Cozy home with balcony in trendy, central Berlin

Cozy home with balcony in trendy, central Berlin

Omer

 

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1 Bedrooms
Sleeps 2
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Welcome to my cozy home in Prenzlauer Berg, Berlin, right at the doorstep of the Berlin Wall and all the trendy offers of the leafy and pretty neighbourhood. This is my primary residence and where I call home. My flat is on the 3rd floor of an "altbau", a typical, high-ceilinged, beatiful stair-cased early-century Berlin architecture. The balcony where the sun sets at 9-10pm in the summer is where I unwind in the evening. With few minutes to a major underground and overground rail station, it is well-connected to all parts of Berlin.

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  1. I'm a political scientist turned built environment specialist; having worked in architecture, design and planning, I now work for a cleantech start-up in Berlin, producing carbon-negative construction materials

  2. Grown up in Istanbul, after a 13-year stint in London, I moved to Berlin, a city I've loved for long and always dreamed about living in one day

  3. I'm passionate about writing, architecture, maps and tennis!

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Welcome to Prenzlauer Berg, Gleimviertel - area in Berlin that has seen massive change in the 1990s and 2000s as the Berlin Wall came down and the former East Berlin. deprived neighbourhood saw a rapid influx of artists, students and squatters who have transformed it into the area it is now: a mix of established cultural institutions, abundance of trendy cafes, bars, restaurants and yoga studios surrounded by famous, high-ceilinged beatiful "altbau" buildings and many parks. On a Sunday afternoon, Mauerpark (close to my home) is probably the most diverse place you'll find in Berlin (if not in the world)!

Buzzy restaurants
Wen Cheng, Kushmann's, otto, Omoni, Vegano Flavors
Cool bars
Wohnzimmer, Dr. Maury Wine Bar, Lamm, Tipsy Bear
Cozy cafés
Unser Cafe
Bit of culture
Pfferberg (with Aedes and Olafur Eliasson's studio), Ausland, Lichtblick Kino
Walks in the park
Mauerpark, Helmholtzplatz, Arkonaplatz

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