Typical for the housing estates of the 1930s is the unadorned façade that fronts a carefully planned and well-considered interior. Most of the flats at the property on Ehrlichstrasse have 2 or 3 bedrooms, and are therefore perfect for singles, couples and small families. The six attic units are more spacious, three of which represent split-level apartments. And behind the building lies a sprawling open-plan courtyard whose green spaces, playground and profusion of sunshine are always good for carefree moments during the day.
An unhurried way of life in a green setting is what Ehrlichstrasse is all about. Numerous trees, lawn areas and front yards set the scene for the pretty residential area around the housing estate at Ehrlichstrasse 70-74, Trautenauer Strasse 10 and Grimnitzstrasse 22. The quiet streets effectively keep out the busy bustle of downtown Berlin. Schools, storefronts, cafés, restaurants and doctors' offices lie within easy reach, and whenever you crave a piece of big city action, the rapid transit system will quickly take you downtown.