At a glance

18 residential units
3 commercial units
40 - 126 m2
1 - 4 rooms
Price on request

Attractive and well-kept Berlin old building in Friedenau (Schöneberg)

This classic historic Berlin tenement building was constructed in 1890 and comprises 18 residential units and three commercial units. The building has a full-sized basement level with cellars and features two entrances. The whole of the top floor was extended in 1995. The building is in a good and well-maintained condition.

Green and quiet residential area near Bundesplatz

This tenement building is located on a quiet side street in the heart of the genteel district of Friedenau. This centrally located residential area to the south of City-West (Charlottenburg) is famed for its beautiful Gründerzeit-era buildings with front gardens, tree-lined streets and beautiful squares.

Hauptstraße and Rheinstraße to the east are both home to numerous cafés, bars and restaurants as well as shops selling the necessities of daily life. Just a few metres away lies the ‘Bundesplatz’ U-Bahn and S-Bahn station (U9, S41, 42, 45, 46), providing ideal transport connections.

  • Only a 3-minute walk to the S+U train station “Bundesplatz
  • In 12 minutes by public transport you can reach the University of Economics and Law (HWR)
  • The Botanical Garden is only 7 minutes away by car
  • The shopping mile Kurfürstendamm is only 14 minutes away by public transport.
  • The Grunewald hunting lodge is only 18 minutes away by bike.

Unit Overview

Unit number Location Floor Number of rooms Living area (approx.) vacant/let Status
01Front building-1378 m2letavailableMore
03Front building14119 m2vacantsold
07Front building24124 m2vacantsold
09Front building34126 m2vacantreservedMore
11Front building43.597 m2vacantavailableMore
13Front building-1129 m2letsold
14Side wing0263 m2vacantsold
20Front building3260 m2vacantsold
21Side wing32.558 m2vacantsold

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