These two multi-unit dwellings on Exerzierstrasse in Berlin-Wedding occupy a corner plot between two quiet side streets. Striking to note are the large window expanses and the unique floor plans, which make these residential buildings from 1989 stand out from their surroundings. In conjunction with the refurbishment, the building façades were reinstated and repainted. The windows were replaced as well. The houses at no. 30 and 32 have six floors including attic storeys. It is planned to develop the attic of the five-storey house at no. 34 as well. The large, nicely landscaped grounds with their play areas, benches and trees enhance the entire residential area. The three building sections provide flats of 1 to 6 rooms with varying floor plans on footprints of 50 to 196 square metres, all of which are conveniently accessible via lift. Most flats feature either a conservatory or a balcony. The floor-length windows of the conservatory create a particularly bright and warm atmosphere. The majority of flats come with fitted kitchens that meet modern home standards. In some of the flats, the kitchens and living areas connected by double-panel doors. Bathrooms, some of which get natural light, feature tubs and reflect a present-day standard. Several of the residential units feature an extra guest WC. Each flat is assigned a dedicated basement storage locker. A community basement room provides additional storage space for bicycles and buggies. Car parking is available in the inner courtyard. The tenant-occupied flats give buy-to-let investors a lucrative chance to invest in the inner city of Berlin, while the vacant flats present an investment opportunity for owner-occupiers. Property homepage: https://www.accentro.de/ Drone footage: https://youtu.be/9mYke85HEUA Show flat: https://youtu.be/T0KW2pJAAR0 ACCENTRO App: https://goo.gl/KvMJTa for iOS and https://goo.gl/ACqL6H for Android
Despite its vibrancy, Wedding also has its quiet spots, Exerzierstrasse being one of them, the perfect retreat in the heart of the city. Exerzierstrasse is a residential street located between Osloer Strasse, Nauener Platz and Pankstrasse along the boundary separating the sub-districts Wedding and Gesundbrunnen. This part of Wedding counts among the more quiet ones in the district. Yet the site is only about one kilometre away from vibrant Leopoldplatz and, in the opposite direction, from the teeming streets close to the "Gesundbrunnen" station with its annexed mall, Gesundbrunnen-Center, and the many small storefronts and bars that mirror the multicultural life of the neighbourhood. A walk of just five minutes will take you from Exerzierstrasse to the meandering Panke creek whose banks are lined with unique cafés and alternative restaurants—a small sanctuary in the middle of the big city that attracts people especially in the summertime. You will also find, in microcosm, the international flair that defines Berlin. Languages other than German that are spoken here include Spanish, Arabic, English, Danish, among others: People from many different countries meet in Wedding and set the scene for a carefree and vibrant way of life. There is a down-to-earth quality about the district’s diversity. The quarter also offers a wide variety of leisure, shopping and sports venues. Other tenants who have moved into the premises over the years include artists, start-up businesses, restaurants and one-off event venues. If you head down Badstrasse toward "Gesundbrunnen" station, you will come to a busy shopping centre as well as the expansive grounds of Volkspark Humboldthain complete with rose garden and observation platform. During the summertime, the Humboldthain public outdoor swimming pool is the perfect place for taking it easy. High time for you to come to the up-and-coming district of Wedding!
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