– – ID 1783
About this property
The residential and commercial building in Hasenheide 67, built in 1900, is a typical Berlin old building that blends into the streetscape of the popular district of Neukölln. With strikingly large double-box windows and bay windows, some of which were designed with three-wing windows, the apartment building has an almost sophisticated appearance. Spacious balconies or loggias both on the front building and on the side wings underline the charm of the old building, which promises a bright and spacious living atmosphere.
Located within walking distance of the Südstern underground station and on the border of the Volkspark Hasenheide, all the advantages of urban life can be enjoyed here. A front building with two side wings is divided into extremely generously proportioned 1- to 4-room apartments of around 53 to 150 square metres. The building blocks enclose a green inner courtyard with bicycle parking spaces, which offers a view of the Volkspark and the impressive St. Johannes Basilica.
The old building character of the house is continued in the apartments thanks to the predominantly original floorboards and wooden cassette doors, some of which are hinged doors. In addition, some apartments are equipped with additional guest WC and storerooms.
In 1990, the residential building was extended by six attic apartments, two of which were designed as 3-room maisonettes with about 97 square metres. The other attic apartments have two rooms and have areas of about 58 to 84 square meters. The roof terraces associated with the apartments invite you to relax and enjoy a view over the roofs of Berlin.
The apartments are assigned their own and communal cellar rooms. The facade of the well-preserved building will receive a new fresh coat of paint in spring 2019.