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Spacious 3-bedroom apartment near Volkspark Friedrichshain in Prenzlauer Berg
Up to 3 people • 3 bedrooms

Spacious 3-bedroom apartment near Volkspark Friedrichshain in Prenzlauer Berg

From 22 Mar 2024

€3,600 /month
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Welcoming 2-bedroom apartment next to Volkspark Friedrichshain in Prenzlauer Berg
Up to 2 people • 2 bedrooms

Welcoming 2-bedroom apartment next to Volkspark Friedrichshain in Prenzlauer Berg

From 22 Mar 2024

€2,420 /month
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Cozy residence in Friedrichshain in Friedrichshain
Up to 1 people • 1 bedroom

Cozy residence in Friedrichshain in Friedrichshain

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€1,043 /month
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Cozy residence in Friedrichshain in Friedrichshain
Up to 1 people • 1 bedroom

Cozy residence in Friedrichshain in Friedrichshain

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€1,085 /month
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Cozy residence in Friedrichshain in Friedrichshain
Up to 1 people • 1 bedroom

Cozy residence in Friedrichshain in Friedrichshain

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€1,121 /month
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Elegant 2-Bedroom apartment close to the S+U Westhafen stations in Moabit
Up to 2 people • 2 bedrooms

Elegant 2-Bedroom apartment close to the S+U Westhafen stations in Moabit

From 18 Apr 2024

€1,980 €1,880 /month
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Fresh and welcoming 1-bedroom apartment not far from S Priesterweg train station in Schöneberg
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Fresh and welcoming 1-bedroom apartment not far from S Priesterweg train station in Schöneberg

From 08 May 2024

€1,800 /month
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Elegant 1-bedroom flat in Kreuzberg in Kreuzberg
Up to 2 people • 2 bedrooms

Elegant 1-bedroom flat in Kreuzberg in Kreuzberg

From 05 Aug 2024

€2,350 €2,150 /month
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Alluring 1-bedroom apartment close to Schönhauser Allee train station in Prenzlauer Berg
Up to 4 people • 1 bedroom

Alluring 1-bedroom apartment close to Schönhauser Allee train station in Prenzlauer Berg

From 02 May 2024

€2,700 /month
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Cushy studio with balcony in Mitte in Mitte
Up to 2 people

Cushy studio with balcony in Mitte in Mitte

From 10 May 2024

€1,280 /month
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Cozy residence in Friedrichshain in Friedrichshain
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Cozy residence in Friedrichshain in Friedrichshain

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€1,211 /month
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Helle Wohnung in Berlin Kreuzberg am Mariannenplatz hochwertig saniert! in Kreuzberg
Up to 2 people

Helle Wohnung in Berlin Kreuzberg am Mariannenplatz hochwertig saniert! in Kreuzberg

From 25 Feb 2024

€1,790 €1,490 /month
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Bright 1-bedroom apartment close to Bornholmer Straße metro station in Prenzlauer Berg
Up to 1 people • 1 bedroom

Bright 1-bedroom apartment close to Bornholmer Straße metro station in Prenzlauer Berg

From 09 Jul 2024

€1,750 /month
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Bright studio with balcony in Kreuzberg in Kreuzberg
Up to 2 people

Bright studio with balcony in Kreuzberg in Kreuzberg

From 05 Jun 2024

€1,200 /month
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1-bedroom apartment with balcony in Schöneberg in Schöneberg
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

1-bedroom apartment with balcony in Schöneberg in Schöneberg

From 25 Feb 2024

€1,827 /month
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Charming 1-bedroom apartment in the heart of Schöneberg in Schöneberg
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Charming 1-bedroom apartment in the heart of Schöneberg in Schöneberg

From 25 Feb 2024

€2,359 /month
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Bright studio with balcony near Viktoriapark in Kreuzberg
Up to 1 people

Bright studio with balcony near Viktoriapark in Kreuzberg

From 14 May 2024

€1,390 €1,340 /month
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Bright 2-bedroom apartment close to Haselhorst metro station in Spandau
Up to 2 people • 2 bedrooms

Bright 2-bedroom apartment close to Haselhorst metro station in Spandau

From 04 Jul 2024

€2,100 /month
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Cute studio close to U Hansaplatz metro station in Moabit
Up to 1 people

Cute studio close to U Hansaplatz metro station in Moabit

From 18 Apr 2024

€1,370 €1,270 /month
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Comfy 1-bedroom apartment in Neukölln in Neukölln
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Comfy 1-bedroom apartment in Neukölln in Neukölln

From 17 Jun 2024

€1,560 /month
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Homely 1-Bedroom apartment near Hallen Am Borsigturm shopping centre in Reinickendorf
Up to 1 people • 1 bedroom

Homely 1-Bedroom apartment near Hallen Am Borsigturm shopping centre in Reinickendorf

From 09 May 2024

€1,260 €1,180 /month
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Bright 1-bedroom apartment with balcony close to Naturkundemuseum metro station  in Mitte
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Bright 1-bedroom apartment with balcony close to Naturkundemuseum metro station in Mitte

From 05 Jul 2024

€1,650 /month
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Bright 1-bedroom apartment close to the Richard-Wagner-Platz metro station in Charlottenburg
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Bright 1-bedroom apartment close to the Richard-Wagner-Platz metro station in Charlottenburg

From 25 Feb 2024

€1,550 €1,500 /month
Bills included
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Modern 1-bedroom apartment near the Eberswalder Straße metro in Prenzlauer Berg
Up to 2 people • 1 bedroom

Modern 1-bedroom apartment near the Eberswalder Straße metro in Prenzlauer Berg

From 01 May 2024

€1,590 /month

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