This vacant one-bedroom 65 sqm approx. third-floor Altbau apartment boasts high ceilings and some beautiful original stucco details, forming part of this five-storey residential building built around the turn of the 20th century. The apartment enjoys stripped wooden floors throughout.
With all rooms leading from the entrance hallway, on your immediate left through the front door you have the shower room/WC followed by the kitchen, ready for re-fitting by the new owner and with a window facing out over the rear of the building.
At the end of the corridor on either side are two rooms - one facing out towards Viktoriapark and the other towards the rear of the building which can be used either as living room or bedroom or two bedrooms if a flat share is being considered.
The division declaration for the building dates from 2013. The building is currently being renovated. This will include the front and rear facade, communal entrance hall and staircase, cellar storage spaces and communal rear garden.
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This historic listed Altbau building was the home of leading founding SPD politician and Reichstag member Ignaz Auer, who lived on the first floor of the building from 1890-1900. The apartment served as the party headquarters in Berlin and is commemorated by a bronze plaque by the entrance door.
Katzbachstraße is located directly between the two large green open spaces of Park am Gleisdreieck and Viktoriapark. The very popular Bergmannkiez, with its diverse range of bars, cafes, independent shops and renown food market is within walking distance.
Transport infrastructure is first class. The S and U-Bahn station at Yorckstrasse is just a few minutes away across Gleisdreieck, or cross Viktoriaprk to Mehringdamm to pick up the U6 or U7 subway lines. The city A100 ring-road is also just a few minutes away by car.