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2-bedroom apartment, with outdoor area in Zehlendorf
Up to 6 people • 2 bedrooms

2-bedroom apartment, with outdoor area in Zehlendorf

From 16 Apr 2024

€3,550 /month
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Unfurnished 2-bedroom flat with balcony next to Köllnischer Park in Mitte
Up to 2 people • 2 bedrooms

Unfurnished 2-bedroom flat with balcony next to Köllnischer Park in Mitte

From 19 Apr 2024

€1,936 /month
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Unfurnished 2-bedroom flat in Prinzenviertel in Lichtenberg
Up to 2 people • 2 bedrooms

Unfurnished 2-bedroom flat in Prinzenviertel in Lichtenberg

From 19 Apr 2024

€2,153 /month
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unfurnished 2-bedroom apartment with loggia close to S Betriebsbahnhof Rummelsburg station in Lichtenberg
Up to 2 people • 2 bedrooms

unfurnished 2-bedroom apartment with loggia close to S Betriebsbahnhof Rummelsburg station in Lichtenberg

From 19 Apr 2024

€1,845 /month
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Unfurnished 1-bedroom flat in Georg-Klingenberg-Str. , 20 in Lichtenberg
Up to 2 people • 2 bedrooms

Unfurnished 1-bedroom flat in Georg-Klingenberg-Str. , 20 in Lichtenberg

From 19 Apr 2024

€1,930 /month
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Contemporary 2-bedroom apartment with terrace near Kurfürstenstraße metro station in Tiergarten
Up to 4 people • 2 bedrooms

Contemporary 2-bedroom apartment with terrace near Kurfürstenstraße metro station in Tiergarten

From 19 Apr 2024

€3,891 /month
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Unfurnished 2-bedroom apartment with 2 loggias in Parkstadt Karlshorst in Lichtenberg
Up to 2 people • 2 bedrooms

Unfurnished 2-bedroom apartment with 2 loggias in Parkstadt Karlshorst in Lichtenberg

From 19 Apr 2024

€1,998 /month
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Elegant 2-bedroom apartment near Frankfurter Allee metro station in Friedrichshain
Up to 4 people • 2 bedrooms

Elegant 2-bedroom apartment near Frankfurter Allee metro station in Friedrichshain

From 19 Apr 2024

€3,572 /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 16 Apr 2024

€2,420 /month
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Welcoming 2-bedroom apartment in Friedrichshain
Up to 2 people • 2 bedrooms

Welcoming 2-bedroom apartment in Friedrichshain

From 16 Apr 2024

€1,980 /month
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Modern and comfortable 2-bedroom apartment in Prenzlauer Berg
Up to 4 people • 2 bedrooms

Modern and comfortable 2-bedroom apartment in Prenzlauer Berg

From 16 Apr 2024

€2,700 /month
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Luminous 2-bedroom apartment with balcony in a quiet street in Mitte
Up to 3 people • 2 bedrooms

Luminous 2-bedroom apartment with balcony in a quiet street in Mitte

From 01 May 2024

€3,750 /month
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Stunning 2 bedroom apartment in Schöneberg
Up to 2 people • 2 bedrooms

Stunning 2 bedroom apartment in Schöneberg

From 03 May 2024

€2,380 /month
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Captivating 2-bedroom apartment in Wilmersdorf
Up to 4 people • 2 bedrooms

Captivating 2-bedroom apartment in Wilmersdorf

From 12 May 2024

€3,312 /month
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Lovely 1-bedroom apartment close to Freie Universität in Zehlendorf
Up to 3 people • 2 bedrooms

Lovely 1-bedroom apartment close to Freie Universität in Zehlendorf

From 24 Jun 2024

€1,800 €1,700 /month
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Cool 2-bedroom flat in a trendy and well-connected location in Mitte
Up to 4 people • 2 bedrooms

Cool 2-bedroom flat in a trendy and well-connected location in Mitte

From 02 Jun 2024

€2,300 /month
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Cool 2-bedroom apartment in the vibrant neighbourhood of Kreuzberg
Up to 4 people • 2 bedrooms

Cool 2-bedroom apartment in the vibrant neighbourhood of Kreuzberg

From 15 May 2024

€2,858 /month
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Bright 2-bedroom apartment in the neighbourhood of Schoneberg in Schöneberg
Up to 4 people • 2 bedrooms

Bright 2-bedroom apartment in the neighbourhood of Schoneberg in Schöneberg

From 24 Jul 2024

€3,334 /month
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Welcoming 2-bedroom apartment close to Cheruskerpark in Schöneberg
Up to 2 people • 2 bedrooms

Welcoming 2-bedroom apartment close to Cheruskerpark in Schöneberg

From 09 Jul 2024

€2,800 /month
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Comfy 1-bedroom apartment in Rudolfkiez in Friedrichshain
Up to 4 people • 2 bedrooms

Comfy 1-bedroom apartment in Rudolfkiez in Friedrichshain

From 16 Jun 2024

€7,590 /month
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Beautiful 2-bedroom flat near the U Heinrich-Heine-Straße metro in Mitte
Up to 4 people • 2 bedrooms

Beautiful 2-bedroom flat near the U Heinrich-Heine-Straße metro in Mitte

From 03 Aug 2024

€3,894 /month
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Pleasant 2-bedroom apartment in Friedrichstadt in Mitte
Up to 4 people • 2 bedrooms

Pleasant 2-bedroom apartment in Friedrichstadt in Mitte

From 02 Aug 2024

€3,597 /month
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Graceful 2-bedroom apartment in the Viktoria-Quartier area in Kreuzberg
Up to 4 people • 2 bedrooms

Graceful 2-bedroom apartment in the Viktoria-Quartier area in Kreuzberg

From 16 Jul 2024

€7,441 /month
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Charismatic 2-bedroom apartment close to Schönhauser Allee train station in Prenzlauer Berg
Up to 4 people • 2 bedrooms

Charismatic 2-bedroom apartment close to Schönhauser Allee train station in Prenzlauer Berg

From 02 Oct 2024

€3,407 /month

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