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Come to see this 1st floor, 3 bedroom, 1 bath adorable and bright apartment with balcony. This suit is ideally situated in the neighborhood of Blaha Lujza Square and Kálvin Square, near of exclusive local restaurants, bars and coffee shops and the hub of universities. In 114 sqm, the attractive layout allows for separate a living and three sleeping areas for long-term rental utilization as it’s perfect for students or a family. The kitchen is well-equipped, the real classical style is stayed in the apartment with high ceiling which is 4 meter. The furniture are not in this price, but we can negotiate with the seller. The windows are facing to the Somogyi Béla Street, so it can be a quiet home. This area is so popular for tourists, so don’t miss the busiest tourist period of the year! The building is in good condition as well, but has no elevator. Red (M2), blue (M3) and green (M4) subway line, trams (4-6, 41, 47,49) are just a few steps away from the building and there is no shortage of transportation options in the area. The neighborhood is also surrounded by the Kálvin Square, Corvin Promenade, Great Market Hall and the charming Ráday Street with sort of excellent restaurants. 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
Mention of the Eighth District can elicit any number of responses from a listener depending on the context. But a walk down the sunny streets of the ‘Palace Quarter’ and a visit to the newly rejuvenated Rákóczi Square will leave you with no doubt in your mind. The Austro-Hungarian empire’s legacy is more than alive in these streets, with some of the grandest urban palaces in the city to its name. Flanked by the colorful VI. district nightlife, the erudite university and museum-lined streets of the Fifth’s downtown, and the lively gastro and bar offerings of Ferencváros, the elegant Palace Quarter is a well-connected alternative to its crowded neighbors.
Independent and classic. The Palace Quarter is home to any number of cozy cafes, boutique hotels and eateries that delight those who make the effort to venture off the beaten track. A beautifully revitalized piece of the city’s historic legacy without the crowds and grit of the city’s downtown.
Lots of green space. Although the charming Károlyi Gardens isn’t far and the city has made generous efforts to line the streets with more trees and greenery, the quarter remains decidedly urban.