The architect and master builder Wilhelm Riehmer was both a maverick and a genius. His crowning achievement is this sublime residential ensemble, which he built in 1891 in defiance of the prevailing urban planning conventions of the time. Rather than developing densely packed tenement buildings, Riehmer was determined to create an abundance of open spaces with room for trees, gardens and courtyards. And this unique flair can still be felt today the moment you enter the grounds through the magnificent portals and are transported to a bygone age of splendor and elegance, a refuge from the vibrant bustle of the big city. Only one word does justice to this renovated 3 room apartment in Riehmers Hofgarten: captivating. Replete with beautiful historic details, including ceilings that soar more than 3.50 meters above your head, stucco embellishments, large arched windows, plank floorboards and double wing doors.
- Exceptional residential complex with spacious courtyards, private English courtyard garden and magnificent facade
- Lavish attention to detail and the highest quality materials and restoration work
- Soaring ceilings of over 3.50 meters
- Magnificent arched windows and double-winged doors
”Kreuzberg nights are long“ the popular song from the 1980s is just as relevant today as it was back then. Kreuzberg is one of the city's trendiest neighborhoods with a well-established party culture. There's nothing you could think of that you can't find here from rustic corner pubs to chic clubs to cozy cafés and some really unique bars. Kreuzberg's residents are just as eclectic. The neighborhood is home to people from every walk of life and ethnic background, newcomers and native Berliners, the young and the old alike.
And it is precisely this mix that accounts for Kreuzberg's perennial appeal. This isn't one of the most densely populated parts of the city without good reason! Life is good in Kreuzberg. The west, with its turn of the century period buildings, and the added bonus of the park at Gleisdreieck, is the most attractive part by architectural standards: splendid houses with lavishly decorated façades are a reminder of the rich history of this area. The quiet side streets are still paved with cobblestones, lending a charming nostalgic air. The popular area for afternoon strolls, Bergmannkiez, known to the locals as ”Kreuzberg's Ku'damm“ delights with its many street cafés, restaurants, and little shops.
Floor: 2. OG
No. of Floors: 6
Living Area: 91,25
Old/New Building: Old building
Condition: First occupancy after refurbishment
Completion Date: Sofort
Number of Carparks: 0
Carport Purchase Price: 0
Built-in kitchen: No
Property Type: 1-floor apartment
Energy Pass Type: Verbrauchsausweis
Energy Specific Value: 125