Corner rooftop apartment with eye-catching black kitchen, oak planks, two terraces, floor heating, a/c and elevator
The highlights are:
• corner location with two large roof terraces and a view over the roofs of Kreuzberg
• custom-made black designer fitted kitchen with island and bar
• floor-to-ceiling window elements, skylights and ceiling heights of up to 3.10 m
• consistent design concept with the dominant colors white and gray, contrasted by warm wood tones
• generous loft feeling through open living / dining and kitchen area with exposed beams
• exciting fixtures such as a bookcase wall that serves as a room divider
• ensuite bathroom with shower and bathtub as well as a guest bathroom
• high-quality details from Grohe, Samsung, Bauknecht and AEG
• technical refinements such as underfloor heating, air conditioning, elevator, VeluxDFF (Quattro) windows, projector, Sonos system, district heating
• located in the popular Eisenbahnkiez with the Markthalle Neun on the doorstep and the Spree around the corner
- Status Sold
- Monthly cost 450,00 EUR
- City Berlin
- Area Kreuzberg
- Address Pücklerstrasse
- Rooms 3-4 rooms
- Size 138 m²
- Floor 5th, front building
- Construction year 1918
This 138 square meter apartment is located on the 5th floor of a completely renovated Wilhelminian style building from 1918. The corner situation guarantees light, air and sun from two sides (south-east / north-east). Two roof cuts have created two large roof terraces, which means that the light, together with various roof windows, enters deep into the interior of the apartment.
Goodbye cloudy winter light, as you live high up and look out over the green terraces. The floor-to-ceiling window elements of the terraces and the ceiling heights of up to 3.10 m promote the impression of generosity and space; simply giving a good feeling of space and privacy. The white ceilings also support this.
In addition to its size, the apartment also impresses with a strict design concept. Classic white dominates as the ceiling and wall color, present also on the tiles in the kitchen. Gray was only used as an accent color in the children's / study room, and the gray-blue mosaic tiles in the showers. Black comes into play as another darker gradation in the various, precisely fitting cabinet fixtures. Kitchen fixtures and bookcase wall (usable on both sides) should also be mentioned.
Nothing has been left to chance, right down to the very last detail. The coolness of the triad black, gray and white was contrasted with natural-colored wood. Oak parquet, wooden supports, wooden beams and wooden windows create an exciting and warm contrast. Classic design principles were implemented consistently and uncompromisingly. This apartment lives from this load-bearing structural framework. A perfect result down to the last detail, for example with the fittings in the bathroom or the mirror adapted to the sloping ceiling.
Vistas, views and transparency, among other things through glass panes above the wall unit, achieve this unique, harmonious overall result of colors, shapes, materials and fittings. A playful interaction with old and new, of course, also exists. Here, beauty, perfect craftsmanship, the latest technology and cutting-edge design are combined to create a unique living experience.
Further (technical) highlights include: parquet flooring (oak) with underfloor heating, projector with electric screen, Sonos sound system, VeluxDFF with triple glazing, air conditioning from Samsung, Bauknecht appliances in the kitchen paired with Blanco fittings and sink, Grohe fittings and Keramag ceramics in the bathrooms, electricity and water connections on the terraces, Gira switch series, district heating and a cellar room.
The building located in Kreuzberg on the corner of Pücklerstrasse and Wrangelstrasse shows the distinctive features of historicist buildings. Windows in vertical format regularly arranged with cleaning flasks, bay windows, saddle roof with pronounced cornice, friezes, sloping facade for a square-like extension towards the intersection, etc.
When the facade was renovated a restrained white-gray was used. As a result, a graffiti that stretches across the entire facade to the street corner receives undivided attention. State-of-the-art facade design meets solid history, old meets new, underground art in an environment of classic perfection, a kind of tongue-in-cheek commitment to what was actually formerly "forbidden".
The interior of the building, on the other hand, emphasizes the history. Gray as a neutral color lets doors, balusters and wall friezes shine in new splendor. The steps and stair stringers were painted in a dark burgundy red which goes perfectly with the rest. A matching sisal runner protects the steps and at the same time dampens the impact noise. In the entrance area, matching colored ornamental tiles meet the gray, gray-white and bordeaux of the walls and stairs, so that even in the semi-public area, skilful design was successfully implemented and residents and guests are received in a dignified manner. Outside and inside form a unit that delights the beholder's eye every day. Simple, well-done and yet so rare.
The Pücklerstrasse is located in the Eisenbahnkiez, a popular part of Kreuzberg and not far from the Spree river and Görlitzer Park. The epitome of the neighborhood is of course the world-famous Markthalle Neun. Here, the young, international Berlin people gather during Street Food Thursday and otherwise one can meet the weekly market with its farmers, whose products tell of a new urban-rural relationship. In terms of culinary delights, the Richard Restaurant (gourmet restaurant with a vegetarian menu) and the Long March Canteen (right in the building!) are just great spots.
The Görlitzer Park invites you to go for a morning jog and for a sundowner it is best to head over the Spree river, which is only a 6-minute walk away.
If you still want to get away, you can either take the underground from Görlitzer Park (a 5 minutes' walk) or comfortably jump into one of the many car-sharing cars right outside the front door (you can almost always find a parking space). Oh yes, and BER can be reached in just 33 minutes and the main station in 18 minutes.