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District: II./BudaID 21661
Size: 220 m2Rental Fee: 2413 EUR
Bedroom(s): 3.5Bath(s): 3Garage(s): 2
District: V./PestID 22811
Size: 155 m2Rental Fee: 3800 EUR
Bedroom(s): 3Bath(s): 3Garage(s): nincs
District: II./BudaID 22243
Size: 150 m2Rental Fee: 2200 EUR
Bedroom(s): 3Bath(s): 2Garage(s): 1
District: II./BudaID 22814
Size: 135 m2Rental Fee: 2500 EUR
Bedroom(s): 2.5Bath(s): 2Garage(s): nincs
District: V./PestID 22832
Size: 128 m2Rental Fee: 3500 EUR
Bedroom(s): 3Bath(s): 1Garage(s): nincs
District: V./PestID 22675
Size: 76 m2Rental Fee: 1200 EUR
Bedroom(s): 2Bath(s): 1Garage(s): 0
District: V./PestID 22644
Size: 96 m2Rental Fee: 2000 EUR
Bedroom(s): 2Bath(s): 2Garage(s): nincs
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