Top residential location in Prenzlauer Berg in the monument ensemble "Göhrener Ei"
Göhrener Straße 7, 10437 Berlin – Prenzlauer Berg
The building ensemble of the so-called "Göhrener Ei" consists of several apartment buildings, all of which were built in Art Nouveau style in the early 20th century. The buildings are grouped around a round-oval square and show a closed historical development with typical Berlin old building character. Building No. 07 has stucco details in the staircase and an attractively landscaped courtyard. During the basic renovation of the property in 2002 / 2003, among other things, balconies were added to the side wing and all trades of the building were renewed. The house with a total of 22 residential units has gas central heating and central water heating and has a basement. The attics have already been converted into apartments. All apartments in the building are still subject to an occupancy commitment under a development agreement with Investitionsbank Berlin, which runs until the end of 2023.
This charming 2-room apartment is located on the 3rd floor of the side wing and has 59.75 m², which is divided into a small hallway, two spacious rooms (one of them as a kitchen-living room) and a spacious bathroom with tub. A small balcony is available and offers views of the charmingly landscaped courtyard and the facades of the neighboring buildings. The windows are made of wood and were renewed during the modernization of the building. Despite orientation to the north, the rooms offer pleasant light conditions and tranquil old building flair, which is emphasized by floorboards, original coffered doors and delicate stucco details in the bedroom.
The apartment is sold rented for capital investment.
In the heart of Prenzlauer Berg, Göhrener Straße is a quiet residential street with beautiful trees between Danziger Straße and Helmholtzplatz. Thus, this residential location offers not only a good connection to public transport and to the diverse range of cafés and restaurants within the bustling Helmholtz-Kiez, but also a micro residential location where the liveliness of Prenzlauer Berg is well tempered. Here, tranquility mixes with a dynamic neighborhood feeling.