3m high ceilings
Sunny balcony facing the west
Stucco decorated, Wilhelminian style ensemble
Desired neighborhood location
Termination of current tenants’ contract for personal use only possible 10 years after purchase of the property
High ceilings, bay windows, and French doors are just some of the attractive features to be found at Graefestrasse 9, a typical Berlin stucco period building. It consists of a front house, side wing, and garden house, with a courtyard divided into two gardens, that are for the exclusive use of the ground floor apartments. Whilst inhabitants can enjoy all the features and trimmings of a historic building, amenities such as the wiring, heating and pipes have all been replaced and updated to satisfy modern standards. Stairwells were also recently renovated and balconies added in certain places.
An unmissable investment in Berlin’s most exciting district, this rented 1-bedroom apartment offers everything one could need to live well. The long entrance hall leads to every room in the flat, including a large kitchen, an extra storage pantry, and a laundry closet. The living room is spacious and has large windows. The bathroom is also roomy and lit with natural daylight. The bedroom is a cosy retreat and opens up to a petite balcony facing the west, perfect for enjoying the sunset.
Located in a Kiez that takes its name from the very street that the building is on, Graefestrasse in Kreuzberg’s Graefekiez is a unique and highly sought after place to live. Here, Berlin is on your doorstep, with excellent connections to nearby Schöneberg, Mitte, and Neukölln. Here, diversity, culture, and a spirit of fun come together to provide the ideal backdrop for the perfect lifestyle. With the Landwehr Canal, Hasenheide Park, and Templehof airfield nearby, and an underground station just around the corner, life will never be dull.