**3 months' rent required as a deposit.**
**Variable rent price. See Landlord Policies for details.**
This charming, 45?m², 1-bedroom apartment is available for rent in Mitte, Berlin's city centre. There is a large bedroom with a double bed, sofa, and flat-screen television, as well as a standalone wardrobe and chest of drawers. The kitchen is fully-equipped with cutlery and crockery and has an electric stove, an oven, and a washing machine, while the bathroom has a toilet, sink, and bathtub/ shower.
Close to the apartment are lots of transport options, including busses, trams, S-Bahns, and U-Bahns. There are also several restaurants of all different cultures, including Syrian, Asian, and Indian.
* There is a television in the bedroom.
* You can rent the apartment with or without bills included.
* The apartment has a washing machine, so no need to find a launderette.
* There are lots of public transport option nearby.
* Property type: apartment
* Floor area: 45?m²
* Floor: 2nd
* Elevator: no
* Number of bathrooms: 1
* Maximum occupancy: 2
* Wi-Fi installed: yes
* Wi-Fi activated: yes
* Languages spoken: English, German, Russian
* Lives on property: no
* Deposit: 3 months’ rent
* Payment method: cash; bank transfer
* Smoking: not allowed
* Pets: not allowed
* **Variable rent price:**
* With bills included: €950 per month
* Without bills included: €850 per month
* Utilities limit: €100 per month (tenants to pay excess)
* A nearby bus stop serves routes 142, M5, and N6.
* A tram stop here serves routes 12 and M5.
* There is a U-Bahn station serving line 6 under a 3-minute walk away.
* Oranienburger S-Bahn station is a 7-minute walk away and services lines 1, 2, 25, and 26.
**In one word:** Modern (and central!)
**Closest Metro:** Hauptbahnhof, Berlinand's central railway station. Alexanderplatz (U5, S5, S7, S75), Potsdamer Platz (U2, S1, S2, S25), Tiergarten (S5, S7, S75), Stadtmitte (U2), Friedrichstraße (U6), Brandenburger Tor (U55, S1, S2, S25), and Oranienburger Tor (U6)
**Move here to be near:** The Humboldt University of Berlin, Alexanderplatz, Museum Island, Brandenburger Gate, Tiergarten Park, and Reichstag Berlin
**Suitable for:** Families and young professionals
**Can I afford it?** €€ – €€€ (Mid-range – expensive)
As is the case with most city centers, Mitte is busy and touristic. However, it is just as popular with professionals in their 30s, many of whom live in the area surrounding Tiergarten and work in one of the neighborhoodand's numerous startups. No matter your age or profession, you are sure to enjoy the abundance of museums, clubs, and eateries!
**What can I do here?**
Enjoy the shopping and cafes at Hackescher, an open-air market popular with young people. Head to Friedrichstraße if you are looking for more upscale shopping, or to let loose in the evening check out Tresor and Anita Berber, two famous nightclubs in the area.
Mitte had the first traffic light in all of Europe, installed in 1882!