Industrial charm meets modern living: Loft with balcony in sought-after location near Südstern

Object data

Purchase price
1.150.000 €
Living space
138 m²
No. of rooms
Available from
No. of floors
No. of bathrooms
No. of rooms
No. of balconies
House money
560 €
Balcony/terrace Area approx
6 m²
Quality of the equipment

- Underfloor heating
- Solid wood floorboards
- Room height 3,40 m
- Balcony
- Guest WC
- Chimney stove connection
- Utility room

The Blücherhöfe are a Wilhelminian factory building built before the turn of the century in a prime Kreuzberg location and with a special history. This was the birthplace of German film; film pioneer Oskar Messter produced the first film cameras here, shot almost 300 silent films, helped actors like Henny Porten and Emil Jannings to stardom and laid the foundation for UFA. In 2015, the historic substance was carefully but completely modernised. In the course of this, exquisite loft spaces were created with high ceilings and generous balconies, interior lifts and all this in the midst of extensive, gardened courtyard areas. Tucked away and yet right in the middle of it all! The unit for sale here is on the 2nd floor, has a generous 138 m² of living space, two bedrooms, a huge living/kitchen/dining area with an approx. 6m² balcony, interior bathroom with extra-large shower and bathtub, utility room, storage room, guest WC, fireplace connection, fitted built-in cupboards and all this with a room height of approx. 3.40 metres. Solid wood floorboards in the living rooms, fine stoneware in the bathroom and guest toilet as well as underfloor heating, a heavy burglar-proof flat entrance door and last but not least the lift round off the excellent equipment. All in all, this is a rare opportunity in an excellent location.
Blücherstraße in Kreuzberg leads from Mehringdamm at its northwest end to Südstern in the southeast. Between Mehringdamm and Urbanstraße, Blücherstraße is busy, but beyond Baerwaldstraße you don't notice any more. The house with the number 32c is located away from the street and is part of the former factory ensemble Blücherhöfe. Along the Fontanepromenade, which leads from Südstern to Urbanstraße, you can perfectly walk your dog and go for a jog. Two blocks further southwest you are already at Marheinkeplatz and Bergmannstraße, which has long been one of the city's most famous promenades. Here, the aesthetically inclined city dweller can find everything his or her heart desires: Pilates and Tai Chi, crime novels at "Hammett", Alpine cuisine at "Austria", Italian at "Molinari", breakfast at "Atlantic" and hip gold at Frau Behrens. The Marheineke Markthalle also has a lot of fans. Of course, you can also head to the other side, towards Urbanstraße, which runs just behind the Blücherstraße sports field, and across it, to the banks, Prinzenbad and Böcklerpark, also only three blocks away. A little way along the water - which is a real eye-catcher, not only during the summer months - and you can have your coffee in the Graefekiez. Or follow Blücherstraße east to Südstern, walk a few hundred metres further and fill up on greenery in Volkspark Hasenheide. At Südstern and Gneisenaustraße you can get to the U7, and at Mehringdamm to the U6. There are also various bus stops in the immediate vicinity. Overall, the public transport connections are very good. Mehringdamm also provides quick access to the city highway.
Buyer's commission
3,57 incl. VAT

additional information

Quality of equipment
Main energy source
Energy certificate type
84.7 kwH
Energy consumption class
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