Small Oasis In A Privileged, Berlin Location

Tellheimstraße, Berlin, Germany
Price Upon Request
MLS 995209
Web code BORI
Status Active

Key Details

Full Baths
2
Year Built
1972

Overview

The two-family house, built in 1972, is located on a nicely landscaped and south-west facing plot of 603 m². This offer also includes a second 426 m² plot of land, built on with a small house from the 1920s. Both plots together offer attractive usage options. The house with its 217 m ² of living space is in the middle of the green and is still perfectly connected. It is currently used as a two-family house with two self-sufficient residential units, but they can also be used as one large residential unit without any problems. After entering the house one...

arrives in the stairwell, via which one reaches the two residential units on the ground floor and on the upper floor as well as the basement. Both apartments are divided identically. They offer a spacious entrance area, which can also be used as a beautiful dining hall, to which the large kitchen with built-in kitchen and a view of the garden connects. The living room next to it impresses with its brightness and also with a view of the garden or the terrace and the greenery. The guest toilet and the bathroom with bathtub or with a separate shower and bathtub and three bedrooms can be reached through the hallway. In the upper apartment, the guest toilet has been replaced by a utility room. The living rooms of the upper living unit are provided with laminate, in the lower living rooms with parquet and cork flooring. The top floor, a large room over the entire length of the house with a lofty height, has not been developed and is currently used as additional storage space. The house is completely built with a basement and offers enough space and storage rooms with its 116m² usable area. There are two storage rooms and a boiler room, a party room, a guest room with heating and a storage room with toilet. All basement rooms have good daylight. There is no garage, but the property entrance offers enough space for the family's cars. The paintings on the front and back of the house are by the artist Dieter Herzberg, who grew up in the house.

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