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Fall in love this really classical, renovation needed suit in the hearth of Budapest, in the fascinating Bem Quay, in the neighbourhood of the Danube. The building was built in 1880, in Art Nouveau style and was renovated from outside and inside as well. The building has double entrances, one from Bem Quay and other one from Fő Street. The unit has original windows, doors and floor which have a historical feelings. The apartment is a renovation needed ones with a lot of opportunities, in 79 sqm, but the real size is 84 sqm, the smart layout allows to create from 2 rooms to make 3 rooms with a hall to take advantage of the opportunity of long term let or as a home for a family since this area is so popular. This unit has a lot of possibilities to refurbish and create a new desgin home or investment in the Buda side. There are some design plan, which are to show different possibiltity of the apartment. Batthyány is easily accessible by foot, three (M2) subway lines are just steps away from the building and there is no shortage of transportation options in the area with trams and buses. The neighborhood is also surrounded by unique local restaurants, bars, coffee shops, Clark Ádám Square, the Buda Castle, Széchényi Chain Bridge is also within touching distance. 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 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.