Address Erich-Weinert-Strasse 139
Area Prenzlauer Berg
Renovation possibility: Top floor maisonette with west-facing terrace and huge glass roof
The highlights are:
• ideal conditions to create a great interior with a few movements
• open interior design with more than 5 meter high ceilings
• terrace with west exposure
• big glass roof
• glass/steel staircase
• modern white lacquered fitted kitchen
• video intercom
• post-modern building by the architect Wilhelm Lehmann
- Price 470.000 EUR
- Monthly cost 401,00 EUR
- City Berlin
- Address Erich-Weinert-Strasse 139
- Rooms 3 rooms
- Size 81 m² I Penthouse duplex with glass roof
- Floor Top floor
- Construction year 1998
In this modern attic duplex you really experience Berlin sky. The huge, two-storey glass surfaces flood the rooms with light and sun. The two-storey ceiling height of up to 5 meters ensures an open living ambience. The high-tech character is underlined by the materials steel, glass, white tiles and walls. A cozy wooden parquet floor contrasts with this.
From the corridor you reach the bathroom located on the left side. It has a bathtub and is tiled in a neutral white tone and fulfills all conveniences of modern living, including washing machine. Next to it is the small study or bedroom with a large west-facing window.
The open kitchen and dining area offers many furnishing options and in the fitted kitchen, the contrasts of high-gloss, white lacquered surfaces and brown wood tones are repeated.
From the dining area you can reach the approx. 10 m² big west-facing terrace with panoramic views as far as to the old brick tower, part of the former pumping station and today a studio by the Hamburg artist Jonathan Meese.
The simple, elegant glass staircase leads to the upper floor, where the open living area is located. From there you have a fantastic view of the Berlin sky through the huge glass surfaces. The adjoining bedroom is designed as a semi-open room and thus offers space for intimacy, but also communication to the living area.
The maisonette apartment thus offers the perfect space for communicative and private living needs and all the benefits of a big city life: being in the midst of urban life, but still in privacy through the high, free location with light, air and sun.
The building in Prenzlauer Berg has some typical features of postmodern architecture: clinker facade, lattice windows and pent roofs - to name only a few. The red clinker façade is vividly structured by bay windows and rhythmically arranged lattice windows. This also applies to the roofscape, which is covered with titanium zinc sheet and forms the harmonious finish of the versatile façade. The high-quality materials ensure a long, unchanged lifespan. In sum, contemporary architecture, which can already be described as typical in terms of formal language, color concept, material selection and floor plan conception - architecture that may later be classified as an architectural monument.
Other special features include: common laundry rooms, district heating, modern basement storage, parking spaces for prams in the underground car park (directly accessible via the elevator).
The Erich-Weinert-Strasse stretches across the Prenzlauer Berg, from Greifswalder Strasse to Schönhauser Allee. It is a quiet side street and of particular importance for pedestrian and bicycle traffic. In the immediate vicinity is the small "Triangle Square", where Café Goldstück, Feinkostler and the famous restaurant "Zur Haxe" lure. And iust opposite is the State Ballet School and School of Artistry. The small green lung "Park am Ostseeplatz" offers space for chilling or barbecuing and the one who wants to do his daily jogging in the morning, just runs around the nearby Weissensee.
The bus stop Greifswalder Strasse is a 6-minute walk away and from here you can reach Alexanderplatz by tram M4 and M1 in about 10 minutes and easily the rest of Berlin by the Ringbahn.