Quiet, yet in the heart of the city this almost 58-sqm, traditional and charming apartment is situated in the side wing of a period building in the Botzow neighborhood, a popular residential district in Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg. Classic decorative elements, such as exquisite stucco moldings and parquet flooring, combine with typical ceiling heights of up to 2.80 m to lend the apartments their sense of charm and space. This quiet, one-room apartment is located on the ground floor of the side wing and offers attractive views of the property's well-maintained and green courtyard. An intelligent floor plan ensures that this apartment is perfectly suited to the needs of singles or anyone looking for a second home in Germany's capital. The renovated bathroom boasts a shower and bathtub and can be reached via the hallway, next to the practical pantry. Past the bathroom, the hallway leads to the apartment's generous living and dining area, which features a fitted kitchen with brand name appliances. From here, residents have access to the outside terrace. The sleeping area is separated from the living area by a partition wall.
Well-maintained, extensively modernized, period apartment building
Ceramics and fine stoneware tiles in the bathrooms
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 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.