2 persons
2 Rooms
3 Floor
114 m²

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2800€ / month

all included in price


Apartment id
2800 € - all included
5000 €
Tieckstr. 28
Max. persons
Min. rental period
2 months
Max. rental period
12 months
Available from
April 5, 2020
Extra cost
Cleaning after exit 30€/hour. Final price depending on the state of the apartment after the handover.
Dogs allowed
Cats allowed



The apartment is located on the 3rd floor of a renovated “Altbau”.


This beautifully designed apartment will make you feel at home immediately. It’s the small details of colors, fabrics and shape of the furniture that make this apartment so special and comfortable. There’s a lot of space in the living room to relax on the couches designed by Ligne Roset or to have dinner at the large dining table. The bedroom is flooded with light and even has a vintage bathtub in the room, which is kind of separated through a glass wall from the area where the big kingsize bed (2m x 2,2m) is. There’s also a lot of storage room thanks to the large wardrobes. You will find a New York style walk-in rain shower in the bathroom and a separate guest toilet. From the balcony you have a great view over the lively neighborhood. Each room is equipped with Sonos Sound System. Every piece of furniture – from the handmade door that was imported from India to the artwork hanging on the walls – was carefully selected and adds to the uniqueness of the environment. This apartment is meant for someone who appreciates great detail to design.


  • A bi-weekly cleaning service is already included in the final rental price


The apartment is located in one of the most desirable residential areas in the center of Berlin (Mitte). The apartment itself is located on a rather quiet street with restaurants and coffee shops where you can meet your neighbors before going to the city park around the corner. It’s also very conveniently located to reach all of the highlights of the city – including the Natural History Museum, Central Station, the Museum Island, the Reichstag, the Brandenburger Tor and other important historical monuments. You can go there either by walking or by using public transportation. Berlin Hauptbahnhof is only two tram stations away and Nordbahnhof is a 3 minutes walk. It’s only 2 minutes to reach the nearest tram and bus stations. In addition, you can find supermarkets, drug stores, and various shops within walking distance.



Public transport

  • S-Bahn S1, S2, S8, S25, S26
    Berlin Nordbahnhof
    3 min. walk
  • Tram 12, M1, M5, M6, M10
    Berlin Nordbahnhof
    3 min. walk
  • Bus 247, N40
    Berlin Nordbahnhof
    3 min. walk
  • U-Bahn U6
    6 min. walk




background Layer 1 Ironing Board


Washing machine




Vacuum cleaner



Bed sheets

Flatscreen TV




Coffee Machine




About Area - Mitte

Live in Berlin Mitte – Local Tips

  • Rosenthaler Platz – here you will experience the whole world in stylish cafés, restaurants and designer shops.
  • Beach bar & Monbijou Theatre – Directly on the Spree and opposite the Bode Museum lies a charming beach bar. In  the summer the duo ‘Tango’ dance here daily under lighted garlands.
  • Hackescher Markt – The atmosphere of the Berlin backyards really lights up here.

About Life in Berlin Mitte

Enjoy the variety of the international scene, trendy start-ups and the spirit of young, urban creativity. As you can assume from the name, the district Mitte is located in the heart of Berlin. The Brandenburger Gate, the Television Tower and Alexanderplatz, which have been known around the world for many years as symbols of Berlin, are all found in Mitte. But Mitte doesn’t just attract tourists. The Berlin art and culture scene is widespread here and lures in Expats from all over the world searching for long term rentals in the city centre. Countless art galleries, trendy boutiques and the best restaurants in the city are found between the Hackescher yards and Rosenthaler Platz. Many visitors choose this district as a starting point for exploring the city. The heart of the Berlin museum landscape is without a doubt the museum island between the River Spree and the Kupfergraben. Furthermore, theatre and historical buildings, such as the Berlin Ensemble, the Friedrichstadt-Palast, the Deutsche Dom or the Schauspielhaus are easy to find here.

Berlin Mitte is also a place where you can find many typical signs of the former GDR. Around Alexanderplatz the socialist prefabricated houses paint the picture of the city, whilst the Television Tower symbolises the division and competition between the former East and West Berlin.