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Between Helmholtz and Gleimkiez, Prenzlauer Berg: Factory loft, approx. 139 m², underfloor heating, balcony 10437 Berlin

  • Next Estate IDST106
  • Kind of propertyApartment
  • Postcode10437
  • DistrictPrenzlauer Berg
  • Floor Level1
  • Size139 sqm
  • Room1
  • BalconyYes
  • ElevatorBuilding elevator
  • Purchase price945.000 €
  • External Commission3,57 % incl. 19 % VAT
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Property description

Between Helmholtz and Gleimkiez, Prenzlauer Berg: Factory loft with approximately 139 m², underfloor heating, balcony, and historical details. Nestled among the surrounding buildings and accessed from Schönhauser Allee, the former Bacigalupo barrel organ factory boasts a well-maintained brick facade in a protected courtyard location. The complex was built around 1908 and was used as a barrel organ factory until 1978. From 2008 to 2009, the building underwent extensive renovation and was divided into a total of 23 residential/commercial units. Through the enclosed front building, you enter the planted and well-kept courtyard, which also provides space for bicycles. The loft offered here is located on the 1st floor and is accessible via the staircase as well as a step-free lift. Spacious ceiling heights and the massive concrete ceilings typical of historical factory buildings, combined with high-quality parquet flooring, large windows, and historic tiles, create a distinctive loft atmosphere. This unit, spanning an open-plan 136 m², offers versatile use. Loft enthusiasts as well as small families will find it appealing. The large space can be transformed into a 3-room apartment. The east-facing living area offers plenty of space to set up a large seating area, home cinema, and office. The fitted kitchen is kept in simple white and offers ample space for cooking with friends and family. In addition to the integrated kitchen in the living area, there is room for a large dining table. The area of the loft facing the courtyard and westwards is ideal for the sleeping area. The large bathroom with shower and bathtub, as well as the guest toilet, complete this spacious loft. A large wardrobe easily fits in the entrance area of the loft. Durable parquet flooring with underfloor heating is laid throughout the apartment. The double-glazed windows, as well as the efficient heating system newly installed in 2023, contribute to good energy efficiency. The loft comes with a cellar compartment. The permitted use of the property as a residential and/or commercial space is specified in the land register.

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Loft in former organ factory

Approx. 139 m²

Remodeling: Up to 3 rooms possible

Spacious ceiling height

Solid construction

Historical turquoise tiles in living area

Large insulated glass windows: Ideal insulation and maximum natural light

Highquality parquet flooring

Underfloor heating in all rooms

Balcony facing east

Bathroom with tub and shower with highquality fixtures

Guest toilet with hand basin

Entrance area with space for a large wardrobe

East/west orientation

Fitted kitchen with appliances

Cellar room (exclusive usage right)

Building and unit renovation from 200809

Courtyard location

New heating system: Installed in 2023

Ideal connection to public transportation: SBahn/UBahn Schönhauser Allee, various tram stops

Residential and/or commercial use specified in the land register

Location description

The Schönhauser Allee extends from Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz through the entire Prenzlauer Berg. The loft offered here is nestled amidst the Gleim, Arnim, and Helmholtzkiez neighborhoods: Practically at the doorstep lies the U- and S-Bahn station Schönhauser Allee, along with its diverse shopping opportunities in the Schönhauser Allee Arcaden, as well as optimal access to public transportation. Immediately behind it, the popular neighborhoods of Prenzlauer Berg line up. From institutions like the Hokey Pokey ice cream parlor in the Stargarder Kiez, the picturesque cafes of Helmholtzkiez, to the renowned weekly market at Kollwitzplatz, the vibrant life of Prenzlauer Berg unfolds in all its richness. Gastronomic diversity meets cozy bars and colorful shops. To the north, Pankow seamlessly connects with its green parks such as Schlosspark, Bürgerpark, and easily accessible lakes. In addition, there is a comprehensive infrastructure with shopping facilities for daily needs, schools, kindergartens, and doctors in close proximity. The connection to public transportation is provided by the U- and S-Bahn station Schönhauser Allee, as well as numerous tram lines on Schönhauser Allee and Bornholmer Straße.