This beautiful Altbau was built around 1900 and special care has been taken to preserve its original style. Built in the typical Berlin construction style, this Altbau consists of a front building, two side wings and two rear wings, connected by two leafy, green inner-courtyards. There are 42 renovated flats in total, as well as a commercial unit in the ground floor. All the apartments have characteristic high ceilings decorated with stucco, solid wooden flooring or parquet flooring, and wood panel doors. Apartments in the front building have lovely, street-facing balconies, providing the perfect spot to relax and enjoy the view over the green surroundings.
This 1-bed flat in Berlin is situated on the ground floor and has a living area of 49.44 m². This flat has been tenanted since 1992 with a current net rental income of EUR 191.33 per month. This equates to an annual income of EUR 2,295.96 and a corresponding yield of 1.18%. The division of declaration is from 2011.
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This 1-bed flat is located on Winsstrasse, a lovely tree-lined street in Berlin’s Prenzlauer Berg district. An abundance of cafés, restaurants, bars and interesting shops in the immediate vicinity attract locals and visitors alike, establishing a trendy, little hub right outside your door. Around the corner at Kollwitzplatz, there is a bi-weekly farmers market that takes place on Thursdays and Saturdays, where you can buy beautiful flowers and fresh fruit and vegetables from regional traders.
This area of Berlin is rich with green parks and spaces. A short walk will take you to Volkspark Friedrichshain, one of the city’s most beloved parks for sports, jogging, or enjoying a relaxing picnic with family and friends, and an outdoor cinema is set up here during the summer months. Prenzlauer Berg is above all very relaxed and family-friendly. This neighbourhood around the water tower at Kollwitzplatz is a popular spot for children to play whilst mothers sip on café lattes.
Public transport connections to the rest of Berlin are great thanks to a number of tram lines in the parallel streets (M2, M4 and 50). The M2 takes you directly to Alexanderplatz (city centre) in five minutes, where you can then access various multiple subway lines, inner-city and regional train lines.