The open living-dining and cooking area of this exclusive maisonette apartment on the 4th and 5th floor of a former, completely renovated commercial building is quietly located in the 2nd backyard on top of the building, privately located, almost like a house of its own within the bigger building. The flat is equipped with a fitted kitchen of the high-quality manufacturer Siematic, has a tasteful fireplace and adjoins the large terrace from which you have a wide view of the surrounding area. A steel staircase with oak steps leads to the 5th floor with 2 rooms, balcony, master bathroom and a very nice view into the green of the neighbourhood.

Price:€ 1.750.000Size:approx. 162 m²Rooms:3 - 4th + 5th floor

Basic Data

  • Maisonette Apartment
  • 4th floor - open floor plan
  • open living-dining and cooking area
  • with high-quality kitchen (Siematic)
  • fireplace
  • large terrace
  • large floor-to-ceiling windows
  • full-length sliding doors
  • 5th floor - 2 rooms
  • balcony
  • Bathroom with freestanding bathtub
  • floor-level shower with Bisazza tiles
  • high quality oak wood parquet
  • underfloor heating
  • complex planted and beautifully designed courtyards
  • well located in the popular Bötzowkiez/ Prenzlauer Berg

The charming Prenzlauer Berg district is one of Berlin’s most popular residential areas due to its high quality of life and charming neighbourhood character, the many preserved Gründerzeit architecture, a charming and versatile infrastructure with small shops, cafés, restaurants and the popular weekly market at Kollwitzplatz.

When a property is brokered, both parties – the buyer and the seller – are obligated to pay commission in equal parts.

The total commission amounts to 7.14% of the certified purchase price including legal value added tax, of which the buyer and the seller pay half each, that is, 3.57% incl. sales tax, to Florin Immobilien following conclusion of the notarial purchase agreement.

Energy performance certificate – Final energy requirement 73,7 kWh/(m²a) – essential energy sources natural gas H – Year of construction of the building 1896

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