The Centrally located neighbourhood of Prenzlauer Berg, adjacent to Mitte, is one of the most popular and expensive neighbourhoods in the city, attracting young affluent residents, in particular young families, attracted to the life style and high quality schools located in the neighbourhood.
The micro-location surrounding Kollwitzplatz, and Kollwitzstraße, is considered one of the most up-scale areas in Berlin, with impressive Altbau buildings lining the streets. This specific location was one of the first areas to attract affluent residents, particularly from south Germany. Prices of properties, and rental prices are some of the most expensive in the city on par with the pricing of Mitte the Kodamm area.
A large number of restaurants, coffee shops, galleries, pubs and boutique stores create the unique life style characteristic of Prenzlauer Berg. Kollowitzplatz also hosts a vibrant weekend market, and an organic farmers market each Thursday.
Husemannstraße 34 is located in one of the best mirco locations in Prenzlauer Berg, indeed in Berlin. Eberwaldstr. U-Bahn station and Prenzlauer Berg Allee S-Bahn station are just a short walk away from the property.