Gotlandstrasse 7/ Ibsenstrasse 62, 10437 Berlin
A magnificent oasis is located in the heart of the lively Szenebezirk of Prenzlauer Berg of Berlin, the "Skandinavische Viertel – Scandinavian Quarters". Especially in the Gotlandstraße7/Ibsenstraße 62 two very highly popular qualities match perfectly: Urban life, embedded in a place of reterat with a lot of green surroundings in front of the house entrance.
Gotlandstraße 7/Ibsenstraße 62 is located in the Nordischen Viertel - Nordic Quarters, in the highly popular borough of Pankow/Prenzlauer Berg, and in a very nice and quiet residential area. There are numerous shopping possibilities directly in the neighbourhood, such as e.g. Mittemeer, a specialist for Mediterranean food products.
The Arnim – Platz, a square with a park structure is only a few minutes’ walk away. It offers enough space for relaxation and leisure. If you wish to have some more hustle and bustle of life, you can be in a ver short time to the Mauerpark or at the Kastanienallee.
This neighbourhood is particularly popular with young residents and families, because apart from the numerous green areas there is also a playground for children in the near vicinity.
In the streets around this area there are many creative shops. A wide spectrum of comfortable bars, Cafés and restaurants wait for you to discover them in the neighbourhood and to abide.
The whole city of Berlin is easily accessible by public transport: the Tram-Stop Schönfließer Strasse is located only a few minutes´ walk away. From here you can reach the underground line U2 at the Schönhauser Allee, which in turn crosses the entire city of Berlin from East to West. The S-Bahn (commuter train) and U-Bahn (Underground train) Station of Schönhauser Allee offers you a quick connection point to Berlin-Mitte on the southern part and to the airports of Tegel and Schönefeld.
Prenzlauer Berg, established in 1920, is a district in Berlin’s Pankow borough. Some 152 761 residents (as of 30 June 2013) appreciate its family-friendly, multicultural atmosphere. Large open spaces such as the Mauerpark, Volkspark Prenzlauer Berg and Anton-Saefkow-Park provide a green oasis of peace in the heart of Berlin. Together with the Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg district, Prenzlauer Berg is one of Berlin’s trendiest neighbourhoods, not only because of its seemingly endless leisure opportunities but also because of its on-going economic and social upswing. Comprehensive refurbishment is one of the key reasons for the district’s increasing popularity. The many classic historic buildings dating from the Wilhelminian era are being restored to their former glory, ensuring that the neighbourhood retains its historic character. The district, covering an area of just under 11 km², has a total of 88 544 residential units and a high rate of influx into, and outflow out of, the area amounting to approx. 40 000 residents annually.
The building in the Gotlandstrasse 7/Ibsenstrasse 62 was erected at arount the year 1920. It consists of a front house as a corner building construction with an entrance on each of the streets and a side wing. Every unit has a separate staircase. There are no elevators.
The building itself has five floors. The roof floor was constructed for residential purposes in the middle of the 1990´s for residential purposes, within this framework a completely new roof was constructed on the object. There is a total of 51 apartment units with areas ranging from 34 m2 to 117 m2. At the courtyard there are bicycle racks.
The apartments of the front house at Ibsenstraße from the 1st to the 4th floor have a balcony facing the street side. In the Gotlandstraße the balconies are directed to the east. All apartments of the roof have at least one balcony each, in direction of the street or at the side of the courtyard.
The partially original, segmented windows at the staircases are an eye – catcher. The beautifully ornately decorated wooden handrails of the staircase and the entrance doors originated in the majority at the time of construction of the building.
The bordering neighbouring land property at Ibsenstraße is an unbuilt green area. The inner courtyard with the green plants in the Western direction is therefore light flooded up to the ground floors.
The object has been carefully maintained throughout the years. There is no necessity for renovation. In the last few years the staircases were lavishly processed and the external façade was designed anew. The building parts have a basement and to every apartment is assigned a basement storage room.
Year of construction: approx. 1920
Commercial units: 1
Entire area: approx. 2.960 m2
|Apt.||Street||Area (m²)||Rooms||Status||Running Costs||Price||Price/m²|
|3||Gotlandstraße 7||97.69||4||Sold||€ -||€ -||€ -|
|4||Gotlandstraße 7||67.24||2||Sold||€ -||€ -||€ -|
|5||Gotlandstraße 7||53.25||1||Sold||€ -||€ -||€ -|
|6||Gotlandstraße 7||60.55||2||Tenanted||€ -||€ -||€ -|
|Gotlandstraße 7||65.79||3||Sold||€ -||€ -||€ -|
|9||Gotlandstraße 7||36.88||1||Sold||€ -||€ -||€ -|
|10||Gotlandstraße 7||41.14||1||Sold||€ -||€ -||€ -|
|11||Gotlandstraße 7||55.02||2||Sold||€ -||€ -||€ -|
|14||Gotlandstraße 7||52.01||1||Sold||€ -||€ -||€ -|
|16||Gotlandstraße 7||36.88||1||Sold||€ -||€ -||€ -|
|17||Ibsenstrasse 62||58.43||2||Sold||€ -||€ -||€ -|
|21||Gotlandstraße 7||39.64||1||Sold||€ -||€ -||€ -|
|23||Gotlandstraße 7||96.98||3||Sold||€ -||€ -||€ -|
|24||Gotlandstraße 7||73.24||2||Sold||€ -||€ -||€ -|
|27||Gotlandstraße 7||57.51||2||Sold||€ -||€ -||€ -|
|29||Gotlandstraße 7||42,06||1||Sold||€ -||€ -||€ -|
|31||Gotlandstraße 7||40,14||1||Sold||€ -||€ -||€ -|
|32||Gotlandstraße 7||40.07||1||Sold||€ -||€ -||€ -|
|34||Gotlandstraße 7||69.72||2||Sold||€ -||€ -||€ -|
|43||Gotlandstraße 7||41.53||1||Sold||€ -||€ -||€ -|
|45||Gotlandstraße 7||57,51||2||Sold||€ -||€ -||€ -|