Built at the end of the nineteenth century, this classical Berliner Altbau features 15 apartments, spread over the front, garden and side wing buildings, warpped around a traditional, green inner-courtyard. The attic floor of this five story building will be developed into modern penthouse apartments. The building still features its classical stucco decoration. Many of the windows have been replaced with high-quality glass insulating windows, and the remaining windows have traditional wooden frames.
This 2-bedroom apartment is spread over a spacious 122 sqm and features a separate kitchen and a balcony. The apartment has been tenanted since 1986 and with a current net rental income of 523.32 EUR per month. This equates to an annual income of 6,279.84 EUR. The division of declaration is from 29.05.2012.
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This 2-bedroom apartment in Berlin-Kreuzberg is located down the road from Berlin’s famous Goerlitzer Park, and close to many of the city’s social hotspots. Kreuzberg is indisputably Berlin’s trendiest district. The area is well known for its colourful and vibrant social atmosphere, and very popular for its hip cafés, restaurants and bars. Many cafés and restaurants lie along the Landwehr Canal that runs through Kreuzberg. The banks of the river also provide a perfect spot to relax in the sun and take a break from the bustle of city life. Kreuzberg is home to many of Berlin’s local designers. There are many small, unique shops snuggly dotted throughout its many streets and alleyways.
Transport connections from Kreuzberg are excellent, with U-Bahn station Schoenleinstrasse (U8) within walking distance, and the M29 bus running just around the corner. Total travel time to the city centre (Alexanderplatz) is 25 minutes.
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