This light-flooded contemporary penthouse apartment with wall-to-ceiling windows located in the quite Erich-Weinert-Strasse in Prenzlauer Berg offers flexible living and potential working space close to one of the most popular parts of the city.
Entering the apartment there is a good sized fully fitted bathroom immediately on the left with space for a washing machine. Next to this is a separate room that can be used as a study, office space or bedroom. The main living area has at its heart a modern open-plan kitchen with space to create a sitting and dining area. Here there is also access to the long balcony offering roof-top views across the surrounding area.
The duplex layout connects the ground floor space with a large mezzanine area by means of a simple and elegant glass staircase. There is space for cupboards or wardrobes on the left before opening out into the main upper level, which is currently partitioned to offer both a living and sleeping area. This could easily be removed to create one large open space or formalised to create two separate rooms.
You can see a walk-through video of the apartment here: https://youtu.be/ON-sw801EG8
* Contemporary fitted kitchen
* Fitted bathroom
* Glass staircase
* Large balcony
* Wall to ceiling windows
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This apartment is located in Prenzlauer Berg just a block from the Staatliche Ballettschule Berlin und Schule für Artistik (State Ballet School Berlin and School for the Arts) and close to the World Heritage site of the Berlin Modernist Wohnstadt Carl Legien, built by Bruno Taut in 1929.
It is just 500m (7 minutes walk) from the S-Bahn station at Greifswalder Strasse (S8, 85 and 41/42 ring bahn). At the end of the road there is a tram stop served by the M1 and M4 lines which take you to Alexanderplatz in just 14 minutes.
Head west along Erich-Weinert-Strasse and you cross Prenzlauer Allee and continue on to Schönhauser Allee, the whole area being filled with independent shops, cafes, restaurants and bars, plus attractions such as the Zeiss Planetarium and Children's Museum. Nearby green spaces include the park and lake at Weissensee and Volkspark Prenzlauer Berg.