As soon as you enter the pretty Altbau, dating from 1906, you notice the small, charming details, like decorative tiling and stained-glass windows in the hallways and courtyard. This is a typical Berlin Altbau, with high ceilings, wooden floors and a general sense of space, history and comfort. The façade has been freshly painted, and the green courtyard completely redesigned, with a generous lawn, sunlit seating areas and foliage-shaded banks tempting you outside. The apartments, ranging in size from a compact 42 to a more spacious 98 sqm, are ideal for singles or couples, and most apartments have a balcony.
A relaxed neighbourhood with lots of open space, Konrad-Wolf-Strasse lies directly opposite the Sportforum, Berlin's training centre for top-level athletes. Built in 1954, the Sportforum was where future Olympic champions trained during the Communist era, and it remains dedicated to all aspects of sport. Although located in Lichtenberg, Konrad-Wolf-Strasse lies in close proximity to both Prenzlauer Berg and Friedrichshain, two of Berlin’s most popular districts, and easily accessible thanks to the city’s extensive tram network. This is developing into an ideal location, with a lot of room for development for the young, and young at heart.