- High ceilings - Parquet flooring - Floorboards - Elevator - Loggia - Stucco - bay window
The stately Wilhelminian style building was erected in 1911 as a four-story residential and commercial building. It consists of a striking street-facing building, along with two side wings as well as a courtyard building. It is divided into a total of 5 commercial units and 23 historic apartments as well as three new apartments, which were built at the attic level. The building is accessible via a staircase in the front building and two staircases leading from the side wings to the courtyard building. Extensive renovation work on the property has been underway since last year and should be completed by the end of this year. The current project includes the following measures, among others: Addition of balconies, renewal of fresh and waste water pipes, installation of new electrical risers and installation of new electrical meters in the central meter room, installation of an intercom system with video function, facade work, revision and/or new installation of windows and balcony doors, redesign of the courtyard area, renovation of the staircases, conversion and extension of the attic for residential purposes (completion expected in autumn 2023), addition of an elevator to the front building and sealing of the basement ceiling. The apartment for sale, located in the front building of the 2nd floor, is characterized by room heights of about 3.40 m and classic old building elements such as parquet flooring, floorboards, stucco decorations, coffered doors, loggia, etc.. It is accessible both via the carefully renovated staircase and, from February 2023, via the newly constructed elevator. The apartment has been occupied by the current tenant since 2001 and is lovingly furnished. The apartment is heated by gas floor heating.
Neue Hochstraße is a quiet residential street which runs parallel to Chauséestraße at the intersection of the Mitte and Wedding districts, in the immediate vicinity of Berlin’s famous Dorotheenstädtischer Friedhof. Chausséestraße, which is only 200 m away, in turn crosses the vibrant Berlin district of Mitte in a north-south direction and is an extension of the famous Friedrichsstraße, which then becomes Müllerstraße in Wedding. The Museum of Natural History is one subway stop away. The central Friedrichstrasse train station as well as Berlin's main train station can each be reached in about 10 minutes. The best known resident on Chausséestraße is the Federal Intelligence Service, which recently moved here and employs 4,000 people. The building, designed by Berlin architects Kleihues + Kleihues and affectionately christened "Umzugskiste" („Moving box“) by Berliners, is about 500 metres away. A little further in the other direction is the Wedding S-Bahn station with its Ringbahn connection and U6 stop, as well as several bus lines. There are also numerous shopping facilities, doctors, schools, etc., in the immediate vicinity.