Located on a generous, unspoilt, public green area and in the immediate vicinity of Tempelhofer Feld park, this attractive building makes a wonderfully relaxing home. Built in 1910, this is a classically-stylish Altbau, its freshly-renovated façade gleaming white and simple details, such as the neoclassical columns on the balconies, lending the property a certain elegance. This tasteful simplicity continues inside, and the apartments are practically laid out, with wooden flooring, high ceilings and large windows adding space and light.
Even back in the day, when Neukölln was still called Rixdorf, the area was considered a magnet for all those with a pronounced sense of creativity and a youthful joie de vivre. Neukölln is the place in Berlin where abundant cultural influences come together. In the north of the district this manifests as a breezily hedonistic culture, with an energetic desire for experimentation. It is this energy which makes the district so popular for more and more Berliners, not to mention a laissez-faire life in the fresh air. Hardly any other place in Berlin offers such varied green spaces - from vast Tempelhofer Feld to joyful Hasenheide, from ornate Körnerpark to the rugged canal banks. Neukölln can be quite idyllic - and also right in the middle of the action.