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Welcome to this bright 1 bedroom, 1 bath charming renovated classical home located in the neighborhood of the gorgeous Andrássy Street and Városliget Park. In 55 sqm the smart layout allows for separate a living room with an partly american kitchen and a sleeping area, which could be perfect for students or a couple for long term rental utilization. The apartment is newly renovated and everything was changed, but the classical windows, doors were stayed. The kitchen furniture and machines are in this price. Let’s explore the untapped potential of the apartment furnish it with Matthew & Daniel’s interior designer team to upgrade your investment’s yield. Don't miss this investment opportunity in District 7. Public transportation is conveniently located nearby, just minutes away from the building you can take Europe’s first subway line, yellow (M1). The neighborhood is also surrounded by Embassies, Heroes Square, Almássy Square and Király Street. Don’t miss this high yield potential investment opportunity in Budapest! Our team can manage it and to find good tenants. Call/email/text us for a showing at your convenience. Showings are available 7 days a week upon request. We look forward to guide you through the Budapest real estate market! The EUR prices are indicative only, calculated on the rate of 1 EUR = 310 HUF
Over the past decade, the VII. District’s Jewish Quarter has evolved from a bohemian mess of streets to a pulsing, contemporary hotspot filled with new-wave coffee shops, boutique cocktail bars and restaurants, music venues and design stores. The ruin-pubs and Jewish culture that popularized the District are now couched between new neighbors incorporating Western European trends. But there’s no doubt that the colorful chaos of Szimpla Kert, Jewish gastro-gardens of Kőleves, Mazel Tov and co., and other bohemian mainstays still dictate the District’s flavor. Despite its rapid evolution, the Seventh is big, filled with charming local spots, if you can pry yourself away from the lively Gozsdu Courtyard or Király Street. And with the highest population density of all the Districts, it offers 24-hour energy and life to residents and visitors.
Music, parties, a vibrant dining out culture, clothing and design boutiques are packed side-by-side along the main streets in the District. Nighttime diversions aren’t hard to find, as there’s guaranteed to be a party, show or happening almost any night of the week. This is the District to be for those looking to get the most out of Budapest’s nightlife.
The as-of-now mainstream ruin pubs and gentrification of the VII. District has squeezed out less profit-oriented underground or alternative venues to the neighboring VIII. and IX. Districts. The VII. also sees a transient bustle of tourists and short-term visitors and the flashier genre of establishments that accompany them, making the heart of the District an unfavorable location for families.