District VI. , Belső-Terézváros
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Unique investment opportunity in the centre of Budapest! This special new developed 2 bedroom, 2 bath with a private 28 sqm balcony, located in the neighborhood of Andrássy Street, and fascinationg Opera House. At 102 sqm with 23 sqm balcony the stage is set for bright and airy living spaces sensitively developed and meticulously finishes of the highest quality. This home showcases chic modern interiors and providing an ideal environment for both lavish entertaining and serene everyday living. Only the best quality materials and equipments were selected during this project. The price includes:
District VI is centrally located on the Pest side of Budapest. Its central artery is the famous UNESCO world-heritage Andrássy Avenue, populated by grandiose embassies, award-winning museums, luxury goods stores and the epic Heroes’ Square. The City Park behind Heroes Square is well on its way to becoming the renewed museum district. A stones-throw from the Opera lies Budapest’s Broadway, Nagymező street contributing theatre, hip bars and food vendors to the scene. Meanwhile a few blocks down, Gustave Eiffel designed Nyugati train station reigns over a bustling, urban neighborhood scene.
A hub of culture, historic landmarks, and contemporary design and gastro experiences. Whether you fancy a night at the opera or theatre, a day at the museum, or afternoons shopping, browsing contemporary galleries and discovering modern eateries, the Sixth District is the living pulse of the city.
Substantial green space or quiet streets. With so much to see day and night, the larger streets of the Sixth see huge crowds at all hours, while even residential side streets are rarely completely empty during the day.