The apartment is located in a house built in 1927 – 1937 years by the architect Fritz Beyer and recognized as a monument of architecture that provides special tax benefits. Stucco three-story house of brick is covered with a tiled roof and maintained in good condition.
The advantage of this apartment is a large sunny balcony overlooking the lake. On the other side of the windows overlook a quiet green courtyard, more like a small square. From the windows you can see the church of St. Mary's, neo-Gothic architectural monument of the early twentieth century.
The apartment bestows a large cellar (an area of about 20 square meters). You can not only store things or bicycles, but also use this space for other purposes, such as a warehouse or workshop.
Utility costs 221.59 euros/ month (incl. central heating)
Entrance to the apartment leads into a spacious hallway (about 5 m²). To the left of the entrance there is a bathroom (about 5 m²) with a window and a place for a full bath.
The next room — a spacious bright kitchen (about 8 m²) with a small storage area and built-in suite. There is also a room for a sofa and breakfast table.
From a large room (about 15 m²) you can get to the second room (about 13 m²), which can be used as a bedroom.
Large double doors lead to a spacious balcony (about 4 m²). There is a place for drying clothes and furniture for a comfortable rest.
The apartment was recently repaired and has been mantained in an excellent condition. The floor is covered with high quality dark laminate, which gives the apartment a particularly rich look. In the sale price are included: built-in kitchen, bar table, a wall, three sofa beds, wardrobe. There is cable TV and intercom.
The apartment is free and ready for you to move in.
It is expected that after the transfer of the existing airport to another part of the city demand for apartments in the area greatly increase, which will provide a significant increase in property prices.
Location and nearby objects
Neighborhood where the apartment is located, is recognized as an architectural monument. It is part of Reinickendorf — an area in the north-western part of Berlin, with a population of approx. 250 thousand. Reinickendorf is rich in forests, parks and lakes. But there is all the necessary infrastructure: shops, a variety of service enterprises, cafes, restaurants, pharmacies and doctors'offices. For families with children there are kindergartens, schools and gymnasiums. In the center of the quarter there is a large lake with a well-maintained coastal zone.
Near the house there is underground line U8 Residenzstrasse. There are direct connections to the stop Alexanderplatz (center east of the city) and to the stop Zoologischer Garten (the center of the western part of the city) with one change in 18 minutes. For cars there are convenient ways both in the center and the motorway.