14 refurbished apartments are being created behind the façade of one of the oldest buildings in Kreuzberg.
Those who choose to live here are passionate about classic historic structures. Built between 1847 and 1848, the listed building on the corner of Enckestrasse is one of the oldest structures still in existence in Kreuzberg. Situated between Besselpark and the former flower market, the finely structured façade echoes the charm and character of Berlin’s Gründerzeit architecture.
14 apartments of 24 to 97 square metres in size aligned along an east-west axis: the historic building of the NeuHouse ensemble features high ceilings, classic materials and top-quality interiors.
Modern and carefully conceived floor plan combined with premium materials like oak parquet flooring
Spread over two floors, the apartment combines historic charm and unique ceiling heights with an open-plan layout
Historic bathrooms in new splendour: a stylish design line by Gewers Pudewill echoes the premium ambience
– Modern layouts
– High ceilings
– Interior design by Gewers Pudewill
– Bathroom fittings by Villeroy & Boch and Kaldewei
– Bathroom taps by Hansgrohe
– Oak multilayer parquet flooring
– Almost all apartments with a balcony or roof terrace
– Video intercom
– Charming historic stairwells
– Landscaped/greened courtyard
– Bicycle and pushchair storage facilities
– Refurbished cellar rooms
Underground Car Park
– 34 car parking spaces in the new building
– 4 spaces with an electric vehicle charging station
– Two-lane entrance/exit
– Remote-controlled access