Built in 1900, this historical Altbau is located on the banks of the Landwehr Canal, right in the heart of Berlin’s trendiest district – Kreuzberg. The building is well-maintained and has had restorative work done. Its elegant exterior fits in beautifully in with the neighbouring houses along the river canal.
This 1-bed flat in Berlin has been tenanted since 2011 with a net rental income (excluding utilities) of € 529,97 per month, equating to an annual income of € 6,359.64 and a corresponding yield of 2.16%. The division of declaration is from 2012. If you are interested in buying this flat in Kreuzberg as an investment, please do not hesitate to contact our friendly international team for more information.
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Kreuzberg is undoubtedly Berlin’s trendiest neighbourhood, and the most sought-after location for those who enjoy a vibrant lifestyle. This spacious apartment in Kreuzberg lies right on the banks of the Paul-Linke and Maybach canals, both internationally known for their lively markets, relaxed cafés, trendy boutiques, excellent cocktail bars, popular night clubs, and many more recreational spots. The neighbourhood is well known for its friendly, community atmosphere, that has developed over many centuries. You can expect the value of this popular district in Berlin to continue growing in the coming future.
Public transport connections to Berlin are excellent, with U-Bahn station Kottbusser Tor (U1 and U8) only a few minutes’ walk away, with both lines running directly into the city centre. Many larger roads also make traveling from one side of town to the other exceedingly easy.