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luxury apartment for rent (Warsaw)

A beautiful and spacious luxury apartment for rent with the area of 60 m2, a wonderful minimalistic interior, and views stretching in two opposite directions. It’s located in central Warsaw on Słomińskiego 7 Street, on the last floor of the apartment complex. It’s the true oasis, very quiet and with black-out curtains for the sensitive ones.
This place has never been rented before and was designed by an architect to be modern and with great attention to detail. It can be arranged as an open space by opening sliding glass doors. It consists of the living room (with a working area/desk) adjacent to South terrace, American-style kitchen, dining area and bedroom adjacent to North terrace, and a spacious bathroom with shower and jacuzzi. Two cosy terraces are very relaxing to have meals on or cigars / drinks while having guests over.

The apartment’s finishes include: teak flooring, designer lighting, high quality tailor made Bo Concept leather furniture/ HTH kitchen, TV, Yamaha sound system, microwave/oven/steam oven, dishwasher, washing machine, very comfortable Tempur mattress (memory foam), as well as lots of storage space.

In the nearest area there are lots of cafés, restaurants and parks. The nearest metra station, Dworzec Gdański, is only 50 m away and the Arkadia shopping center/fitness center/ swimming pool is located only 100m away. It takes about 700m to get to the historic Old/New Town of Warsaw where nightlife thrives.

The apartment comes with an underground parking, 24hrs security in the lobby – which by the way – features an exceptional life-fish aquarium! Underground parking available. Also, there are additional parking spaces available for tenants / guests of tenants in front of the complex.

Due to high profile of the apartment, an ideal tenant would be a professional single / couple, smoking on terraces only please. Longer term leases preferred.

Contact for photos or showing: Magdalena Kowalik, Protected content , tel.: Protected content

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