Bright Vacant Studio Apartment In Trendy Sought After Neighbourhood

€ 130,000

Property Specification

Ref: BB446
Price per m²: € 4,802
Size: 27m²
Floor: 3
Rooms: 1
Bedrooms: 0
Bathrooms: 1
Type: Apartment
Status: Vacant
Year Built: 1906

Studio Apartment in Neukölln


• The Building in the last years was separated into single apartments and individual land registers exist. • The house, built in 1906, was gradually renovated, well maintained and all old style elements (banisters and apartment doors) were renovated. • All stairwells and main entrance areas, as well as the green inner courtyard are very well maintained. • The property is 27.07 square meters and has a large living space. • With its high ceilings, large windows and semi-arches above the windows, the apartment features typical and charming elements of an old building. • The well-lit kitchen with large window floods the room with light throughout the room. Also located here are the connections for a washing machine. • The modern tiled bathroom has a walk-in shower. With two windows the room is very bright. • The living area is fitted with light beech laminate. Two large insulated glazed windows let the rooms flood with lots of light.

About Neukölln, Berlin

The S-Bahn and subway station Hermannstraße can be reached in 4 minutes on foot. Supermarkets (Kaiser & Netto) pharmacies, banks, countless late-night shops, doctors and dentists are all within 150 meters. The Tempelhof airport grounds (perfect for jogging) and the Körnerpark are just around the corner. Of course, there are nice pubs and cafes, as typically Neukölln, everywhere. Berlin Neukölln is located in the inner S-Bahn ring of Berlin and thus belongs to the core area of ​​Berlin. Here, life pulsates and the trade with numerous shops and a perfect transport connection you do not need a car to be mobile. In this lively, central neighborhood, which is lined with attractive old buildings inspiring the stucco decorations with its high ceilings. Chosen since 2008 with the title "Place of Diversity", the district of Neukölln is undergoing constant change and today more popular than ever before. It does not follow a trend, but is still a new attraction for numerous vintage shops, trendy bars, cafes and also offers numerous leisure oases such as the Tempelhof field, the Britzer garden or the Körner Park. In the north urban shaped by Wilhelminian architecture, it is even green, quiet and captivates in its southern outskirts by settlement character. The neighbourhood is well connected to the public transport network by the underground line U7, the numerous bus lines and the highway only about five minutes away.