Braunschweiger Straße, Berlin

Braunschweiger Straße

Berlin, Germany
  • 1 bedroom
  • apartment
  • Surface Area: 55m2
  • Furnished
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€1150 Monthly
1 bedroom Furnished
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A sunny 1-bedroom apartment with all bills included is available to rent in Neukölln, Berlin. The property is spacious, and it has a big, comfortable living room with a sofa, armchairs, a big table, and a cool chalkboard. The kitchen is sizable and has all of the essentials, including an oven, an electric stove, and plenty of storage space. The bathroom is colorful, and there is a washing machine for you to use in it.

Neukölln is a trendy, youthful neighborhood to the south of the Berlin city center. Well-connected by public transportation, Neukölln also has plenty of restaurants, bars, cafes, and shops for you to enjoy!

* There is a washing machine in the property.
* The living room is spacious and comfortable.

* Wi-Fi is not installed in the apartment.

* Property type: apartment
* Number of bathrooms: 1
* Floor area: 55?m?²
* Wi-Fi installed: no

* Speaks English: no
* Lives on property: no
* Deposit: €1000
* Payment method: cash; bank transaction

**Required documents:**

* Copy of passport: yes

* The property is a 9-minute walk from the Karl-Marx-Straße U-Bahn station, and a 10-minute walk from the Sonnenallee S-Bahn station.


**In one word:** Bohemian

**Closest Metro:** Hermannplatz (U7, U8), Karl Marx Strasse (U7), Berlin Neukölln (U7, S41, S42, S45-47), Rathaus Neukölln (U7), Hermann Strasse (U8, S41, S42, S45-47), and Sonnenallee (S41, S42, S45, S46)

**Move here to be near:** Körnerpark, Britzer Garten, Neukölln Museum, Volkspark Hasenheide, Weser Strasse, and Hufeisensiedlung

**Suitable for:** Students, artists, intellectual 20-somethings

**Can I afford it?** € – €€ (Budget – mid-range)


Whatever your opinion of gentrification, Neukölln is the perfect example of it. Until 1912, this area was known as Rixdorf and it was home to refugees from Bohemia. Today, more than 40% of its occupants are immigrants. The area has undergone a remarkable renaissance and now offers an intriguing mix of Turkish bakeries and hip bars and boutiques.

**What can I do here?**

On Tuesdays and Fridays check out Maybachufer, a famous Turkish market with food, textiles, and other treasures. Wind down on the weekends at one of the areaand's parks, or visit Stadtbad Neukölln, an indoor swimming pool, thermal baths, and sauna. Top it off in the evening with a visit to the beloved burger joint, Berlinburger International, or a specialty cocktail at Tier Bar.

**Fascinating fact**

In June, Neukölln plays host to Berlinand's largest art and cultural festival, 48 Stunden Neukölln.