Osloer Straße 110 is centrally located in Berlin-Wedding between the Osloer Straße underground station and the Bornholmer Straße S-Bahn station, the former border crossing between West and East Berlin.
The classic old building in Osloer Strasse is a residential and commercial building with 26 residential and three commercial units dating from 1910. In the front building and side wing, spacious 1- to 5-room apartments of 43 to 163 square metres are spread over four floors. It is possible to extend the roof extension by a further 274 square metres.
The front building can be reached via two separate stairwells, in which many beautiful stucco elements as well as original wooden railings, house and apartment doors have been preserved. The small inner courtyard with bicycle storage facilities leads to the equally tasteful staircase of the side wing.
The apartments in the front building have balconies or bay windows with large windows that allow plenty of light into the spacious rooms. The old building character of the apartments is underlined by high ceilings as well as wooden cassette doors and partially original floorboards.
Hot water preparation and heating are provided by a central gas and hot water supply system. The heating system was renewed in 2009 and the pipe system modernised. In autumn 2018, the façade will be provided with a bright, attractive colour concept and the balconies on the street side and the wooden double-box windows have been redesigned.
This cozy and sunny apartment is located on the third floor of a Osloer strasse 110. As you enter the apartment, you’ll notice the open-plan layout, which makes the space feel bright and spacious.
The apartment consists of one bedroom and one bathroom, making it the perfect space for a single person or a couple. The bedroom is large enough to fit a queen-sized bed and has plenty of natural light flowing through the windows.
One of the highlights of this apartment is the balcony, which provides a tranquil space to relax and enjoy the view. It’s the perfect spot to enjoy a cup of coffee or read a book on a sunny day.
The bathroom is modern and features a shower, sink, and toilet. The apartment also has a lift, making it easy to access the apartment without having to use the stairs.
The living room is a bright and airy space, which is ideal for entertaining guests. The kitchen is fully equipped with modern appliances and plenty of storage space, making cooking and meal preparation a breeze.
At first glance Wedding seems to be a district of contrasts, but at second glance they merge into a colourful mosaic. Wedding is one of Berlin’s liveliest neighbourhoods with the greatest cultural diversity. A diverse mix of shops from various supermarkets to vegetable merchants to Turkish bakeries and various cafés and snack bars show the colourful mixture of the inhabitants. In addition to the Gesundbrunnen-Center with over 100 shops, there are small fashion studios in the side streets or a bookstore with a café as a cultural meeting point.
As varied as the gastronomic and business offerings are, so varied are the leisure activities: from fitness studio, indoor swimming pool, the children’s museum Labyrinth and a family library to cultural highlights in the Uferstudios or the cinema Alhambra, Wedding has something to offer for every taste. Everything can be found in the immediate vicinity and can easily be reached on foot or by tram, bus or underground.
Almost inconspicuously, the little river Panke runs from Osloer Straße through the quarter and invites you to walk or jog along its banks with footpaths and cycle paths. Only a little further away you can spend hours in the green of the nearby Volkspark Humboldthain in the middle of the city or enjoy the sun in the summer bath during the warm season. From the observation tower in the park you have a wonderful view over the city.
Wedding – the northernmost part of Berlin Mitte and in the immediate vicinity of the trendy district of Prenzlauer Berg – is rising in popularity. It attracts young people in particular because of its optimal location, the colourful atmosphere and the comparatively low rents. The district is also particularly attractive due to its proximity to the Charité Clinic Campus and the renowned Beuth University with its international courses of study.