This special and yet classic 2 room old building flat on the 1st floor is located at Schillerpromenade 32 / Kienitzerstrasse 114 and offers you with the address Schillerpromenade a well-known address in the typical Neukoelln and the so-called “Schillerkiez”.
The reconstruction from a 3-room flat with the formerly typical long hose corridor to a spacious and bright 2-room flat with modern bathroom, open living-kitchen-dining area and bedroom with balcony has been worthwhile. The two original tiled stoves, each in the living area and bedroom, are fully functional and also fulfil their heating function perfectly.
The classic elements such as the tiled stove, which has been converted into a fireplace, polished external brass pipes, unrendered stones on a shaft as well as double box windows and wooden floorboards have been upgraded and contribute to the special charm. A unique architect’s flat that combines classic, modern and design.
# individually converted old building flat with modern elements and industrial charm
# spacious, open-plan living, cooking and dining area
# two magnificent, functional tiled stoves, one with glass insert can be used as a fireplace
# location in the front building on the 1st floor with view of the famous Schillerpromenade as well as the quiet backyard
# ceilings with stucco and partly a height of approx. 3,20m
# Balcony with view of the promenade
# east and west orientation
# historic old building details such as stucco ornaments, old door fittings, classic large double box windows, original Berlin wooden floorboards, elaborately refurbished
# copper pipes, highly polished for that extra industrial charm
# kitchen area with micro-cement flooring, fittings by Dornbracht Tara in matt black
# custom-made, multifunctional kitchen furniture in the form of a black/white cube with plenty of storage space, including for the washing machine, kitchen appliances and a guest sleeping area disguised as a loft bed
# modern daylight bathroom with window
# free-standing bathtub, open shower, white towel radiator
# special fittings from the designer Philippe Starck Axor series
# partial, classic wooden floor and landing with modern, large-format ital. Tiles in concrete look 120 x 60
# white built-in wardrobe, ceiling-high, made to measure, with lots of storage space
# stone washbasin with antique base cabinet
# the offer does not include the additional furnishing
The district of Neukölln is as multifaceted as the people who inhabit it. Everything your heart desires can be found here just around the corner: nice cafés, a large selection of restaurants with international cuisines, typical Berlin pubs and various supermarkets.
The Schillerpromenade in the Berlin district of Neukölln (until 1912: Rixdorf) is the central street of the Schillerkiez, a “Gründerzeit” district. With a wide central promenade and splendid facades, it was laid out around 1900 as a neighbourhood for well-off citizens, but today the street and the neighbourhood are undergoing a process of gentrification.
The Schillerpromenaden Kiez has gained great international popularity in recent years and unites many different cultures and people with each other. The educational opportunities and social institutions such as the Schilleria are important meeting places for the people in the neighbourhood. The weekly local market known as the “Schillermarkt” is also known far beyond the borders of Neukölln and takes place every Saturday and is supplemented once a month by the art and culture market.
Designer labels, artists, musicians and creative people with their own unique profiles have settled between Landwehrkanal, Sonnenallee and Hermannstraße. Culinary and cultural diversity characterise the district.
In contrast to the lively neighbourhoods of the district, there are also many beautiful parks and green spaces such as the Britzer Garten, the Gutspark at Britz Castle and the Tempelhofer Feld, the largest inner-city recreational area in the world. Art and culture can be found at Heimathafen Neukölln. Theatre events and poetry slams as well as song recitals take place there. The evening can end in one of the many bars and pubs. The public transport connections are excellent: the U8 is one of the busiest underground lines in the city. After one stop, you reach the Hermannplatz underground and suburban railway station with numerous bus lines.
# The flat is offered without furniture, sold only with the fixed fixtures.
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