Terrace and garden plot
Stripped wooden floorboards
Newly redesigned courtyard
Built in 1911, this is a classic period property, composed of a front building, garden house and side wing. Balconies, bay windows and loggias form part of the beautiful and simple façade, which was renovated in 2018. This renovation also included the redesign of the courtyard and the building’s interior. Brick by brick, the property is solidly built, and features decorative stucco embellishments. The typical high ceilings, large windows and wooden flooring add to the charm and comfort of the property, making it a truly desirable place to live. You can choose from apartments ready for occupancy or apartments in the current state, which leaves room for design freedom.
Located on the ground floor of the rear building, this move-in-ready apartment is perfect for those looking for a peaceful retreat from the hectic city. A long hallway leads to a large, airy kitchen which has its own pantry or storage closet. Next to the kitchen is a modern bathroom, which has been immaculately renovated and includes a rain shower. At the end of the hall, you will find a spacious living room which leads out onto a wide terrace and a private garden plot. All the rooms have beautifully finished wooden floorboards, high ceilings, and lots of natural daylight.
With residents from over 150 nations, Neukölln remains an exciting, colourful and surprising district. And with more than 1,000 business start-ups, it has also become an attractive location for young entrepreneurs. You can feel this contrasting coexistence on the streets any time a cork pops, a gallery opens its doors, or you walk into a centuries-old neighbourhood for the first time. Neukölln is a place still moving between long-established tradition and constant change. Yet in the middle of all this commotion, in the historic and sought-after Rixdorf area, Braunschweiger Strasse is a quiet side street, a refuge of peace and tranquillity.