Located in a highly sought-after area of Berlin, this charming Altbau in Solmstrasse was built in the late nineteenth century and features a beautiful, stucco-decorated façade. The building has an impressive entrance hall with numerous stucco elements and the original ceiling painting. There are 28, spacious flats in total, spread across the front building, side wings and garden building. Additionally, there is a sunny and leafy, inner-courtyard.
The apartments maintain their characteristic Altbau feel thanks to high ceilings with stucco, and wooden paneled doors with historically detailed decoration. The attic floor in the front building has been developed into penthouses with lovely, sunny conservatories.
This 1-bedroom flat Berlin is situated on the fifth floor and has a living area of 47.7 m². This flat in has been tenanted since 1992 with a current net rental income of EUR 272.44 per month. This equates to an annual income of EUR 3,269.28 and a corresponding yield of 1.87%. The division of declaration is from 2012.
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Arguably one of the most popular districts in Berlin, Kreuzberg is renowned for its creative lifestyle and atmosphere. This flat in Solmsstraße is superbly located in one of Kreuzberg’s nicest areas, just around the corner from the beloved Bergmannkiez neighbourhood. Bergmannstrasse is bustling with trendy cafés, international restaurants, specialty shops, small boutiques and so on. There is also a fresh food market hall at Marheinekeplatz. Kreuzberg’s popular Viktoria Park is just a short walk away, the perfect green retreat from the busy city, and a lovely spot to have a picnic by the waterfall.
Public transport connections are fantastic with Gneisenaustrasse U7-Bahn station just metres away, and Mehringdamm U6-Bahn station also just a short walk away. Additionally there are a number of bus lines running nearby, ensuring that you can travel quickly and efficiently through Berlin with ease. Travel time to Potsdamer Platz is 15 mins, to Alexanderplatz is 25 mins, and to the Ku’Damm is 20 mins.