Reached by a historic, spacious staircase or convenient elevator, this is a unique upper floor apartment in a grand Gründerzeit old building. Elegance is its defining characteristic: stylishly decorated, its ivory walls with stucco details and warm-hued wooden floors fuse old charm and contemporary design.
The heart of the property is a refined but welcoming living and dining area, bathed in daylight streaming through the large windows. The kitchen is fully equipped and furnished, blending effortlessly into the interior. The custom-made kitchen worktop and Siemens electrical appliances make preparing food for even the least culinary-inclined individual a joyful experience. The master bedroom faces out to the quiet backyard and a further room in the front section of the property can be utilized just how you please–converted to another bedroom, office space, or hobby room, completely at your leisure.
Kreuzberg is home to some of Berlin’s most iconic landmarks and institutions, and living in this area many can be reached on foot for weekend excursions or cultural escapades. Kreuzberg is one of Berlin’s most popular and sought-after areas to live in, and for good reason; it’s a hub of trendy restaurants, curated pop-up stores, quirky cafes, and a vast array of art galleries. Living in this apartment offers a life experiencing Berlin’s treasures to their fullest.