Built in 1910, this Berliner Altbau is well maintained and boasts a beautiful façade with balconies facing the street. The building features the classic Altbau layout of a front building, side wings and a garden building, wrapped around a green, inner-courtyard. There are 22 flats in total, ranging in size from 1-4 rooms, and mostly featuring solid wooden flooring and ceilings decorated with historical stucco. All apartments above the ground floor in the front building have a street-facing balcony, with the middle flats boasting two balconies.
This 1-bedroom apartment is situated on the third floor, has a living area of 55.4 m² and boasts two large rooms, each with street-facing balconies. The flat in Berlin has been tenanted since 2001 with a current net rental income of EUR 308.46 per month. This equates to an annual income of EUR 3,701.52 and a corresponding yield of 1.58%. The division of declaration is from 2011.
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This flat is located right in the heart of Friedrichshain, one of Berlin’s most sought-after neighbourhoods. Once simply a workers’ quarter, Friedrichshain has undergone significant development and is now renowned for its creative and trendy atmosphere. This property is situated just around the corner from the beloved Boxhagener Platz or ‘Boxi’, the prominent meeting point in the district which hosts a weekly farmer’s and flee market. The surrounding streets are filled with trendy cafés, restaurants, bars, ice-creameries and shops, offering countless options to meet with friends and lending the neighbourhood it’s colourful and bohemian charm.
Public transport connections to the rest of Berlin are fantastic. The M10 and M21 tram lines run close by, and the closest U-Bahn station Samariterstrasse is just 550m away. From here it’s a 7 minute ride on the underground U5 line to reach Berlin’s city centre, and large train station, Alexanderplatz.