Historic building, dating to 1886, renovated in 2014-15
Apartment renovated and modernised in 2008
Quiet garden-house location
High ceilings (c. 3.2m) and lots of natural light
Very good transport links and infrastructure
Constructed during in the late 19th century in the Wilheminian style, the residential building at Graefestrasse 9 offers a high quality of life in one of Berlin’s most desirable neighbourhoods. The front of the building presents an attractive, historic stucco façade with white moulding and red bricks.
The elegant apartment, modernised in 2008, features the high ceilings, moulded stucco features and large windows typical for these buildings, and a large, south-east facing balcony. This fourth-floor property offers 75sqm of living space, comprising a large hallway opening into a spacious dining room, a double-bedroom and bright living room. Whilst inhabitants can enjoy all the features and trimmings of a historic building, amenities such as the wiring, heating and plumbing have all been replaced and updated to satisfy modern standards.
The location is unrivalled: situated in a neighbourhood that takes its name from the very street that the building is on, Graefekiez is a unique and highly sought-after place to live. Here, diversity, culture, and a spirit of fun come together to provide the ideal backdrop for the perfect lifestyle. Berlin is on your doorstep, with excellent connections to nearby Schöneberg, Mitte, and Neukölln. With the Landwehr Canal, Hasenheide Park, and Tempelhof airfield nearby, and an underground station just around the corner, life will never be dull.
Needs minor fixes