Appartement á la Luise - living in the city

Price: 2,600 EUR/Month
Bedrooms: 2
Size: 90 m² / 969 ft²
Address: Untergrünewalder Straße , Wuppertal, Germany Show map

You are at the Wuppertal hotspots within a few minutes walk. Located on the second floor, the apartment is far enough away from the noise of the street so that the apartment itself is pleasantly quiet.The two bedrooms are equipped with comfortable beds and enough storage space so that you can relax after a long day in Wuppertal.The living room is huge! The long table can comfortably accommodate 6 people, so this apartment can also be used as a meeting room.In the italian tiled bathroom you will find a walk-in shower, enough space and two washbasins - so you won't get in the way in the morning.The fully equipped kitchen is bordered by the east-facing balcony, so you can drink your coffee or tea in the sunrise!Notice: Displayed prices and data are not final, and should be used for informative purpose only. They are not contractual or binding. Energy pass This building is not subject to EnEV.

You live in the old town of Wuppertal. The streets are characterized by shifting half-timbered buildings with green shutters - typically mountainous.Lined with small cafés, artists' quarters and studios, life on the street happens here.Not far away is the catholic basilica St. Laurentius, which was built in 1828-32 in classicist style and towers above the beautiful Laurentiusplatz.If you make a short detour northwards from Laurentiusplatz to the street Am Kasinogarten, you will come to Wuppertal's most famous staircase, the Tippen-Tappen-Tönchen. The staircase, which runs in angles and with landings, has 103 steps, overcomes a height difference of 16m and leads from the Luisenviertel in Elberfeld to the residential area Ölberg, the southern part of the Nordstadt.If you follow the Luisenstraße you will find the Deweerth'sche Garten, which was laid out in 1802 as a pleasure garden at the Brill by the electoral Palatine councillor of commerce Peter de Weerth. In 2003, extensive earthworks were carried out in the Deweerth'sche Garten during extension work to an underground garage. During this work, ceramic pieces were discovered that date from 1000 B.C. and thus probably represent the first human traces of people in the valley of the Wupper.

- Hairdryer
- Heating
- Towels and sheets
- Iron
- Hygiene utensils
- Washing machine
- Induction cooker
- Cooking utensils
- Dishwasher
- Oven
- Toaster
- Microwave
- Refrigerator
- Internet
- Working desk
- Filter coffee machine
- Final cleaning

Homelike Code: UBK-822216
Available From: 02.01.2023

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