Investment in Berlin-Kreuzberg. Spacious 2 bedroom Altbau apartment on the ground floor. *82.26 sqm* Well tenanted, contact us now for more information.
Nestled in an unusually quiet area of Kreuzberg, this spacious 2-bedroom apartment is situated on the fourth floor of a classical Berliner Altbau built in 1900. The apartment has been tenanted since 2008 with a net rental income of EUR 493.56 per month (excluding utilities), equating to an annual income of EUR 5,922.72 per annum. The division of declaration is from 11.12.2012.
Kreuzberg is arguably one of the most popular districts in Berlin, renowned for its creative lifestyle and atmosphere. The apartment is situated in Wrangelkietz, just minutes from Goerlitzer park, Paul-Lincke-Ufer (Berlin’s most beautiful canal), and Reichenbergerstrasse.
Public transport connections are good, with the U-Bahn Goerlitzer Station is a ten minute walk away and various bus lines in the surrounding streets.
Considering its sought after location in an area of Berlin which is experiencing continuous growth and popularity, this apartment presents an excellent investment opportunity.
Black Label’s international team can offer advice on all stages of property purchase. Our team speaks fluent English, German, French and Mandarin. We work together with a team of English-speaking lawyers, notaries and mortgage brokers in Berlin, who are at hand to explain the financial and legal process of buying real estate in Germany.
We can provide you with a varied choice of properties to suit your needs - whether you plan to use it yourself or are looking for an investment.
We also offer property management packages for both furnished and unfurnished lettings, as well as a complete design and furnishing service tailored to your style.
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Arguably one of the most popular districts in Berlin, Kreuzberg is renowned for its creative lifestyle and atmosphere. Forsterstrasse is situated in Wrangelkietz, just minutes from 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 Paul-Lincke-Ufer, Berlin’s most beautiful canal. Alongside it you’ll find restaurants with gardens which are beautifully illuminated at night, bars, second-hand shops and many independent craft shops and businesses. Forster is also great for local amenities – there are three supermarkets within walking distance, two pharmacies and two U-Bahn stations (Goerlitzer Bahnhof is a 10-minute walk).
At the corner of the street you’ll find Reichenbergerstrasse, which has many low-lit, old Kreuzberg drinking holes like Café Commune and Mandy’s. Restaurant Bastard is just a five-minute walk away and is fast becoming known as one of the best brunch destinations. 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.