Classic original fittings
Huge design potential
Excellent local infrastructure
Trendy and sought-after neighbourhood
A period property with soul, the house at Anzengruberstrasse 5 is a classic Berlin Altbau. Built in 1910 and freshly renovated, the blend of solid construction and bright, sunny façade welcome you home. The front façade is also adorned with stucco embellishments, adding a gentle air of sophistication to the building. This continues inside, with more stucco detailing, high ceilings, wooden flooring and even a few old-fashioned tile stoves in the apartments. The overall effect is one of comfort and warmth, a real refuge in this bustling neighbourhood.
This unrenovated 1-bedroom apartment is a true diamond in the rough. With a little effort, the well-preserved details of this beautiful old building, such as the wooden floorboards and historic tiled masonry heaters will shine out as the decorative focal points of your new home. The living room, bedroom, and the kitchen offer a lot of space for individual development and division, and there is even a petite balcony. This is an ideal apartment for those looking to design their own dream apartment.
Neukölln is ranked 7th in the world’s trendiest neighbourhoods and strolling along the streets, you can easily see why. This international, multi-cultural district is quite unique and unlike anywhere else in the city. Between youthful creatives, young families, career climbers and Berliners both old and new, there is a harmonious dynamic, a joyous blend of visible change and daily life. Whether you are relaxing by the canal with a coffee and a book, out and about running errands, or planning a night out at one (or several) of Neukölln’s many bars and clubs, there is an infectious energy here. And with several parks close by, including the giant Tempelhofer Feld, there really is everything you might possibly need, right on your doorstep.