This is a wonderful and sonny loft apartment on the 5th floor (with elevator) of an old telegraph factory from the year 1890. During the GDR time, the building was a radio factory and has been used as a scenery for the moovie "Eight Miles High" after the Fall of the Berlin Wall.This factory building has been rebuilt in 2010 into individual apartments. Due to the unusual height of the building, you have from here a view over Berlin, from Alex to Tempelhof airport, Neuköln and the "Treptowers". This factory bulding is located in a quiet backyard of the Karl-Kunger street. From there, you can reach the Gölitzer Parc, the famous SO36, Neuköll, the Treptower Parc and the shore of the Spree River in a few minutes walk.
The apartment has an app. 60m2 livingroom with an open kitchen, a app. 25m2 bedroom with an open bathroom, a 12 m2 room with a piano and a sofa bed, a separated toilet, and a 12 m2 terrace.
Tha apartment is family friendly and - for current reasons - safe for small children. On demand, a baby crib, a changing table and a high chair are at one's disposal.(see pictures). There is also a sandbox in the courtyard.
As facilities, there is a completely furnished Kitchen with a gas stove, a electric furnace, a dishwasher, a refridgarator and freezer, a wasching machine, Internet (VDSL50 with WLAN), a video projector wich you can connect on a computer, a stereo equipment, a piano, a brazier, an awning on the terrace. In the bedroom, the is a double bed, in the bathroom, there is a bathtub and a separated rain shower. The sofa in the livingroom can also be used as a third bed.
In the range of 200 m. there is the bus line 194 (north-south connexions) and the bus lines 104 and 164 (east- west connexions). In 10 min. walk, you can also reach the metro station "Treptower Park"
Up to now, we have always found a parking place within 200 meters around.
We are a small family. Lars is 38, german and musician (trompet player) and I (Andrée-Anne) am 28, come from Québec, Canada. I'm studying french and spanisch teaching as second languages.