Our apartment is a typical example for Berlin living.

Our apartment is a typical example for Berlin living.

Lena

 

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 5
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Our City-Flat is located in Berlin-Mitte and is very typical example for Berlin old living.
It's a 100 square-meter apartment with 5 rooms: 2 sleeping rooms (tree-in-one for the children and one for the parents) 1 bathroom, 1 big kitchen with dining separate part, big livingroom and working room.
You'll find everything you need for living, e.g. wifi, washing machine + dishwasher, fully equiped kitchen etc.

Pets:
We have a cat and freshwater aquarium, that won't be in the flat during your stay, just in case you are allergic to cats.
Cat would to stay by our friends, but fishes need a little bit of care.

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More about us

  1. We are family from Berlin, My husband Dmitry is artist and lives in Berlin since 90's and I am architect and was born in Saint-Petersburg in russian-norwegian family, We and our little son love to travel and discover new lands.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

The property is located in one of the most desirable residential.
From here all of the highlights of the city are easily reached to The Wall Museum, the Museum Island, the Reichstag,
the Brandenburg Gate and other important historical monuments can be reached within walking distance or public transport.
Berlin Hauptbahnhof is only two tram stations away.
The gallery district, independent designers, Natural History Museum are within spitting distance.

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