District I. , Víziváros
TURNKEY-READY TO USE!
- 3 layer glassing on 6 chamber plastic windows
- Motorised aluminum shutters l
- Ground and wall heating with water circulation system (adjustable temperature for each room ) With Condensational Gas Heater
- AC cooling-heating in All rooms
- Bulit-in kitchen with appliances
- Alarm system, Safe
- LED main and mood illumination system
- Stand by switch system
- HD Projector, motorised screen (12 sqm)
-5.1 Home Cinema System, Built In
- Massage bathtub
- Entire wall surfaces equipped with fibre glass dryvit net to avoid occuring cracks
- Entire wall surfaces covered by tapestry
- Entire apartment is noise insulated by Blue Aqusto and Fibreglass Wool
- Custom made wooden doors and furnitures
The First District is quintessential historic Buda. The rolling hills of the Taban knoll lead up to the quaint UNESCO world heritage Castle Quarter, home of the Fisherman’s Bastion, St. Matthias Church and the Hungarian National Gallery. Here even the fine dining and upscale cafes retain a certain sleepy charm. Moving south, the riverbank is lined with some real gems, from the historic funicular to the pristine Castle Gardens — with hip fine-dining and teahouses in between. Both the famed Rudas and Gellért Hotel and Baths flank the rolling green of the Gellért Hill. Hidden gardens and twisting stairs connect the romantic milieus. Despite the 200+ monuments clustered into the city’s smallest district, the atmosphere in the First remains peaceful and well-kempt.
A seemingly endless catalog of historical buildings, stairs, walkways and monuments that make up a surprisingly cozy, modern district. Some of the city’s largest green spaces and best fitness centers complement the district’s well-kempt houses. The dizzying number of monuments, rolling hills and beautiful bridges guarantee that an amazing view is never far off.
The First District is beautiful to live in but sparse on casual eateries and places to go out. By nightfall, the streets are quiet and the party has begun in Pest. Luckily, that scene is just a hop, skip and a jump across the bridge.