Sold in rented condition
Very well-preserved Altbau
Very popular residential area
Excellent local infrastructure
Termination of current tenants’ contract for personal use only possible 10 years after purchase of the property
The beautifully ornamental and well-proportioned façade welcomes both residents and visitors alike to the house, built in 1907. With its typical stucco embellishments, the property is part of a building tradition that wanted to create practical yet attractive homes. This desire lives on, with apartments in Altbau buildings as popular as ever, especially when they are combined with the right amount of contemporary comfort, just as they are here. Spacious, bright rooms with high ceilings, large windows and many preserved original elements make this a wonderful home.
The first time you enter this rented and family-friendly Altbau apartment, you will be impressed by its generosity! The gallery hallway leads from the entrance along two apartment wings that seem even larger than they are. They make the balance between communal living and individual retreat opportunities possible. It is particularly nice that a bedroom is adjoined by another room that is suitable for small children and can later be used as a walk-in wardrobe. With a kitchen suitable for social use and two other large rooms, this apartment offers enough space for everyone to unfold, and is a wonderful investment opportunity.
Nestled between the picturesque Landwehr canal and Hasenheide park, some say that Graefekiez presents the best of Kreuzberg, with a shot of Charlottenburg thrown in for good measure. The picturesque rows of houses, dominated by richly decorated Altbau buildings, radiate contentment and relaxation, though you are never too far from Kreuzberg’s nightlife. With a lot of water and greenery nearby, such as the Urbanhafen and Admiralsbrücke, small local boutiques, as well as bars and restaurants to suit every taste, this small, tranquil neighbourhood offers a variety like nowhere else in the city centre.