The apartment has 36 sqm, one room with small kitchen, very comfortable bathroom with floor heating and at-grade shower, corridor. The double bed can be separated into two single beds. It´s equipped with hot plates, microwave, waterboiler, coffemachine, toaster, fridge, TV, DVD Player, Mini Hifi System (i-pod compatible), W-LAN. Towels and bedclothes are included.It´s located in the 4 floor, side wing of the building (no elevator). Very quiet and bright with
modern furniture. Recently renovated. Charming ambience.
Hall parquet, heating, TV/DVD/Hifi with MP3 Player connection, baking-oven/microwave, Kaffemaschine, toaster, stove, water digester and hair dryer. Internet connexion, bedlinen and towels available.
It´s located in a very agil and trendy part of Berlin in the heart of the Prenzlauer Berg, with lots of Bars, Restaurants, Cinemas, Boutiques etc. and very close to the main tubeline as well as a taxi stand.
PRICE PER MONTH
1-2 Pers/Month / 900 € + Agency fees not included (21% VAT included) + Deposit + 5 EUR bank fees
Please check the calendar for vacancies. The reservation can be started with the above inquiry form. The agency fee has to be paid in advance. The rent has to be paid at the arrival in the apartment, when reciving the keys. A copy of your passport can be requested by the owner of the flat.
HOW TO GET THERE
Metro L2: Eberswalderstrasse U2
Arrival “Tegel” Airport
Take the Bus in TXL to Metro station: ” Alexanderplatz”. Then with the Metro L2( U-Bahn Linie 2) take direction – Pankow- and get off at “Eberswalderstrasse” station.It will take you from the airport TXL to the apartment more or less 45 mn. Arrival at “Schönefeld” Airport
Walk from the Terminal to “’chönefeld Railstation” (it will take you 6 min walk). Take the metro to “Alexanderplatz”. Change to Ligne 2 direction – Pankow – and get off at ” Eberswalderstrasse “. It will take you 1 hour from the airport to the apartment.
- 4th floor without lift
- Air conditioning
- Bed sheets and towels available
- Bed: Double
- Coffee machine
- Condition: comfortable
- Cooking utensils
- Dining table
- Floor: Parquet
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Fully furnished
- Furniture: IKEA Style
- Hair dryer
- Hi-Fi Stereo
- INTERNET WiFi
- Night table
- Smoking Allowed
- Water filter
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