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This bright 1-bedroom apartment is part of a residential complex dating back to the turn of the century. The apartment is very calm due to its location far from the street. It has a dry lockable cellar room and the tenants have access to a large, green and family-friendly garden with a children's playground. The property is 55.85 m2 and has a small west-oriented roof terrace. The floors in the living room and the bedroom are laminated, the walls are wallpapered and the ceilings are whitewashed. Every room can be accessed through the corridor. The large living room has an open plan kitchen. It is very well maintained and fully furnished with a stove, a refrigerator, an extractor hood and a sink. A dishwasher and a freezer can be installed. The kitchen is furnished with a white tile splash back and has a tile flooring. The living room is spacious and receives light from south-east and west through large windows. The bathroom is in a neat condition and equipped with a bathtub. There is enough space for bathroom cabinets and a washing machine. In the hallway, there is a built-in wardrobe. The apartment can be rented for at least 11.00 € per m2, so the annual rent income can be 7,372.20€.About Reinickendorf, BerlinLocated in the green north-west of Berlin, the Reinickendorf district offers both idyllic rural and urban flair with excellent infrastructure. The property is located in the southern part of the district, adjacent to the districts Wedding and Pankow, directly on the U8 underground line. Despite the quiet location there are in close proximity schools, day-care centers, doctors and many shopping opportunities. The area is surrounded by sports centers. Also the newly renovated Paracelsus bath is in the immediate vicinity. With the Tegeler See and the Tegeler Forst, the district has large water areas and green spaces, which occupy more than a quarter of the district area - an absolute record in Berlin. Thanks to the 23 buses, three S-Bahn lines and two subway lines as well as the Stadtautobahn A 111 the paths in Reinickendorf are short, in a few minutes you can easily reach the inner city of Berlin.
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