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Book an appointment for visit this bright, newly built, silent unite located between of Király Street and the beautiful tree-lined Andrássy Avenue. In 52 sqm + 10 sqm terrace the smart layout allows an American kitchen living room and a sleeping area both with access to the 10 sqm terrace. The apartment was built in 2012 and furnished with high standard furniture, design elements and machines. The building was fully renovated when the 2 floor was added and has got a new glass elevator as well. This home showcases chic modern interiors and providing an ideal environment for entertaining living. All the furniture pictured are included in the price. Currently the unit is running on long term rental for €950/month including utilities. Can be easily rent out to a couple. The apartment can be also rent out on short term let as the location is excellent for it. Deák Ferenc Square is easily accessible by foot, yellow, red and blue (M1, M2, M3) subway lines are just steps away and there is no shortage of transportation options in the area. The neighbourhood is surrounded by the grandiose Opera House, St. Stephens Basilica and Gozsdu Court. Please join us at our next Open House or 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
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.