Long associated primarily with elegance and solidity, Charlottenburg today also shows quite different sides. Students and young professionals characterize the cityscape. The district is an important center of science and a lively economic and commercial center. The lively City West has long been considered the prestigious, modern counterpart in the east of the city. But Charlottenburg offers even more with the Lietzensee lake and its green parks.
This is an attractive old building apartment in a beautiful Gründerzeit old building from 1907 in a quiet Charlottenburg location. The apartment was renovated a few years ago and occupied by the owner himself. Everything is in a very good condition, so you could move in immediately. The floors have stripped floorboards, the kitchen and bathroom are tiled, the living room still has beautiful stucco, the doors and windows are also original and the old fittings. The kitchen can be used as a small eat-in kitchen, is fully equipped and also has a practical utility room. The bedroom has a large balcony in front of it, which looks directly into a large chestnut tree. Of course, the apartment also includes a basement compartment.
Wundtstraße is a pretty, small cross street to Kaiserdamm, with an absolutely good infrastructure. So you can find small pubs, flower stores, a drugstore, a supermarket, an organic market and much more in the immediate vicinity. But an absolute highlight is the nearby
Lietzensee with its surrounding park. The transport links are also very good the subway stations “Kaiserdamm” or “Sophie-Charlottenplatz” can both be reached in a few minutes walk. Line 2 takes you directly to Kurfürstendamm, Potsdammer Platz or as far as Mitte. The highway can also be reached quickly.
Kaiserdamm subway station within walking distance
Underground station Sophie-Charlottenplatz within walking distance
With the U2 in a few minutes directly to Kurfürstendamm
With the U2 in a few minutes directly to Potsdamer Platz