Built at the end of the nineteenth century, this beautiful Berliner Altbau consists of a front building with nine flats, and inner-courtyard with a lawn. All the flats feature characteristic wooden floors and high ceilings decorated with stucco. The quiet street runs parallel to Goerlitzer Park, which has been lovingly restored in recent years. This particular area is Kreuzberg is home to many heritage protected buildings, thus establishing the neighbourhood’s historical charm.
This 1-bedroom apartment is situated on the fifth floor and has a living area of 65.3 m². This flat in Berlin has been tenanted since 2001 with a current net rental income of EUR 400.85 per month. This equates to an annual income of EUR 4,810.20 and a corresponding yield of 1.85%. The division of declaration is from 2012.
This apartment is tenanted and the current tenant will have long-term protected rights to remain in the apartment after it is sold to a new owner. If you are looking for an apartment for self-use, this property is very likely to be suitable for you. Please see our video explainer to find out more: https://youtu.be/jd3UIKf-h1g.
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Arguably one of the most popular districts in Berlin, Kreuzberg is renowned for its creative lifestyle and atmosphere. Goerlitzer Strasse runs parallel to Berlin’s popular Goerlitzer park. In the summertime many residents enjoy BBQs in the park while live music plays from the concrete platform that was once part of the historical Goerlitzer Bahnhof, before it was destroyed.
The other end of the street meets Berlin’s most beautiful canal. Paul-Lincke-Ufer is a short walk away, where you’ll find restaurants with gardens which are beautifully illuminated at night, bars, second-hand shops, and many independent craft shops and businesses. In the other direction, Wrangelkiez is a popular meeting point thanks to its abundance of restaurants, shops and cafés.
Public transport connections are great with the U-Bahn station Schleisisches Tor just 550m away. One stop further is the larger S and U-Bahn station Warschauer Strasse, which offers fantastic connections to the rest of Berlin.
Kreuzberg is vibrant and international - something abundantly clear to anyone who takes a walk through its lively streets. Living in the area you’ll become part of an eclectic mix of old Berliners, young professionals and creatives from all over the world.