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  • 50 ft2Area
  • 2Bedrooms
  • 1Bathroom

Sunny and peaceful two-room apartment with a bedroom / living room, 1 bedroom, kitchen, full bath, on the 2st floor entrance and a beautifully renovated house. This stylish Apartment offers classic elegance in the heart of the district Berlin Kreuzberg. The design decors combine the charm of an elegant old building from the turn of the century with a modern design which recalls a classic theater scenery. Retro furnitures, old brass lamps and chandeliers are put together with new design elements like the wallpapers Fornasetti which will give you the impression to be settled into a colorful and timeless theater. Aim of this furnishing is to mention
every form and concept of theater in Berlin: from the historic and rediscovered places like Volksbuehne until the smaller and more contemporary projects born after 1989 in vacant spaces or destroyed theater (like Berlin Ensemble). Theater as way to tell and to define the city. The large windows bring in very much light.

The flat is located around the historic „Kreuzberg 36“ and more exactly between the pretty Lausitzerplatz and the old Markthalle, now new melting point for street food’s lovers. This part of Kreuzberg until 20 years ago was almost completely surrounded by the wall and for this reason was also considered a no man’s land. A lot of pictures of the ’80s rap presenting desolation beside the wall have been made in those streets. After the fall of the wall the district started being one of the most interesting place where subculture and strange cultures lived together giving life to important projects and clubs. Nowadays Koepi or Rachhaus could be mentioned for this attempt.
Today the area aroung those streets maintain a certain flavor of authenticity that a lot of other district in Kreuzberg are loosing.

  • Balcony
  • Cuterly
  • Dishwasher
  • Internet Wifi
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Phoen
  • Public Parking
  • TV
  • Washmashine