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At a glance: • Charming old building from 1908 • 30 housing units • 1 - 4 rooms • approx. 36 - 118 sqm • Balconies and loggias • Elevator in the front building • Commission free Fringed by trees that add green to the footpaths in summer and serve as a scenic backdrop in winter, this charming building from 1908 is located at Bundesratufer 12. The details of the bright façade underline the stately aesthetics of the Belle Époque building. It divides into 30 apartments, accessed via three entranceways: front, back and side building, grouped around a courtyard. In the late 1980s, the attic of the four-storey building was developed into units with a great view of the River Spree. The apartments range from 1 to 4 rooms on 36 to 118 sqm of floor area, and have efficient layouts. Suitable for singles, couples or families, the units feature tiled shower- and tub-equipped bathrooms, guest WCs or storage closets, and a balcony or loggia, some with river view. 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.
Berlin’s downtown borough of Mitte is home to the government district, the parklands of Tiergarten, and many of the city’s favourite quarters. The neighbourhood of Bundesratufer is one of them, defined by local colour and multiculturalism. Asian food stores rub shoulders with exotic restaurants, and coffee shops alternate with galleries. Many of the Belle Époque buildings on pedestrianised, tree-lined streets have storefronts occupied by boutiques for ethnic toys, clothes, and delicacies. A shopping spree from Turmstrasse to Westhafen will take you past parks and playgrounds, a brewery-turned-mall of 30,000 sqm, and countless greengrocers, bars, bistros and cultural venues. It will take you hours to explore this neighbourhood, which is also home to the central railway station. If you need a break from the urban bustle, try the tranquil promenades along the River Spree.
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Berlin / Moabit (Berlin)