Berlin: beautiful & spacious flat - right in the heart if it (Prenzlauer Berg)

Berlin: beautiful & spacious flat - right in the heart if it (Prenzlauer Berg)




Oct 2016

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms

About our home

We offer a large and beautiful apartment in the center of Berlin. We have two bedrooms, one with a double bed the other for guests use (comfortable sofa that can be turned into a double bed). There will be two baby beds, one for a new-borne another for child of 4. There are two more rooms, one spacy living room and one mixed room (bar, piano, child-room) and a large kitchen with a table for four/five people. The aparment has a comfortable size for 4 persons and is a typical Berlin appartment that meets high standards: with wooden floor, open spaces (by swing doors) and decorations on the top floor. We have a cleaning maid.


More about us

  1. We are a couple (mid-thirties) with one girl (2013) and hopefully a forth member of the family to join in february 2017. We love culture, going to fleemarkets cultural events and travelling. We travel regularly, mostly in Europe.
    We have both studied abroad and are thus fluent in english and french.

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Where is it?


Very nice, quiet and yet in the middle of everything. Ideal for living with small children, very child-friendly yet urban environment (play-grounds are on every corner, nice coffee-boutiques, shopping and fine dining).

Lonely planet quote: "Splendidly well-groomed Prenzlauer Berg is one of Berlin's most charismatic residential neighbourhoods, filled with cafes, historic buildings and indie boutiques. It's a joy to explore on foot. On Sundays, the world descends on its Mauerpark for flea marketeering, summertime karaoke and chilling in the sun. It's easily combined with a visit to the quarter's main sightseeing attraction, the Gedenkstätte Berliner Mauer, an engrossing 1.4km-long exhibit that explains how the Berlin Wall shaped the city."

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