Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg Apartment Rental Photos and Description
3 Bedroom Apartment for up to 5 with separate kitchen and bath
If you are looking for a spacious flat, which enables you to travel around quickly, has a touch of class and style, in a building you feel great coming home to, then you are in the right place!
This is a great sized, well 'cut', terrifically located Apartment for 4 persons (plus one child) with separate kitchen. The apartment and its furnishings are of high value from known designers such as: Arne Jacobsen, Charles Eames, Philippe Stark, George Nelson, Greta Magnusson Grossman, Wilhelm Wagenfeld...
The apartment itself sports a BATHTUB! You can get down in the kitchen with the induction range, surf the Internet on reliable High-Speed WIFI...
The apartment is minimalistically decorated, to give you maximum space! But still everything is here, a complete kitchen, a dining area, couch, Flat-screen TV, and little stylish touches that set it apart.
The surrounding area provides lots to do within walking distance. Here you can easily reach the Martin Gropius Bau, Potsdamer Platz, the Sony Center, The Technic Museum, Solar-the swank bar bar in the sky, National Gallery, Jewish Museum, Checkpoint Charlie and many other attractions. For relaxation you will find a large park nearby, as well as the incredible LIQUIDROME. For events, you are also right next to the TEMPODROM.
Getting around: FREE Parking spots are right in front of the door, you also have the option of Public Transportation with the U1 Line (Hallesches Tor) Busses M41 and M29 (come every 5 minutes during the day, run all night) Metro Lines S1 and S2 (Anhalter Bahnhof), so you can move in all directions very quickly.
The apartment includes an assortment of Teas, Coffee, Sheets and Towels, Hair Dryer, Iron etc. Wireless Internet is free to use, unlimited. Optionally available is a Baby Crib.
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
I'm down to earth, like to meet new people, be with friends, travel, cook, eat, drink, snowboard---not necessarily in that order. When I have the time, I like to work with plastic, making art or objects.
I came to Berlin in 2006, absolutely loved the city, and decided to stay. Originally I wanted to open a hostel here, but I ended up doing holiday apartments instead. When you deal with as many as I do, it can be quite hard work, but my favorite part is meeting with my guests, it is very rewarding.
I know my way around Berlin pretty well, and can give good tips on where to go when you are in the city. I do my best to make sure the flats are accommodating and comfortable, as I am a traveler myself.
I was entrusted with the management of this and another apartments. I like nice flats!
This apartment is a real treat, nestled away in a calm area of Kreuzberg. The high ceilings and wooden floors, nice open space, and the little accents make for a great atmosphere.