Amazing Period Flats in Weitlingkiez Neighbourhood

In short, Irenenstrasse 15 offers period building charm in a quiet residential area in Lichtenberg. More and more people have come to appreciate the benefits of living in the Weitlingkiez neighbourhood. This is unsurprising if you take the time to walk through nearby streets with their dense stock of trees and their well-preserved period buildings. Moreover, there is plenty of evidence that this is a neighbourhood evolved over many years: Cafés and boutique stores, playgrounds and green spaces provide opportunities for casual encounters, and it cannot be overstated how important such places are for a metropolis like Berlin during turbulent times.

The charming multi-unit dwelling at Irenenstrasse 15, built in 1907, welcomes you with an arched entranceway and a façade painted in a warm hue. The property thus blends harmoniously into the streetscape of the quarter, which is characterised by numerous open areas and perimeter blocks with spacious inner courtyards. Residents of the building on Irenenstrasse have the use of a landscaped courtyard fringed by the front building and side building. Here, you are sheltered from noisy city life while being right in the middle of it!

Among the highlights of this apartment building are south-facing bay windows and balconies on the upper floors for the sunny time of year.The house divides into flats of 1 to 5 bedrooms and ranging from about 35 to 112 square metres in size. Original board floors and original plaster ornaments preserved in most of the flats underline the period building ambience so typical for Berlin. Large double-cased windows and generously sized floor plans complement the unique character of the flats. As a result, residents live in an exceptionally warm and bright residential ambience. The bright, spacious kitchens leave ample space for a dining area in addition to the fitted kitchenettes. In many of the flats, pantries annexed to the kitchens provide extra storage space. Most of the bathrooms, which get natural light, are tiled and equipped with bathtubs, while a few have showers only. The stairwell of the well-appointed building still features elements of a typical Berlin period building, such as original wooden hand railings and coloured wall tiles.

Three unfinished attic flats of 75 to 68 square metres are available on the top floor, awaiting fit-out by the buyer. Laid out as 2- or 3-bedroom arrangements, they lend themselves to bespoke interior decoration.

Come and let yourself be tempted by the charm of the Weitlingkiez neighbourhood! Add extra safety to your plans for the future by going for homeownership. We will gladly assist and advise you if you are interested in buying a condominium.