1 bedroom flat for sale
Germany - Berlin, Berlin
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This is picture-perfect Kreuzberg – timelessly beautiful historic buildings line the broad street, which leads directly to lush vegetation. Since it ends in a cul-de-sac, the car traffic at this end of the street is largely limited to neighbourhood residents. In the middle of this ensemble of nineteenth-century buildings, edged by high old trees, this building stands out with its decorative gable roof.
The smooth lines of the cornices are rounded out by tasteful ornamentation and new balcony lattices. Large windows and balconies – where you can really relax in this idyllic area – give the building a bright, friendly character. These are also emphasised by the typical historic details in the building’s interior.
The continued popularity of nineteenth-century buildings proves that they are also suitable for modern life. That’s because the solid walls, built to last for centuries, give you security and the feeling that these walls that have witnessed so much life better enable you to find your own rhythm of life.
That’s why these flats can be renovated and tailored to suit you – either now or later, if you first want to simply enjoy your new home.
The clear floor plans that old buildings are known for have long since been adapted. And no further proof is necessary that open floor plans and alternative room concepts are also possible in nineteenth-century buildings. The flats on Reichenberger Strasse, with their high ceilings and practical floor plans, are an open invitation for creativity. This means that no-one has to miss out on the charm of typical turn-of-the-century buildings.
old building fr om 1885
complete refurbishment in 1994/95
for sale as is
plastered in parts
floorboards, parquet or laminate in parts
12 apartments 2 commercial units
2 attic apartments
living space from 38 to 113 sqm
1- to 3-room-apartments
with a balcony
purchase prices from 178,020.00 EUR
The small district of Kreuzberg is located in the centre of Berlin, along the southern banks of the Spree. However, it is only ‘small’ in terms of area; its significance as a cultural trendsetter and a hub for musicians, film makers and artists cannot be overestimated. In Kreuzberg, cultural diversity is more evident than in most Berlin districts. This isn’t only because so many Berlin residents come from other countries, it’s also because culturally active new Berliners see Kreuzberg as the perfect place to be creative.
During the era of the Berlin Wall, thanks to the neighbourhood’s peninsular position surrounded by East Berlin, urban subcultures have particularly thrived here. And they continue to do so today, though Kreuzberg has long since returned to its central position in the German capital. The versatile infrastructure of the neighbourhood, with its bars, shops and markets, is punctuated with idyllic residential streets. That’s another reason why Kreuzberg is a place wh ere it is so easy to be in the middle of it all but still enjoy peaceful, family-friendly and green surroundings.
- Tempelhof (International), 4.7 miles
- Tegel (International), 7.8 miles
- Schönefeld (International), 17.8 miles
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