Stylish studio apartment for rent in Neukölln

30 m2, Floor: 5Berlin
1 Room1 Bed2 People5 Monthsmin. stay

About this listing

This studio apartment on Reuterstraße, in Neukölln is 30 m² and comes equipped with central heating. The stylish property receives good natural light, and has a nicely renovated bathroom, double bed, and a kitchen with a microwave and dishwasher. The apartment is located in a lively and up and coming area with plenty to explore. You will find cafes, restaurants and bars within walking distance, as well as shops and all the essential amenities. There are also good public transport links to travel around the city. The kitchen is modern, with stylish black cabinetry. The apartment has a double bed and a sofa bed The bathroom is beautifully tiled and has a walk-in shower. There a washing machine and strings to dry your washing inside the apartment. The double bed can be separated from the living area by a curtain. Beautiful Volkspark is located in the area. Property type: apartment Number of bathrooms: 1 Floor: 5th Elevator: yes Wi-Fi installed: yes Wi-Fi activated: yes Floor area: 30 m² Maximum occupancy: 2


  • General
  • Elevator
  • Accessible
  • Washing machine
  • Kitchen
  • Dish washer
  • Coffee machine
  • Fridge
  • Microwave
  • Cutlery
  • Bathroom
  • Shower
  • Towels
  • Other
  • Detergents
  • Bed clothes
  • WiFi


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Additional Information

Neukölln 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) Overview 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 area’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 Berlin’s largest art and cultural festival, 48 Stunden Neukölln. Hermannplatz station is 7 minutes away and serves as an interchange between the lines U7 and U8. It is one of the busiest stations on the Berlin U-Bahn system

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