In the 6th district of Budapest, in the immediate vicinity of the Operett and Thália theaters - just a few minutes' walk from Andrássy út - this apartment with two-bedroom and two-bathroom is located on the 1st floor.
One of the special features of the apartment is the huge kitchen island. The walls of the bedrooms are decorated with chalkboards, whose natural surfaces give a special effect to the space. The beds have individually designed upholstered headboards, with LED lights make the rooms more cozy.
The furnitures, the sofa and all the other accessories of the apartment are hand-made. The apartment itself creates a harmonious, imposing effect with bright colors and modern coverings.
Increasing the luxury effect, a high-quality 5.1 home cinema system with Smart TV was installed in the living room, and a Smart TV was also included in each bedroom.
The kitchen is modern, mechanized (Gorenje Oraito) and has several storage options. The furniture features high-gloss fronts and characteristic worktops.
The bathrooms feature high-quality sanitary ware (Grohe, Villeroy & Boch) and Italian design tiles to match the style of the apartment (Marazzi).
The designers also tought about sustainability, the walls were decorated with washable wallpaper (Marburg), and energy-saving LED bulbs were installed everywhere.
The walls bordering the neighbor and the street front part are soundproofed, so the noise of the city center is not heard in the apartment, which is also due to the replaced doors and windows.
The 2-room and 2-bathroom property has underfloor and wall heating, the temperature can be changed with the help of a mobile thermostat.
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.