2 persons
1.5 Rooms
1 Floor
38 m²

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1150€ / month

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Apartment id
1150 € - all included
1150 €
Baerbel-Bohley-Ring 26
Max. persons
Min. rental period
1 month
Max. rental period
12 months
Available from
September 2, 2019
Extra cost
Cleaning after exit 30€/hour. Final price depending on the state of the apartment after the handover
Dogs allowed
Cats allowed



Functional clarity, modern design and a smart layout of living areas – the innovative interior design is one of the outstanding features of STUDIO HOUSE BERLIN. Interior designers who can look back on years of experience designing student apartments created bright, modern spaces with a clear color concept and carefully selected materials. The youthful nature of the signposting and the paintings by young artists that adorn the walls underline the trendy atmosphere in the building as a whole. At the same time, the architects also focused on functionality, quality and sustainability. The furniture in the studio apartments is customized and guarantees functionality and optimal use of the areas available. In addition to the outstanding location and contemporary concept, the quality of the architecture inside and out is another reason to invest in STUDIO HOUSE BERLIN.

The in-house laundrette makes life easier. Table football, comfortable seating and vending machines all add to the pleasant atmosphere.

All residents can avail of the open-plan lounge with terrace, a fully-equipped event kitchen and a coworking space on the ground floor.


Clarity, functionality and optimum use of space are the outstanding characteristics of the studio apartments. Plenty of storage  options, an open kitchen and customized furniture give residents plenty of room for maneuver. The large felt pin board not only offers room for photos and notes, it also lends the apartments flexibility for creative flair and the individual touch.

Heated towel rails, large mirrors and spacious showers: the studio apartments are timeless and functional.

Big windows and the oak décor of the design floor give the studios a bright and homely feeling.


STUDIO HOUSE BERLIN is part of the new residential area being built at the Mauerpark. A new pedestrian and cycle path leads directly to the train station and shopping mall at Gesundbrunnen, just 650 meters away.

Cafés, restaurants, shops and markets are what makes the districts of Mitte and Prenzlauer Berg so popular. However, Berlin is also a green city, with more than 2,500 different parks and gardens. The Mauerpark is a shining example. It’s a popular meeting place for culture, sports and recreation. Its special atmosphere makes it a hot spot for young singles and families. The park complex is planned to be extended from 9 to 16 hectares in 2016. It is located right beside the public arenas of the Ludwig-Jahn-Sportpark and the Max-Schmeling-Halle, where great sporting and cultural events take place. The shops, cinemas and fitness clubs in the area and the nearby shopping malls, Gesundbrunnen Center and Schönhauser Allee Arkaden, ensure there is no shortage of choice. It’s all part of the mix that makes Berlin so livable.

Public transport

  • S-Bahn U8, S26, S25, S41, S42
    10 min. walk
  • U-Bahn U8
    6 min. walk




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Building equipment


Laundry room




Vacuum cleaner


Bed sheets

Cable TV

Flatscreen TV





About Area - Prenzlauer Berg

Living in Prenzlauer Berg – Local Tips:

    1. Mauerpark Flea Market on Sunday – Culinary and cultural meeting place
    2. Rosenthaler Platz – There are numerous restaurants and beautiful cafes
    3. Park am Weinberg – A small, cozy park in the middle of the city life

About life in Berlin Prenzlauer Berg

Celebrities and rich Berliners populate Prenzlauer Berg, or Prenzlberg, as it is known locally. Although perhaps the most expensive borough of Berlin, it has much to show and offer, particularly if you’re travelling with children. Prenzlberg is famous for its parks and public playgrounds, such as the Mauerpark. Food markets on Kollwitzplatz are also worth a mention, bringing life to an area full of hip cafés, beer gardens and shops.

Historically, Prenzlauer Berg used to be the place with the cheapest apartments for rent in all Berlin, as most of the houses were run down and occupied by punks and bohemians. Although times have changed, the artistic background can still be felt in the atmosphere.

Furnished apartments for rent are typically easily found, even for long term stays. When staying in Prenzlberg, everything is at hand: tourist attractions such as the Berlin Wall memorial, parks and cultural centers including the KulturBrauerei.

Overall, Prenzlauer Berg is currently one of the most beautiful areas of Berlin, ideal for leisure activities, although for a price.


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