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Rented 3-room apartment directly at the Lietzensee in Berlin-Charlottenburg - top yield potential

Kaiserdamm 102
14057 Berlin

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    3

    Rooms

    97.50 sqm

    Living space

    Ground

    Floor

    1916

    Year of construction

    1342-4

    Object-ID

Equipment

Cellar

Lift

Balcony

    Yes

    Rented

    742 EUR

    Rental revenue

    395 EUR

    Common charge

489,900 EUR

5,024.62 / sqm

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    1916

    Year of construction

    District heating

    Heating type

    District heating

    Type of firing

    No

    Energy with hot water

    Consumption based

    Energy rating type

    133 kWh (m2xa)

    Thermal characteristics

    18.09.2028

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0

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25

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50

B

75

C

100

D

125

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150

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175

G

200+

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