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This very spacious and ready-to-move-in 2-bedroom apartment is a dream. It was recently fully renovated. The kitchen offers space for cozy get-together moments and has modern appliances and a beautiful tile floor. The bathroom is also tiled and stands out with practical equipment and a large rain shower. The floorboards of the living room and the corridor are in a very good condition. All things that are not daily used can be stored in a spacious cupboard in the corridor. In the large living room, a high-quality built-in wardrobe has been installed in the wall. From the south-west balcony, you can see the quiet but lively and green Herrfurthstrasse as well as the Tempelhoferfeld. The well-maintained house with renovated stairs is about 1min away to the main entrance of the Tempelhoferfeld and is surrounded by several cafes, restaurants, and small shops.About Neukolln, BerlinThe building at the corner of the Lichtenraderstrasse and the Herrfurthstrasse is in the middle of the green Schillerkiez, 1 minute away from the beautiful Herrfurthplatz and the former airport transformed as a park, Tempelhof Field. The swimming pool Columbiabad, the Hasenheide park and the outdoor cinema are only a few minutes' walk. This is a very nice, green, and quiet area. During the day and on the weekends, it is very lively and exciting because of the proximity to the Tempelhof field. The weekly market on Herrfurthplatz invites you to shop or wander. Especially in the Herrfurthstrasse and its surrounding area, there are a lot of cafes, small shops, and bars. Grocery shops in the Hermanstrasse as well as metro stations Boddinstrasse and Leinestrasse are within 10 minutes to reach. Within a few minutes, you can reach the city center by car, and it takes 25 minutes to get to Tegel and Schonefeld.
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