Modern 5 beroom, 5 bathroom villa in the garden city area of 2nd District of Budapest.
364 sqm living space plus 269 sqm terrace on a 951 sqm plot.
- Glass SAUNA with a breathtaking view
- 8 person jakuzzi with view
- Outside swimming pool
- Huge terraces
- Smarthome system
- Wolf airfilter system
- Three places garage
- Huge garden with automatic water system
- More than 170 square meter parking slot front of the villa
- Fully equipped kitchen on ground floor and first floor
- Outside grill and terrace heating
- Floor and cealing heating and cooling
- Fully furnished
The land of the villa seems to be not only attractive but offers lot of special advantages to elevate the private life from the street level. On the basement a large parking facility is provided at least for 3 big cars and probably for motorcycles, as well. Adjacent to this space a studio, home office is provided for intimate working atmosphere and for business meetings without any intersection with the upper spaces.
An elevator is designed, starting from this level till the top floor with a window facing to the valley.
The upper floor is dedicated to the marvellous view, practically one side of the space is wide open toward the valley and the sky, with sliding doors, large windows and an adjacent terrace on the entire front. A stairway is created to reach this living area from the street, one can find her or himself in a canyon while climbing up to arrive till the entrance door. Living, dining, kitchen are located in a large, well-lit, undivided space, enjoying the view and having absolute protection from the street viewers. The master bedroom and the private bathroom, with jacuzzi are designed next to this common, elegant space. The pool is created as part of the front garden, one can enjoy it from the living area, having a connection to the terrace.
The second floor is dedicated to the bedrooms, there are 2 large rooms with baths and a guestroom, what might also be used as a studio. These rooms are facing to the valley, but also have direct connection to the garden via a hidden and well shaded terrace.
The flat roof is to be accessed by the elevator and from the bridge, with was drawn to connect the top floor leisure activities with the rare garden. A jacuzzi, a sauna and an open, but covered kitchenette are laid here, the roof area and also the bridge itself is perfect platform for sunbathing and for social activities, enjoying the connection with all living spaces provided by the elevator, and also having a picturesque 360 degree view over the whole neighbourhood.
The villa was conceived as a minimal, but also intensively formed gesture, a piece of white contemporary sculpture made by reinforced concrete, standing on, or even floating over a green, slopy base. The white plastered frames and solid surfaces and the large openings of glass are composing a spectacular balance. All details and house technics are following the up-to-date trends, the house feels casual elegant and comfortable with bright spaces. There was a special attention paid to the co-existence of the indoor and outdoor functions, so that the house is an easy creation to live in, not only an architectural object of elegant beauty, no wonder it was admired by art historians, and published in the most prestigious design magazine of Hungary.
Budapest’s Second District is home to the city’s most sought-after residential neighborhoods. It marks a rapid shift from the bustling downtown and frequented castle district to peaceful rolling hills. Unique cafes, bars, shopping centers and transportation hubs are clustered from the river to the foot of the hills, and slowly give way to winding tree-lined streets full of gorgeous historic villas. Just a 30-minute ride to the Downtown, the Second is incredibly peaceful, yet approachable, making it a favorite of foreign embassies and the city’s elite.
Quiet neighborhoods, ample green space and scenic strolls. Beautiful residences, close-by nature walks and charming parks are equidistant to the dining and nightlife of downtown Budapest. This district has something for everyone.
An abundance of walkable restaurant choices, or a late-night party scene. Although the hills are home to some of the city’s most upscale dining destinations – and even one of Budapest’s oldest cocktail bars – life in the Second District can feel less connected and bustling than in its more urban neighbors like the Third and First Districts.