A unique neighborhood atmosphere and idyllic parkland – welcome to Lucy-Lameck-Strasse in Berlin-Neukölln! In the old residential building from 1900, a total of 29 residential units are waiting for new owners and residents who want to settle in the direct vicinity of the in-ner-city park, the Hasenheide. The tenement building at Lucy-Lameck-Strasse 15 is still largely in its original condition, consisting of a front building, a side wing and rear wing. ln the front building, an elevator leads to the residential units. Both here and in the street-side part of the side wing, the top floor was converted a few years ago. The building has a total of 29 apartments, eight of which can be purchased as rented investments. The rest of the stock offers owner-occupiers the ideal opportunity to fulfill their dream of owning their own private home. With 1 to 5 room apartments and sizes ranging from approx. 31 to 114 sqm, everyone will find the right place for their needs. In the course of the modernization measures, the facade of the apartment building was repainted. Also, in some apartments the bathroom was refurbished or maintained, walls and ceilings were repainted and floor-boards in the rooms were renewed.
At a glance:
• Old building from 1900
• Front building, side wing, rear wind
• Ground floor to attic
• Elevator in the front building
• A total of 29 residential units
• 8 rented apartments as capital investment
• 21 residential units for owner-occupiers
• Sizes from approx. 31 sqm to 114 sqm
• 1 to 5 rooms
• Partly with balcony
The Reuterkiez is one of the most sought-after neighborhoods in Berlin and is located in the so-called “Kreuzkölln”, located directly between the districts of Kreuzberg and Neukölln. In the heart of the district is Reuterstrasse, a quiet street between Karl-Marx-Straße and Sonnenallee. From there you are in a few moments on the idyllic Maybach shore with the legendary weekly market and only a stone’s throw away from the lively Hermannplatz.
Cafés and multicultural shops are more everyday than the exception in this district. Small galleries and fashion shops reflect the charm of the district just as much as the typical German corner pub, of which many can still be found in the district.
One of the most extensive parks is not far from Hermannplatz, the Hasenheide. There, walkers, joggers or even minigolf enthusiasts will find enough space to romp about. Families or couples can use the wide meadows and woods for picnics or relaxing hours.
In the Kiez, old-established as well as newcomers feel equally at home, which leads to a balanced mix of the street scene and ensures the continuing popularity of the dis-trict. Convince yourself during a walk through this unique part of Berlin!