- Updated On:
- März 6, 2020
- 1 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
- 45 m2
- Year Built: 1903
Charming old building apartment in the heart of Charlottenburg
The house was built around 1903 and consists of a front building with a side wing and a garden house. It has a total of 38 apartments, which can be accessed via three staircases. In the inner courtyard there is an idyllic small green area, which offers besides numerous flowers and other plant species also various parking possibilities for bicycles. The entire ensemble was comprehensively modernised and renovated in the 90 ́er years. It is heated over a gas central heating and the entire object is in a up-to-date good and maintained condition. The charming 1.5 room apartment with small kitchen and bath is located on the 3rd floor of the transept. It has still some typical old building elements such as removed floorboards and cassette doors and was renovated by the current owner with much love to the detail. The energy certificate for this building, which is mainly heated with natural gas, is a requirement certificate. It has a final energy requirement of 131.1 kWh/(m²a).
All facts at a glance
- free to move in according to agreement
- 1,5 rooms
- approx. 45 square meters
- well-kept condition
- 4th floor
- gas central heating
- Housing benefit: 161 Euro per month
- Commission: 7.14% of the sales price inclusive VAT.
Kaiser-Friedrich-Straße in Berlin’s Charlottenburg district runs from Charlottenburg Palace in the north to the Charlottenburg S-Bahn station on Stuttgarter Platz in the south. The house with the number 47 is located in the middle between Pestalozzi and Kantstraße, about 200 m away from the S-Bahn station. Thus, one can justifiably speak of a central location of Charlottenburg, where traffic noise remains completely unscathed thanks to the courtyard location of the apartment. Thus, one can profit without any restrictions from the advantages of the location. And there are many of them! The gastronomic offer in the surrounding area is impressive, there are a lot of shopping possibilities, the Ku’damm is not far away – also to the beautiful Lietzensee, to the shopping mile in the Wilmersdorfer or the restaurants at the Savignyplatz one can walk comfortably – in short, the infrastructure could not be better. The connection to public transport is almost perfect. To the U2 in the Bismarckstraße it is only 650 m, to the U7 in the Wilmersdorfer Straße it is 400 m and how it behaves with the S-Bahn we already mentioned at the beginning. In addition, there are about half a dozen bus lines that stop directly in the Kaiser-Friedrich-Straße.