Prenzlauer Berg: charming spacey family apartment

Prenzlauer Berg: charming spacey family apartment




Jan 2019

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 7
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our family apartment is in a bright old building at the Kollwitzplatz area with wooden floors, American kitchen, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, lift, 160 square meters. It is spacey, sunny, homey and a melange of modern and historic style. A playground is situated in the backyard that we share (in the late afternoon and weekends) with rest of the house. We are well connected by public traffic to the rest of Berlin, especially to Mitte and Prenzlauer Berg the attractions are in walking distance. Cinema, restaurants, bars, coffeeshops, parcs, public playgrounds and small boutiques are located in our neighborhood. One of the famous Berlin food markets is held twice a week at Kollwitzplatz.


More about us

  1. We are a couple with 2 children (5, 15)

  2. We love Berlin, it's history, culture and life style.

  3. We love mountains, nature, seaside, winter.

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Where is it?


Once its own borough, the district of Prenzlauer Berg now belongs to Pankow and is located right next to Mitte and Friendrichshain. Characterized by the five-story ‘Althaus’ with a closed courtyard in the back the typical Prenzlauer Berg block is very large. The district is dominated by broad tree-lined streets with colorful boutiques, restaurants and cosy cafes attracting a mix of stay-home moms and dads, freelancers and university students alike. Prenzlauer Berg can’t deny its creative and alternatively individual vibe with parks being taken over by children’s birthday parties clearly marked by burlaps and balloons under the tree, a broad range of organic food shops, hip new juice shops and a yoga studio on almost every corner. Learn more about this charming neighborhood’s highlights with our best-of guide to Prenzlauer Berg after the jump.
There is no shortage of great options in Prenzlauer Berg with its diverse and ever changing restaurant and cafe landscape.

Buzzy restaurants
Akemi, Duy Thai, Meierei, Der Dritte Mann, Cenacolo, Gugelhof, Weinstein, Maria Bonita
Cool bars
Kulturbrauerei (Soda Club, Frannz Club), Kapital, Schwarzsauer
Cozy cafés
Barista, Café Liebling, Sowohl-als-Auch, Lorch & Söhne
Retail therapy
food market, BioViv, Spielzeugladen Helmholtzplatz, Lila Lämmchen, Victoria met Albert
Bit of culture
Wasserturm, Ernst-Thälmann-Park, Planetarium, Kulturbrauerei, Mauerpark, Schönhauser Allee
Walks in the park
Kastanienallee, Kollwitzstraße, Helmholtzkiez
Spot of exercise
Humboldthain, Friedrichshain, Mauerpark - bike rental stations next to our home
Day tripping
Potsdam, Wandlitzsee, Schiffshebewerk Finowfurth, Frankfurt/Oder, Leipzig, Scharmützelsee

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