The typical period building is located in the heart of Berlin Prenzlauer Berg, in the Winsviertel. The Kollwitzplatz, famous for its many small cafes and popular restaurants, is just around the corner. The Volkspark Friedrichshain or the Hufelanderstraße are within a few minutes walking distance.
Architecturally, the building is a witness to the growth of Berlin as it became a city with several million inhabitants. The house was built between 1897 and 1898 by Max Gosebruch, and the building displays stylistic features from the Gründerzeit. In combination with the ornate plasterwork and the bossage in the plinth area, the clinker brick façade stands out from the other buildings along the street.
Inside the building, there are other classic original features: impressive apartment doors, curved staircases, glass art, and wall paintings all tell the story of the building.
The 2 rooms apartment is on the 2nd floor and is practical and well designed. The apartment consists of 1 bedroom, a living room, a separate kitchen and a bathroom. The apartment also has stucco elements and typical old building ceiling heights.
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