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Stunning duplex apartment in a historic building, Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin, Germany

1,790,000 €
8,173 € /m²
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  • Total area
    219 m²
  • Bedrooms
  • Bathrooms
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    Annual price per sqm growth by 5 — 10%*

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    Location with high rental demand

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    The #1 city for property investment in 2021 according to PWC*

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    Market stability during the crisis

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  • Total rooms: 4
  • 5-floor building
  • 1 floor
  • Built in 1833
  • Balcony or terrace

The apartment has the imposing architecture of the 19th century goes hand in hand with the technical standard of today. As soon as you enter this extraordinary object you will be welcomed by the attractively designed green spaces and the historic clinker brick facade.

Ready to move in July 2021.


The entrance area of the apartment is located on the first floor and is equipped with practical built-in cupboards with plenty of storage space. The transition to the living/dining room with open plan kitchen, the heart of this maisonette apartment, is fluently designed. In addition to the living room there is a small guest room upstairs, the guest bathroom with shower, a child/study and access to the large 28 m² south-facing terrace.

The stairs lead to the basement. Here the living room continues and offers a quiet place to relax. The library is made to measure and blends in skilfully with the room. The open room design is continued in the basement: Thus the bedroom is separated from the main space only by a glass wall. From here one can directly access the spacious dressing room with built-in wardrobes. To the master bathroom with double washbasin, walk-in shower, bathtub and toilet can be entered both from the main space and from the dressing room.


  • Cellar
  • Heritage-protected house
  • Storage room
  • Fitted kitchen from Hacker with Bosch/Miele appliances
  • High quality oak parquet in the living rooms
  • Numerous built-in cabinets
  • Floor heating
  • Windows, sound insulation class 4 and burglary protection


Running along the border between Mitte and Prenzlauer Berg and surrounded by Kollwitzplatz, Scheunenviertel, Zionskirchplatz, Kastanienallee and Rosenthaler Platz, the residential area is undoubtedly one of the hotspots of the whole of Berlin: in the immediate are beautiful promenades with countless cafés, weekly markets, restaurants, bars, boutiques and other small stores await you to feel good. The famous Mauerpark, the Volkspark am Weinberg or the Kulturbrauerei are also within walking distance and invite you to take wonderful walks. Primary and secondary schools are also in the direct neighborhood. The connection to public transportation is ideally given by the subway station in front of the house.

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Our local team at Tranio in Germany will take up property management or recommend professional German partners.

The terms and conditions of our engagement depend on the condition and location of the property and are to be discussed in each particular case.

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