Apartment to rent in Budapest, 1st district, directly beneath the Buda castle, in a cozy, historical street (Szabó Ilonka street) with original gas lamps. The house was built in Protected content , the apartment is on the 2nd floor, which makes it the top floor there.
The flat itself is just super bright due to both ends of the flat having windows from the ground up to the ceiling from end to end. It is about 70 m2 , has a big living room, a spacy dining room with an open kitchen, a sleeping room, a bathroom with a bath-tube with two entrances (one from the sleeping room and one from the dining room), and a small storeroom. The toilet is separate from the bathroom. The floor in kitchen, dining room, toilet, and bathroom is made of tiles; the rest of the flat is of wooden parquet. The walls were painted three year ago. A fast UPC internet and TV connection is available.
From one side of the apartment you have a great view to the Buda Hills, and to Pest side with a partial view of the Parliament. From the other side there is a green hill that goes all the way up to the castle itself, providing a nice view to both side of the flat.
The flat can be reached easily via the public transportation system, e.g. from Szél-Kálman-square (former Moszkva-square) or Batthyány square via metro or several tram and bus lines. The area is quiet, but big shopping facilities (Mammuth shopping center) and supermarkets are in walking distance.
The following monthly rental fee applies for the flat:
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Common costs, cold water, heating: Protected content
The appartment comes with a kitchen (without electrical devices) and washing machine, but can come partly furnished, too, with the following items for a one-off payment:
- Kitchen electric devices, Protected content :
o Big fridge, silver/metal, Liebherr made in Germany, 3 years old
o Dish washing machine, Bosch Exclusive Super Silence, 5 years old
o Electric oven, AEG, 6 years old
o Kenwood microwave, 3 years old
- Specially designed and fitted Window blinds, Protected content
For more information or visits please call:
Andrea Adam, Protected content