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A few steps away from the Maybachufer lies the residential building in the Reuterstrasse from the year 1901. The Reuterkiez is regarded as a typical residential area of the Wilhelminian period, for which this classical residential and commercial building with its front building and courtyard including a shed is a prime example. The impressive entrance area, which receives with a massive wooden door, conveys with its typical old building elements in the form of stucco decorations and the ornamental wall and floor tiles an authentic impression of a typical Berlin old building. The facades, as well as the hallways, have been given a new, fresh colour concept, which fits perfectly into the style of the house and blends harmoniously into the neighbourhood. The Wilhelminian period elements also run through the 40 spacious apartments, which are between 29 and 134 square metres in size. The typical high ceilings, large windows and often original stucco elements give the apartments their special charm and create a pleasant living atmosphere. The apartments are predominantly equipped with floor boards, the bathrooms are predominantly tiled and equipped with a bathtub or shower. The two green inner courtyards have bicycle parking areas and are small oases. Due to the optimal location and size of the apartments, the apartments are suitable for singles, couples and families! Drone footage: https://youtu.be/0wGJQkzwxi8
The Reuterkiez is one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in Berlin and is located in the so-called "Kreuzkölln", located directly between the districts of Kreuzberg and Neukölln. In the heart of the district is Reuterstrasse, a quiet street between Karl-Marx-Straße and Sonnenallee. From there you are in a few moments on the idyllic Maybach shore with the legendary weekly market and only a stone's throw away from the lively Hermannplatz. Cafés and multicultural shops are more everyday than the exception in this district. Small galleries and fashion shops reflect the charm of the district just as much as the typical German corner pub, of which many can still be found in the district. One of the most extensive parks is not far from Hermannplatz, the Hasenheide. There, walkers, joggers or even minigolf enthusiasts will find enough space to romp about. Families or couples can use the wide meadows and woods for picnics or relaxing hours. In the Kiez, old-established as well as newcomers feel equally at home, which leads to a balanced mix of the street scene and ensures the continuing popularity of the district. Convince yourself during a walk through this unique part of Berlin!
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