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At a glance: • Residential and commercial building from 1918/1910 • 30 housing units, 2 commercials • 1 - 4 rooms • approx. 29 - 98 sqm • Balconies, terraces, roof terraces • Commission free Two residential and commercial buildings, connected to form a spacious ensemble with a landscaped courtyard, a total of 65 residential units with different floor plans and eleven commercial units: Welcome to the Erasmushöfe in Berlin-Moabit. The Erasmushöfe, which comprise the buildings at Erasmusstraße 1 and 2, offer a wide variety of floor plan solutions. Suitable for different living or even working models. The various properties in a central residential location in Berlin's Mitte are therefore suitable for singles, students, creative people, retirees, couples as well as families or even as a location for your own small business. The two residential buildings date back to 1910 (Erasmusstraße 2) and 1918 respectively. After extensive restoration work on the interior and exterior, the two old buildings, which are not subject to monument protection, shine in new splendor. The courtyard facade shines in plain white, while the street facade is a little darker. The majority of the apartments are equipped with balconies or terraces and roof terraces. The Erasmus Courts form a wonderful ensemble of two residential and commercial properties. They combine urban living quality with a feel-good atmosphere within one's own four walls for different living concepts. While singles often prefer smaller living sizes of around 29 to 55 sqm, 98 sqm and several rooms corresponding living dreams. Haven't found your perfect apartment yet? Discover our attractive Germany-wide real estate offers here: www.accentro.de/en/real-estate Why ACCENTRO? With 20 years of market experience, around 20,000 units sold, more than 13,000 satisfied customers and no commission on purchases, we can confirm the quality of our service. From the very beginning, you will receive the best advice from our real estate specialists. We are there for you in word and deed and advise you from the first viewing to the date of notarization - ensuring a carefree purchase transaction. After the purchase of real estate, the first challenges often arise as owner-occupier or landlord/manager. You can count on us for follow-up issues concerning your property following the purchase. We will continue to be available when you need us and will provide answers to any questions you may have. With ACCENTRO, you have an expert at your side to support you in all challenges before, during and after the real estate purchase.
As diverse as the floor plans of the residential units at Erasmushöfe are, they reflect the diversity of life in the immediate vicinity. While officially located on the quiet and low-traffic Erasmusstrasse, Erasmushöfe occupy the corner of the vibrant Beusselstrasse close to Turmstrasse, both being high streets. This is a rather multi-cultural area within the locality of Moabit, which happens to be surrounded by water on all sides, despite its centrality within Berlin. The island character of Moabit in no way compromises its accessibility, as it is connected to the rest of the city by 25 bridges for private and public transportation. In short, the dwellings at Erasmushöfe benefit from a quiet but central location. Amenities in the immediate vicinity include many grocers and other retailers, social infrastructure, restaurants and cultural venues. The sub-district of Moabit is generally defined by close-knit neighbourhoods and multicultural ambience, which are typical of the open- and creative-minded way of life Berlin is famous for. While the nearby arteries Turmstrasse and Beusselstrasse provide day-to-day amenities and a diversified line-up of textile and fashion retailers, there are plenty of fascinating cultural and educational institutions to explore. The locals of Moabit are well networked, for there are many societies, initiatives and social amenities. Kulturfabrik Moabit, a factory turned cultural centre, is home to a cinema, a playhouse, the Slaughterhouse Club, and hosts all sorts of events, too. A great place for shopping sprees is the mall inside the former Schultheiss brewery, while a fine cup of coffee is served at Stadtschlosscafé, and book worms get their fill at the Kurt Tucholsky Library in the Beusselkiez quarter.
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