Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg Apartment Rental Photos and Description
2 separate bathrooms, 2 sep. bedrooms, large kitchen/living area, tub, up to 8
Large and quiet apartment for rent in a building from the early 1900s with a waxed hardwood floor, stucco walls, two separate bedrooms, two very nice, all-new bathrooms (one with a shower, one with a tub) as well as a large living room/open kitchen with all the necessary utensils to prepare a good breakfast, lunch or even dinner. Located in a back building on Lausitzer Strasse right between the canal and Reichenberger Strasse, it is secluded but also right in the middle of where everybody wants to be in the city these days!
The master bedroom has a king-size bed (180x200cm) and a sofa bed which folds out to another double bed (140x200cm.) It also has its own bathroom with a shower, hand basin and toilet. An antique cabinet with a clothes rack and shelves complements its atmosphere. The small bedroom offers another double bed (140x200cm,) a coat rack and a bedside table.
The large living and dining room is equipped with a dominant dining table with up to eight chairs, two sofa beds which can be extended to two more single beds (90x200cm), a television and stereo set and a sideboard. Its open kitchen is fully equipped with a stove with 4 hotplates and oven, a sink and refrigerator, a coffee maker, electric kettle and toaster as well as all kinds of cooking utensils to prepare a good meal.
The main bathroom offers a large tub, a hand basin and toilet.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
We rent out holiday apartments in Kreuzberg and Prenzlauer Berg which we have carefully renovated and equipped ourselves.
This apartment offers the best you can find in a typical Kreuzberg courtyard: Peace and quiet despite its central location and plenty of light and even sunshine because it has windows on two opposite sides.
The two bedrooms of the apartment are in opposite corners with two doors between them which in combination with the two bathrooms gives everyone a maximum of privacy.