INNDIGO

Facts

ID:

16012

Building type:

Altbau

Buy:

from 204.000 €

Units available:

6 Apartments

Rooms:

2 - 3

Size:

60 - 99.8 m2

Facilities

+ Façades, stairwells and balconies were refurbished in 2014.

+ new electrical specification

+ loft conversion in 1993/1994

+ landscaped inner courtyard

+ mechanical and electrical services (including heating and sanitary risers) as refurbished in 1994

+ central heating via district heating

+ energy-efficient through 8-cm external thermal insulation composite system on the street side and the court side

+ sold "as is," some units being occupied

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Description

The INNDIGO apartment complex will thrill people who fancy combinations of extrovert appearance and valuable interiors. Raised in 1906, the building was given a comprehensive facelift in 2014: The façade now dons signature highlights in the colours turquoise and indigo. At the same time, the historic balconies of the front building were refurbished and new balconies installed in the side building. The entranceways

and the stairwells were also overhauled. INNDIGO offers period-building flats of two to four bedrooms and varying floor plans, ranging in size from 48 sqm to 121 sqm. Many of the flats feature stucco ornaments and coffered doors, and most have either board or parquet flooring. Choose between flats ready for occupancy, flats still in need of refurbishment and occupied buy-to-let flats.

Neighborhood

INNDIGO is located within the Weserkiez neighbourhood in Neukölln. This is an up-and-coming area where an enterprising spirit mingles with down-to-earth domesticity. The rootedness of local residents inspires a strong sense of home that keeps attracting new arrivals and makes the quarter ever more popular. Indeed, the Weserkiez neighbourhood is probably one of the most versatile parts of Berlin that has preserved its

down-to-earth ambience. The greater borough is characterised by waterways and parks, as well as by heritage sites like Britz Palace and the picturesque Richardplatz with its Bohemian cottages, and Hufeisensiedlung, the latter an actual UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site. Neukölln attracts an international clientele, and will keep surprising you with its highly imaginative subculture.

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