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Spacious Beletage apartment with a charming atmosphere in Kollwitz Kiez: 4 rooms, eat-in kitchen, 2 bathrooms, guest toilet, balcony 10435 Berlin, Prenzlauer Berg

  • Next Estate IDGX684
  • Type of useHousing
  • Type of commercializationPurchase
  • Post code10435
  • CityBerlin, Prenzlauer Berg
  • DistrictPrenzlauer Berg
  • House fees520 €
  • Property typeFlat
  • Floor Level1
  • Size163 sqm
  • Room5
  • BalconyYes
  • Purchase price1.790.000 €
  • External Commission3,57 % incl. 19 % VAT
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Spacious Beletage apartment with a charming atmosphere in Kollwitz Kiez: 4 rooms, eat-in kitchen, 2 bathrooms, guest toilet, balcony The apartment offered here is a real rarity in the neighborhood: Located on the 1st floor of the front building, the rooms extend into the quiet side wing. On about 163 m², the spacious rooms impress with their extraordinary ceiling height and wonderful classic building details such as coffered doors, brass fittings and stucco. In the course of the renovation, the room layout was adapted and 4 separately usable rooms, a large living room with open kitchen, two bathrooms, a guest toilet and a balcony were created. The lush green apartment door leads you to the entrance area of the apartment. The two rooms facing the street can be entered directly from here. The large room on the left side opens through a double door to the second, smaller room, where there is a loft bed with five square meters of space and a height to the ceiling of one and a half meters. The use of the room can be varied by the new owners. Currently, the two rooms are used as a living room and bedroom. The guest toilet is located at the end of the entrance area. On the right side then goes off the large eat-in kitchen with French window. Located in the so-called Berlin room, the apartment here leads into the side wing of the building. A second hallway leads to the two daylight bathrooms. One is equipped with a tub and shower. The second bathroom has a large walk-in shower. Passing the second apartment door - with access to the side wing staircase, beautifully designed with brick on the walls - you reach the two other rooms. The smaller of the two rooms has a beautiful view of the dreamy courtyard. The large room at the end of the hallway is a real highlight: the retrofitted, south-facing very large windows look directly into the greenery of the Jewish cemetery. From the window, foxes, squirrels and even birds of prey can be observed. In summer the foliage of the trees protects from heat and in winter you can enjoy direct sunlight. The west-facing balcony is also directly adjacent to the room. The living rooms have parquet flooring throughout, and the walls are spackled and painted white. Both bathrooms are laid out with small-format, beige limestone tiles. The apartment has a storage room in the basement. Looking at the simple facade of the historic building one would not suspect that a splendid entrance area and wonderful apartments with many historic building details hide behind the entrance door. The building was divided and projected into condominiums in 2001. The common property as well as the individual apartments have been redesigned and brought up to contemporary standards in the course of renovation in the following years. The building consists of 14 residential units distributed between the front building and a side wing. Opened to the Jewish cemetery, the inner courtyard hides a green oasis with a wonderful incidence of light. The apartment is currently used by the owners and will vacant by arrangement.


- 1st floor front building, old building - approx. 163 m² - 4 separate rooms - large living room with open kitchen - 2 daylight bathrooms - 1 guest toilet - South/west-facing balcony - stately ceiling height - Hostoric building details: stucco, historic fittings, coffered doors - Parquet flooring in all living rooms - Travertine tiles in the bathrooms - Unique location in the Kollwitz Kiez with view of the Jewish cemetery - Storage in the basement


Nestled between the Helmholtzkiez, Winsviertel and Kastanienallee / Oderberger Straße, the Kollwitzkiez shows Prenzlauer Berg at its best. Wonderful promenades with countless cafés, restaurants, bars, ice-cream parlours, boutiques and other small shops create a charming, lively residential atmosphere to feel good in. Cultural opportunities in the direct neighbourhood are manifold. Thanks to various galleries, the Kulturbrauerei, the Mauerpark, plenty of playgrounds and the popular weekly market on Kollwitzplatz, there are diverse and varied opportunities for leisure activities. Numerous supermarkets, organic food stores and drugstores are within walking distance and guarantee a convenient supply of everyday products. Optimal public transport connections round off the location. The nearby underground and suburban railway stations as well as tram lines are only a few minutes' walk away.

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