1.5-room apartment in house „Forststraße 43 / Gritznerstraße 38“ in Berlin-Steglitz-Zehlendorf

Steglitz is an attractive district. Quiet, but refreshing in its possibilities for a pleasant life. Consequently, the apartments in this building are very popular. And for good reasons: the quiet location with the pleasant ambience of a nice place to live, a separate kitchen with dishwasher and glasceramic cooktop panel, with or without balcony. TV, coffee maker, vacuum cleaner and complete dishes are, of course, also provided. The baths all have shower with a full glass shower partition.

Position information: 
This apartment building is not far from Schlossstrasse, one of the most popular shopping centres in the capital. Outstanding infrastructure will provide you with everything you need or happen to feel like. The location is also conveniently situated for public transport: From the Schlossstrasse metro station (U9) you can be on the Kurfürstendamm or at the Bahnhof Zoo very quickly. The U3 Line (Breitenbachplatz metro station) also provides fast connections to the centre. You can jog or go for a walk in the nearby Erlenbusch Park, and the Schlosspark Theatre and Botanical Gardens are also nearby.


For living areas that fall within the scope of the ‘MietenWoG Bln’ Berlin Rental Cap Law (‘rent cap’), i.e. for living areas not listed as exceptions according to Section 1 of that Law (in particular the exception of ‘publicly subsidised housing’), this apartment listing will always state the rent permitted according to the MietenWoG Bln (capped rent). It should be noted that if the MietenWoG Bln or any part thereof is annulled, suspended, repealed, or otherwise abolished, any higher permissible contractual rent set forth in the German Civil Code (BGB) shall once again be payable and if the annulment or suspension were to be applied on an ex tunc basis, back-payments would be enforced to cover the difference between the capped rent and contractual rent for the entire term of the agreement. It is therefore suggested that tenants set aside appropriate reserves to cover this eventuality as per the recommendations of the Berlin state government.