Well-maintained Altbau, dating to 1910
Top location in Neukölln
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.
With a practical layout and excellent location, this 35sqm studio apartment makes the perfect home for students or young professionals, and is freshly renovated. The living/bedroom area has been repainted and is large with bright windows and a wonderful balcony for enjoying the fresh Neukölln air. The spacious bathroom also features natural lighting, and there is a petite but practical kitchen to complete this desirable apartment. Coupled with the typical high ceilings and spaciousness of Altbau apartments, this makes a superb home.
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.