A wonderfully renovated three bedroom designer loft apartment on the first floor of an old and charismatic factory building, built in 1896 and located in the popular area of Kreuzberg in downtown Berlin.
The entire building was fully renovated between 2005 and 2007 using every effort to respect and retain the original features of the old factory. Situated on the first floor, this loft apartment, with around 250 sq m of living space, includes a spacious open plan living room, dining room and a fully fitted kitchen with a fireplace and direct access onto a balcony which overlooks an attractive courtyard. A private office space is conveniently located behind the main living area.
The 3.5 metre high ceilings and near floor to ceiling windows throughout many of the rooms provide a spacious atmosphere filled with natural light.
Leading off the living area are three bedrooms. The master bedroom includes a white, modern egg shaped bathtub, behind which sits the en-suite bathroom with shower and walk-in closet. There is also a guest bathroom containing a shower and WC.
The property is in very good condition and has been finished to high standards with parquet flooring, Bulthaup cooker, modern ERCO lighting system, alarm system and underfloor heating in every room (gas central heating). The loft apartment can also be accessed via a lift and comes with a garage. There is also a utility room with space for a washing machine and tumble drier.
The loft apartment is located in Kreuzberg, a part of the combined Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg borough, just south of Mitte, since 2001.
Few neighbourhoods illustrate Berlin's transformation with such vividness. Once enclosed on three sides by the Berlin Wall, this former West Berlin neighbourhood, immediately south of the river Spree, drew immigrants, hippies, artists and squatters while the city was divided. It feels more gentrified and upscale these days but still has a revolutionary streak, and is now the hub of Germany's digital currency boom, with the world's highest density of businesses accepting Bitcoin.
Kreuzberg is now one of the best-known areas of Berlin and is particularly popular amongst art lovers. It is filled with trendy shops, international restaurants and cafés of every kind as well as supermarkets and an exciting night-life. There are also some great parks, including the new Gleisdreieck or the Viktoriapark where one can enjoy walks and sport activities. The city of Berlin, either West or East, can be reached very quickly on public transport. The distance to the metro is about 150 metres. The Potsdamer Platz can be reached in 5 minutes by car.
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