Lavishly restored listed building in the town center of Köpenick

by Bjoern | 08. Aug 2016 | News

Köpenick is in all Berlin districts perhaps the one with the biggest local pride. It does make a fine but important difference whether one comes from Köpenick or from the rest of Berlin. And this has, as always, to do with history. Established as a Slavic fishing village, this part of Berlin has been inhabited for nearly 1200 years. And in no other district of Berlin, the historic building is better preserved. You now have the opportunity to become the owner of a rare architectural gem.

To date, the long and varied history of the originally baroque house is visible in its various areas. The oldest parts date from 1665, the latest from the 20th century. Around 1998 the entire complex was renovated under strict conservation Pads. The architect and the owner placed special emphasis on the visibility and contrast of old and new. In this way, a unique residential and commercial building was built in the stunning surroundings of the Köpenicker Altstadt. The steadily increasing demand for real estate in Köpenick make this let property a safe investment.
In the front room and in the right wing there are four apartments and two stores. The left-story wing is another unit (originally studio) and was developed as a commercial area. All units are currently rented. The garden is oriented to the west and has uninterrupted views to the Köpenicker Church. Mature trees create an oasis of calm and relaxation. The total area of ​​the apartments is approximately 255 m², added approximately 187 sqm of commercial space and a plot size of more than 1100 m².


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