Mere minutes from the "Lichtenberg" rapid-transit station lies Irenenstrasse, a quiet residential street whose entire length in lined with well-preserved period buildings. The multi-family dwelling at Irenenstrasse 15, which was raised in 1907 and includes two commercial units, blends harmoniously with the closed façade line, and yet stands out with its striking with its typical Belle Époque style. An arched entranceway admits you to a four-storey complex that divides into a front building, a side building annexed to it, and a leafy inner courtyard. Tranquillity in the heart of the city! Even the stairwell still features elements of a typical Berlin period building, such as original wooden hand railings and painted wall tiles. The well-appointed residential building divides into flats of 1 to 5 bedrooms and about 35 to 112 square metres. South-facing oriels and balconies on the upper floors are perfect for spending sunny hours during the summer months. But even and especially during the cold season, the large windows make the interiors bright and welcoming. Many of the well-preserved and well-laid-out flats still feature the original plaster ornaments and board floors. Most of the brightly day-lit bathrooms are tiled and equipped with bathtubs, while a selected few come with shower only. The bright, spacious kitchens have plenty of room for sitting down, and pantries annexed to the kitchens provide extra storage space in many of the flats. In short, Irenenstrasse 15 offers period-building charm in a quiet residential area in Lichtenberg - come see for yourself! Tour of our empty apartment: https://youtu.be/3NZO29tPdrQ Drone video: https://youtu.be/OBnPJ31FDIY ACCENTRO-App for iOS https://goo.gl/KvMJTa and for Android https://goo.gl/ACqL6H
Located in the southern part of Lichtenberg, between Rummelsburger Bucht, the Herzberge landscape park, and the Tierpark zoo, the charming Weitlingkiez is a very green quarter close to downtown and has direct access to public transportation. Here, you will find quiet residential streets with an abundance of protected architecture with green residential courtyards from the 1930s, and well preserved Belle Époque buildings, and lined by old-growth trees. The quarter, whose main axis is Weitlingstrasse, showcases the adaptability and sheer vibrancy of Lichtenberg. It is fast becoming the district of choice for young people and families who brighten up the streetscape with a fresh sense of joie-de-vivre. They are behind the colourful mix of cafés and boutique stores, and the reason why so many green spaces now feature playgrounds. Several supermarkets and stores are within walking distance, and the conveniently accessible underground and rapid transit lines will quickly take you to either of the two Ring Center shopping malls on Frankfurter Allee. In addition to a wider range of shops and restaurants, there are a lot of cultural venues to discover in the Weitlingkiez quarter and its surrounding area. You can also study the history of the area in Friedrichsfelde Palace or in the Stasi-Museum and the Hohenschönhausen Memorial, both devoted to the history of East Germany under Communism. Moreover, a richly diversified art and creative media scene has established itself in the borough in recent years whose creations can be admired in a variety of galleries, studio communities and project spaces. It comes as no surprise therefore that Lichtenberg and specifically the Weitlingkiez quarter - is gaining in terms of popularity and population.
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