This 108-sqm apartment in a modernized factory building from the 19th century, in the middle of a lovingly landscaped green area in Prenzlauer Berg, is truly unique. Every detail has been brought to life with the utmost care. The walls partly reveal the historic brickwork and provide a rustic flair. The characteristic round arches of the windows have been preserved and extended to floor-length, which together with the up to four-meter-high ceilings create an open feeling of space. This highlights the factory character of the building, which in combination with the elegant and modern interior creates a stunning contrast. Room-high sliding doors, a free-standing bathtub, the finest Italian glass mosaic and a high-end fitted kitchen from SieMatic are just some of the features that make this apartment on the 3rd floor an extraordinary design object. The floor plan also provides a sense of spaciousness: the entrance leads directly to the living area with balcony, which opens onto the kitchen with dining room. There is also a powder room in the hallway. The private area in the other half of the apartment boasts a bedroom with dressing room and large master bathroom.
Ceiling-height, premium SieMatic fitted kitchen
Large corner balcony
Modern design touches
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.