Boasting almost 75 sqm of living space, this exquisite apartment in a beautifully renovated, turn-of-the-twentieth-century apartment building combines peace and tranquility with unbeatable centrality. Kathe-Niederkirchner-Strasse, located in Berlin's cove
Boasting almost 75 sqm of living space, this exquisite apartment in a beautifully renovated, turn-of-the-twentieth-century apartment building combines peace and tranquility with unbeatable centrality.
Kathe-Niederkirchner-Strasse, located in Berlin's coveted Botzow neighborhood, links Greifswalder Strasse with Am Friedrichshain and Friedrichshain's municipal park. The charms of Hufelandstrasse, which include trendy cafes, restaurants and designer boutiques, are right around the corner. Central Berlin, Gendarmenmarkt and Alexanderplatz are all just around 2 km away.
This stunning apartment, set in the front section of a classic, turn-of-the-twentieth-century Art Nouveau residential ensemble, has been exquisitely renovated and its historical details lovingly restored. The building has also been fitted with elevators. Floor-to-ceiling windows and ceiling heights of 2.80 meters, indicative of Berlin's period apartment buildings, perfectly complement the interior's generous feeling of space.
The apartment features an open, premium, fitted kitchen from SieMatic which, in combination with the coordinated island, is an absolute eye-catcher. The bathroom is fitted with Villeroy & Boch ceramics and timeless porcelain stoneware tiles. The spacious bedroom opens out onto the inviting loggia.
- Exquisitely renovated, turn-of-the-twentieth-century building
- Floor-to-ceiling windows and balcony
- Premium SieMatic kitchen
- Bathroom with Villeroy & Boch ceramics and porcelain stoneware tiles
It is one of the most popular residential areas in Berlin: Prenzlauer Berg. It attracts first and foremost young people and families and with about 157,000 inhabitants in an area of just under eleven square kilometers, it is placed among the most densely populated districts in Berlin. The streets are busy with prams and buggies Â- excellent infrastructure and the many facilities available for babies and children are what particularly appeal to young families. In addition, the residential atmosphere is especially beautiful in the district: It has the largest area of Wilhelminian style period buildings in Germany, and features many charming squares and streets.However, Prenzlauer Berg is not only popular with its inhabitants, but it is a tourist magnet too. Numerous cafes, bars, and restaurants, as well as clubs, galleries, and theaters, attract inhabitants and visitors. Especially the residential areas around Kollwitzplatz and Helmholtzplatz belong to the most favored spots. To meet the consistently high demand for residential properties, the very last plots are being filled and exclusive residential project developments are in development.