The 2-room apartment with 65.1m² of living space is located on the 7th street (10th and 11th floor) of the architectural building by the famous architect Le Corbusier, which was built in 1957 as part of the "International Exhibition". The special design and planning of the building with a total of 530 flats reflects Le Corbusier's philosophy and concept: a residential complex with spacious flats, covered communal areas, shopping facilities and other features.
The spacious maisonette has a south-facing balcony with a magnificent view on the Teufelsberg. The functional entrance area with storage space for wardrobe and everyday items leads to the open-plan living and kitchen area. A well equipped kitchen with dishwasher, refrigerator and freezer, extractor hood and modern cooker extends halfway across the living area on the 10th floor, while the living and dining area is located directly in front of the panoramic window of the balcony. To the side, the staircase with original and filigree banister leads upstairs to a small hallway that provides access to the bathroom, bedroom, living room and a storage room. The bathroom has underfloor heating, as well as a built-in bathtub, the washing machine is integrated into a niche there as well. Living room and bedroom correspond to the same cut of the floor plan below and offer optimal light conditions due to the south-facing panorama window.
A total of 3 passenger lifts in the foyer ensure speedy and safe passenger transport within the building. The individual floors are marked as streets and lead to the numbered residential units. Mail is delivered directly to the flats. Lockable bicycle parking spaces are located on the floors next to the lifts. Parking spaces for cars are located in the forecourt of the building. There is also a direct connection to the S-Bahn Olympiastadion.
The flat has been rented for an unlimited period since 1.4.2019 for a monthly rent of 630,00€. Monthly advance payments for heating and cold operating costs amount to € 150.00. Notice periods of the tenancy agreement comply with regular legal guidelines.
- Maisonette of 10th and 11th floor
- south facing with balcony and panoramic window
- underfloor heating in the bathroom
- modern fitted kitchen
- small supermarket in the house
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The information in this exposé comes from the seller. We have not checked this information in detail. In particular, the building permit has not been inspected and a check on the information about the living space and the year of construction of the house has not taken place.
The Westend district is one of Berlin's preferred neighbourhood in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf district. Originally planned purely as a colony of villas and artists and named after the posh London district, Westend is one of the best residential areas in Berlin.
Football and athletics events are as much a part of the Westend as concerts in the Olympic Stadium and trade fairs at the nearby Messegelände.
The large number of state, private and international schools makes Westend particularly interesting for families. Good shopping opportunities are offered by small owner-operated shops in Reichstrasse and around Theodor- Heuss-Platz. The Grunewald with Teufelsberg offers opportunities for sports, leisure and recreation in the countryside, as does the nearby Havel River.
The district as a whole has a wide and varied range of gastronomic offerings in various price ranges, and numerous cafés and restaurants can be found around Reichstrasse. Optimal connections to the public transport system are provided by the U-Bahn and S-Bahn station Olympiastadium and the bus connections of the nearby bus station at the Olympiastadium.
The displayed property location is approximate