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Furniture + 2 rooms Ap. Goetheplatz NO COMMISSION! (Munich)

Available as of 1st of February Protected content

The apartment is located in the Schubertstrasse, 3 minutes walking distance from Goetheplatz and 50 meters walking distance from the famous

Theresienwiese, Ubahn U6 and U3 Goetheplatz guarantees quick public transport connection, as they run every Protected content uninterruptedly from 07:00 to

21:00. Lots of shops, restaurants, bars in the nearby area.

The apartment is about 61 square meters and it consists of a corridor/entrance, a sleeping room, and big living room, kitchen and bath.

In the basement there's a large storage/cellar room.

In-house underground car park available separately upon request, not included in the rent.

Big shared garden in the backyard, ideal for a party!

No commission! Rent is Protected content , "kalt". Electricity and telephone (the latter if needed) to be paid separately.

As of 1st February Protected content am also selling the complete kitchen with electric appliances (Glass ceramic hob, oven,vapor extractor hood, sink), together with some other furniture:

- big fridge with large freezer compartment
- Siemens dishwasher full size
- Ikea High cabinet with pull-out storage for the kitchen
- Ikea Mikael corner computer desk and workstation including Ikea chair "Jules"
- Big sofa in alcantara, fabric is washable, with chaise longue (slight L form) 3m large
- Dining table, antique stain color, plus 4 Chairs
- Ikea POÄNG rocking-chair
- Ikea Leksvik bookcase and storage unit, column
- Ikea PAX 3 doors cupboard, integrated into the corridor wall

If someone takes the whole furniture in block, I am willing to give all away for a more than fair price :-)

Here is the link to the photos of the apartment and of the furniture (********Please look at the photos description!!!********):

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If you wish to view the apartment and for any other question please contact me:

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Best regards


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