Cozy one bedroom apartment with balcony in the heart of bohemian area Prenzlauer Berg

Cozy one bedroom apartment with balcony in the heart of bohemian area Prenzlauer Berg




Feb 2020

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1 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms

About our home

As I'm going on a business trip, I'm subletting my cute little one bedroom apartment in the heart of Berlin Prenzlauer Berg. The apartment is situated in a traditional Berlin style building complex. Yes it's Altbau :) The apartment is fully furnished and equipped with everything you need for your stay in Berlin. I personally cook lots of vegan / vegetarian and Keto meals, so you will find all kinds of spices and utilities for that. Up to four people can stay in the apartment, as I have a big Queen size bed and a sofa bed. There's a Smart TV with Wifi connection, so you can watch your favorite Netflix movies or YouTube clips. I also have a stage piano that you're free to play if you want to :)
The apartment itself has a balcony facing the center of the complex which also serves as a green space. As I really live in this apartment, I'm looking forward to welcoming people that have respect for my personal belongings that I'm going to leave here while I'm gone.
The building is a one minute walk away from the Ringbahn station or Tram Station Prenzlauer Allee.

Prenzlauer Berg is one of Berlin's most charismatic and most bohemian neighbourhoods, filled with cafes, historic buildings and indie boutiques. It's a joy to explore on foot.

The Planetarium is just on the other side of the street.

The Mauerpark is around the corner, with it's famous fleamarkets and summertime karaoke, while 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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