Balcony with a view of the green courtyard
General renovation (new bathroom, heating, electrical, etc.)
Freshly sanded & sealed floorboards
In the quiet side wing
Top location in the Westphalian Quarter
While the Westfälisches Viertel is bustling with activity, Elberfelder Strasse 30 is a somewhat quieter address. The Altbau, built around 1900, consists of a front building and a side wing and welcomes residents and visitors with its well-kept facade in soft beige and an impressive staircase. Once you have had your fill of the original tiles, along with the newly repaired wall decorations and stucco ornaments, you can access the redesigned inner courtyard, which can also be accessed from the 1- to 4-bedroom apartments. These apartments have been expertly renovated. Special attention was paid to preserving the charming Altbau character, which can be seen not only from the carefully stripped and oiled, richly decorated entrance doors, but also from the sanded, newly sealed floorboards and well-preserved stucco ceilings. Meanwhile, new gas-floor heating, radiators, cords, electrics, and bathroom tiles and plumbing fixtures, bring modern comfort to this Altbau. In addition, each unit has a balcony or terrace where you can enjoy the view over Elberfelder Strasse or the quiet courtyard, depending on the orientation of the apartment.
Here you only need to unpack your boxes and furnish the almost 59 square meters according to your personal tastes and preferences, because this 1-bedroom apartment on the quiet side wing welcomes you in a general renovated condition. New tiles, electrical and radiators provide contemporary comfort, while the sanded and carefully sealed floorboards preserve the coveted Altbau charm. In addition to the living room and the bedroom, the thoughtfully cut 1-bedroom wonder also boasts a balcony, a new shower room, a compact kitchen and a hallway equipped with practical niches.
Where can you find a perfectly composed symphony of city and life? Perhaps in the Westphalian Quarter in Moabit. Here, on the edge of the Spree, between Turmstrasse and Bundesratufer, carefully renovated Wilhelminian-style buildings welcome new residents. Restaurants with diverse menus await hungry visitors and well-tended green spaces and waterways attract fresh-air-loving explorers. Meanwhile, a few streets away, a colorful cultural scene opens up, led by a wide variety of cultures and young creatives. The Westphalian Quarter offers a vibrant mix of relaxed neighborhood life and urban pace, subtle trendiness and tradition.