4 persons
3 Rooms
5 Floor
86 m²
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2300€ / month

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Overview

Apartment id
106406
Rent
2300 € - all included
Deposit
2300 €
Street
Weserstraße 42
Rooms
3
Max. persons
4
Size
86m²
Min. rental period
3 months
Max. rental period
12 months
Available from
July 19, 2019
Floor
5
Extra cost
Cleaning after exit 30€/hour. The final price depends on the state of the apartment after the handover.
Dogs allowed
No
Cats allowed
No

Description

House:

This newly built house is part of the BOX SEVEN. The great mixture of modern living, the green surroundings, individual architecture and its own little infrastructure makes this district something special.

Apartment:

The spacious apartment leaves nothing to be desired. The newly furnished apartment has an open kitchen which is fully equipped with cutlery, kettle, toaster and all necessary utensils, and living room. You can relax on the couch and enjoy the great sound of the stereo speakers by watching a movie on the large smart tv in the living room while enjoying the super high speed Wi-Fi. The balcony invites to soak in the great view you have from the 5th floor over the green neighborhood. You will find a big, cozy bed in the master bedroom. There’s also a separate guest room with a sleeping couch in it, which can easily be turned into a second bedroom. You will find a big bathroom with a bath tub and a separate walk-in shower in it. There’s also a guest toilet in the apartment. You will have enough storage room thanks to the extra utility room.

Area:

Friedrichshain is one of the most desired areas to live in Berlin. The Boxhagener Platz or Boxi, appropriated by true Berliners, is right around the corner of the apartment. This is a colorful pocket of Friedrichshain. It’s got its fill of bohemians as well as young families, a melting pot of fluid gentrification. These artisan soaked streets are littered with cool cafés, good restaurants, bars, antique theaters, and markets. The Spree is just a few minutes away and along its northern and southern banks, locals and visitors applaud the street musicians. The borough is a stage and home for creativity – and not only when it comes to music. Here, artists create free spaces for their work – on the streets, in backyard flats and ateliers.

Public transport

  • Tram 21, M13
    Boxhagener Str./Holteistr.
    2 min. walk
  • Bus 21, 240, M13, N40
    Boxhagener Str./Holteistr.
    2 min. walk
  • U-Bahn U5
    Frankfurter Allee
    7 min. walk
  • U-Bahn S8, S41, S42, S85
    Frankfurter Allee
    7 min. walk

Amenities

Bathroom

Iron

background Layer 1 Ironing Board

Towels

Washing machine

Building equipment

Elevator

Cleaning

Detergents

Vacuum cleaner

Broom

General

Balcony/Terrace

Bed sheets

Flatscreen TV

Hi-Fi

Wi-Fi

Cable TV

Kitchen

Dishwasher

Kettle

Toaster

About Area - Friedrichshain

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Live in Friedrichshain – Local Tips:

  • Boxhagener Platz – Here you will find a weekly market on Saturdays and a highly popular flea market on Sundays.
  • Burgeramt – The best burger house in Berlin.
  • Strandbar Mitte – Here are located clubs, restaurants, weekly and flea markets.

 

About Life in Berlin Friedrichshain

Friedrichshain is currently a highly sought-after area with around 116,000 inhabitants. Its central location, numerous bars, clubs and shops attract primarily the younger population. With an average age of 37.5 years old, Friedrichshain is Berlin’s youngest district. In the past Friedrichshain was seen as a working class district with dark alleyways and small apartments. Due to the huge destruction during the Second World War, the district was rebuilt and developed into a neighbourhood which is favoured by students and young families. Today, Friedrichshain has developed itself into an exciting area where there is lots to see and experience. Enjoy the variety of the international scene, trendy start-ups and the spirit of young, urban creativity. Boxhagener Platz and the Samariterkiez (Kiez meaning neighbourhood), with their stunning old-builds, are amongst the most in-demand areas of the whole city. If you are in Friedrichshain, consider paying a visit to Karl-Marx Allee with the biggest open-air gallery in the world.