16sqm room in Hamburg-Heimfeld, 3 WG, Unfurnished, completely renovated apartment, S-Bahn, in 300m distance
Hi we are Hanna (28) student from Buxtehude who works as a streamer at tournament events and likes to draw and cook in her free time, and Jan Felix (22) ECONOMICS student who likes sports, watching Netflix and also likes to cook. Otherwise we like to meet with friends or discover Hamburg. After work we meet more often in the kitchen and review the day, cook together or just chat. We have a relaxed atmosphere and no one is forced to participate in anything. We like it clean and tidy, but who does not. Maybe you share one or the other hobby or just bring a few more with you. We are open for something new.
Please bring a mouth-nose protection and no accompanying person to the visits, thank you :)
The room is 16sqm big, to game street and through the large Windows beautifully light-flooded.
Each of the rooms, as well as all other areas of the apartment have been renovated in 2018 and fresh, this includes:
- New floor in the entire apartment.
Walls newly papered and painted (white).
- Completely new kitchen.
- New Bathroom
- Network-, telephone - and TV connection in every room, and Wi-Fi throughout the apartment.
In addition to costs incurred, and are included with the rent. Similarly, access to TV, Internet (Wi-Fi) and phone (incl. Landline-Flat) in the rent included.
The S-Bahn Station Heimfeld is 300 metres away. Similarly, the TU-Hamburg-Harburg. Super markets, bakery, pharmacy, Doctors, banks etc. are located in the immediate vicinity.
Hamburg-Heimfeld -> station = 11 minutes
Hamburg-Heimfeld -> Jungfernstieg = 16 minutes
Hamburg-Heimfeld -> Dammtor = 17 minutes
Hamburg-Heimfeld -> Berliner Tor = 20 minutes
Hamburg-Heimfeld -> Altona = 27 minutes
If you're interested and have at least 6 months and want to stay you look at the room is best to simply live. Reporting like you, we look forward to meet you.
AvailableJul 1, 2021
Size16m² Room 71m² Apartment 3 Rooms
AddressAlter Postweg 75 Heimfeld 21075 Hamburg
Public Transport5 Minutes
UpdatedMay 21, 2021