2 persons
2 Rooms
3 Floor
68 m²
included

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2200€ / month

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Overview

Apartment id
26500
Rent
2200 € - all included
Deposit
2200 €
Street
Französische Str. 56-60A
Rooms
2
Max. persons
2
Size
68m²
Min. rental period
3 months
Max. rental period
12 months
Available from
February 17, 2019
Floor
3
Extra cost
Cleaning after exit 30 Euro per hour + tax
Dogs allowed
No
Cats allowed
No

Description

House:

The building has been constructed in 2017 by the famous architect David Chipperfield.

– Concierge Service
– Elevators
– Very central location

Apartment:

– High-end materials
– High-Speed Wi-Fi
– Extra High Ceilings
– Wooden Floor
– Walk-in Shower
– Triple Glazed Windows
– 1 separate bedroom

Area:

The Palais Varnhagen is located next to the Friedrichstr. and the Gendarmenmarkt with its concert hall and the German and French dome. The boulevard Unter den Linden and Brandenburger Gate are just couple of minutes by walk.

Public transport

  • U-Bahn U6
    Französische Str.
    2 min. walk
  • S-Bahn S7, S75, S2
    Friedrichstr, Unter den Linden
    2 min. walk
  • Bus TXL
    Unter den Linden/Friedrichstr.
    5 min. walk

Amenities

Bathroom

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Iron

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Towels

Washing machine

Building equipment

Elevator

Cleaning

Broom

Detergents

Vacuum cleaner

General

Bed sheets

Cable TV

Flatscreen TV

Hi-Fi

Wi-Fi

Kitchen

Coffee Machine

Dishwasher

Kettle

Microwave

Toaster

About Area - Mitte

Mitte, meaning center, is true to its name as the very heart of Berlin. The Brandenburg Gate, the television tower and the Alexanderplatz, all located in Mitte, have become symbols of Berlin all around the world.

Mitte doesn’t only attract tourists though. Berlin’s art and culture scene is very strong here, attracting numerous expats from all over the world to seek long term apartment rentals in this area of Berlin. Countless art galleries, trendy boutiques and the best restaurants of the city are located between Hackesche Höfe and Rosenthaler Platz. Many Berlin visitors choose this area as their starting point to explore the city.

The heart of the Berlin museum landscape is undoubtedly the Museumsinsel, located between the Spree and the Kupfergraben. Theaters and historical buildings are also easy to encounter, including the Berliner Ensemble or the Friedrichstadtpalast, and the German Dom or the Schauspielhaus.

Last but not least, Mitte is also typical of the symbols of the former GDR. Around Alexanderplatz, socialist prefabricated buildings characterize the cityscape, while the television tower stands for the former division and competition between East and West Berlin.

 

 

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