Investment in the Metropolis. Between science and history. Spree-Properties: Investment opportunities in Berlin Charlottenburg
Over seven floors, this well-kept townhouse built in the 1980s offers 34 apartments. Its airy floor plans range from two to four rooms, with living areas of around 66 to 114 square metres. Both staircases have elevator access, all apartments have balconies facing the quiet courtyard and the evening sun. The ground floor apartments have special rights of use for terraces. As the living areas of the four-room apartments have about 30 square meters, they form the light-flooded center of the apartment. In accordance with the funding requirements at the time, the four-room apartments have guest WCs. The house is connected to the district heating network and is in good condition. New fire protection doors and a modern ventilation concept are planned. Until December 31, 2030, the apartments are subject to the Housing Ties Act in conjunction with the Housing Promotion Act. This means that the promotion conditions end at the same time as the special protection against termination according to §577a BGB. Subsidized apartments are excluded from the planned rent cap. For you, this means reliable planning with sustainable current rents between EUR 7.00/sqm and 7.50/qm. Given the central location, the good maintenance condition of the common property, practical floor plans and sustainable rental income, this is a valuable and future-proof investment.
|Ground floor||4,0||112,81 m²||rented||446.900,00 EUR||available||6354|
|Ground floor||2,0||65,55 m²||rented||-||sold||6341|
|3||2,0||67,16 m²||rented||288.900,00 EUR||reserved||6349|
|6||2,0||68,82 m²||rented||328.900,00 EUR||reserved||6353|
Being located centrally and close to the palace are only two attributes that describe this quiet and classic West Berlin address. The former summer castle Sophie Charlotte's is only 10 minutes away and offers wonderful walks and many smaller and larger celebrations, concerts, and a Christmas market right in front of the castle. Eastward and only 10 minutes by bike along the waterfront is the Campus Charlottenburg. The inner-city university area is one of the largest in Europe and is home to the Technical University (TU) Berlin, the University of the Arts Berlin (UdK) and the Innovation Centre (CHIC) with over 5.500 sqm of office and commercial space for young companies from the creative industries and innovative technologies. As an extension of Richard-Wagner-Straße, Wintersteinstraße connects the Deutsche Oper with the river Spree. Along the Spree, the scenic area with the Russian Orthodox Church with its golden onion domes and the Austria Park invites you to take a stroll. Connection: U9 Richard-Wagner-Platz 10 minutes from Kurfürstendamm City highway 7 minutes