About this listing
Our flat is located in an old charming house from the year 1876 in "Prenzlauer Berg". As one of the few, the house preserved the charm of the time as the political turn-around in East Germany happened and reflects the life of former East Berlin.
The flat (32sqm) is in the first floor of the side wing and comes with central heating and hot water generation.
The kitchen (with gas cooker) and the corridor are tiled. The living/sleeping room is with timber floor. The bathroom is with tub and shower curtain.
The bed is 180x200 and it is possible to separate the big bed into two single beds (90x200).
The green courtyard brings a feeling of countryside in the city. In and in front of the Souterrain-Shop of the house you can enjoy Mate in many different flavours.
Berlin's attractions, such as the Brandenburg Gate, Hackescher Markt, Reichstag, Museum Island as well as shops, restaurants, cafés are easily reached by foot or public transport.
The ideal own flat for Berlin tourists, night owls or relatives to visit in an urban oasis with nice tenants.
We look forward to seeing you!
Hackesche Höfe (rapid-transit railway) and Alexanderplatz (rapid-transit railway) are within walking distance. The underground line number 2 stops in direct proximity (Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz and Senefelder Platz); several tram lines supplement the traffic route.
Other Things to Note
Arrival with car:
Our area is on-street parking controlled. From Mondays to Saturdays (9am-midnight) parking costs 1Euro/hour. On Sundays and red-letter days parking is free of charge. Unfortunately the senat doesn't give parking vignettes to guests anymore. So we only can refer to a parking house round the corner (Sredzkistrasse, Kulturbrauerei).
We are in an environmental zone. Only passenger cars with an environmental badge are allowed to drive into and park in our area.
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