Bright 2-room apartment with elevator and view of the popular Lausitzer Platz in the heart of Kreuzberg. The pictured apartment is located on the 4th floor of a renovated historic building from 1900, located next to Görlitzer Park. The residential unit with a view of Lausitzer Platz extends over approximately 70.5 square meters, has two rooms and is easily accessible via an elevator. The centerpiece is the spacious, daylight-flooded living and dining area, which is equipped with an open as well as functional fitted kitchen. In addition, the apartment has a bedroom, an interior bathroom with walk-in shower and a utility room. The apartment is completed by a charming communal garden in the courtyard and a separate storage room for bicycles in the building. As an extension option, a special right of use to a day-lit basement room in the basement can be acquired. The room has about 55 square meters of usable space, is equipped with a water connection and heating and offers access to the street. Important Information: A special usage right for a 55m² - souterrain - basement unit can be purchased (basis for negatiation)
- 70,5 sqm living space - 2 rooms - 4th floor - Elevator - View on the Lausitzer Platz - Large living-dining area - Floor-to-ceiling windows in bedroom and living room - Parquet flooring - Practical utility room - Built-In kitchen - Bathroom with shower - Communal garden - Cellar compartment To the apartment belongs a special right of usage of a 55m ² - large part-ownership unit, which is ideally acquired on a negotiating basis.
Kreuzberg is probably not only one of the most famous neighborhoods in Berlin, but in all of Germany. Many stories and clichés surround the trendy district. Anyone who has ever been there knows: Kreuzberg is colorful . Young people in particular are drawn here from all parts of Germany and the world. The building is located in a traffic-calmed pedestrian zone directly on Lausitzer Platz. This offers free space for children and adults to stay and move in the fresh air. Not far from the apartment is the historic Markthalle Neun, which offers space for organic and regionally produced food as well as food trends. But not only the countless markets, cafes and restaurants in the area are popular, also the Spreeufer invites you to explore and take long walks. By day, you can watch the hustle and bustle of the fashionable and cultural scene taking place on the streets, in alternative cafes and food manufactories. In the evening and night hours, Berliners from all parts of the city flock to Kreuzberg to enjoy the nightlife. You can escape this hustle and bustle at the various historic sites in the district and see the many sights that Kreuzberg has to offer. Kreuzberg also has a sophisticated infrastructure. Within a few minutes' walk, you can find shopping facilities, daycare centers and schools, medical centers, as well as connections to public transportation throughout the district.