Schmöckwitz belongs to the Berlin district of Treptow-Köpenick. The former fishing village is surrounded by forest and water and is today a popular local recreation destination. The advantages of this location are clear, the proximity to the water and the city centre of Berlin as well as the existing good infrastructure. Do you dream of life on the water? Then take a closer look at this property!
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In Schmöckwitz is the southernmost point of the district Treptow-Köpenick and thus of Berlin, this lies in the Zeuthener lake, in the middle of the long lake runs the border between Berlin and Brandenburg. The settlement area lies between forests and lakes. The old village of Schmöckwitz lies at the confluence of several lakes, only accessible from the northern Grünau via the Adlergestell, which continues over the Schmöckwitzer Brücke to the eastern Schmöckwitzwerder to the Wernsdorfer Brücke, as well as with the tram line 68 from Grünau, which continues along the banks of the Dahme past Karolinenhof to Alt-Schmöckwitz. The village of Schmöckwitz is surrounded by forest and water, including the Long Lake, Seddin Lake, Zeuthen Lake, Großen Zug and Krossin Lake.