Located on the first floor of its building (without a lift) this stylish apartment comprises a total floor space of 110m², and has enough space to accommodate up to seven guests. It’s a very peaceful spot, particularly given its location at the back of the building, meaning that there’s hardly any noise from the street below.
With its high ceiling, beautiful parquet flooring and lots of natural light, the living room is a large and elegant space. It contains a corner sofa (which can be turned into a double bed), along with a separate double bed. A flat-screen cable TV sits in the corner, accompanied by a DVD player, and there is also a radio and internet connection to help you stay up to date while you’re away from home.
Meanwhile, both bedrooms have been decorated in an
equally appealing style, with a similar colour scheme throughout. The first bedroom has both a double bed and a double sofa bed, while the second has a double bed and comfortable leather sofa.
In the kitchen area you’ll find a cooker, microwave, coffee pot and toaster, as well as a fridge/freezer. There are also two large sinks. Two separate dining tables have been provided, so there’s ample room for everyone to have their meals. The flat also benefits from two pretty balconies overlooking the tree-lined streets, increasing the amount of living space. In the bathroom there’s a bathtub and an over-the-tub shower, as well as a washing machine.
The property’s owner is happy for guests to bring their dogs with them during their stay, and smokers are also welcome to smoke in the flat. A free cot is available for guests with babies.
The street itself, Paul Robeson, is in a quiet residential area around 50 metres away from Schönhauser Allee Avenue. This is Prenzlauer Berg’s main street, and is known as one of Berlin’s busiest shopping thoroughfares. Here you’ll find lots of cafes, bars, restaurants and small shops. About 100 metres away is the Schönhauser Allee Arkaden shopping centre, which is surrounded by bars and restaurants, providing plenty of options for eating out.
The flat enjoys very good public transport links. The closest station (Schönhauser Allee) is just 100 metres away, where you can take different means of public transport and be in Berlin Mitte or the districts of Friedrichshain and Kreuzberg within 15 minutes.
With loads of room to breathe, this modern apartment would suit either families or groups of friends looking for a peaceful base in the city.