Eigentumswohnung Berlin Neukoelln Hasenheide 67

Well-Appointed Period Building on the Kreuzberg/Neukölln District Boundary

Hasenheide 67
10967 Berlin

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Reserved

    2

    Rooms

    59.36 sqm

    Living space

    4.

    Floor

    1900

    Year of construction

    7900-30

    Object-ID

Equipment

Cellar

    Yes

    Rented

    426 EUR

    Rental revenue

    124 EUR

    Common charge

???.??? EUR

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    1900

    Year of construction

    Floor heating system

    Heating type

    Natural Gas heavy

    Type of firing

    No

    Energy with hot water

    Demand based

    Energy rating type

    171 kWh (m2xa)

    Thermal characteristics

    05.11.2028

    Certificate valid till

A++

0

A+

25

A

50

B

75

C

100

D

125

E

150

F

175

G

200+

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