ID 13116
 
District: II./A/Buda
Type: detached house
Street: upon request
Size: 240 m2
Rent Fee: 1700 EUR
Number of bedrooms: 2.5
Livingroom: 40 m2
Bathroom: 3Showers:
Kitchen: open-plan + dinig area
Furniture: furnished if needed
Garage: 2Parking Place:
Garden: private
Built: 2005
Year of renovation:
Sauna
Panoramic view
Balcony
Terrace
En suite bathroom
Laundry
Cellar
2-Storey detached house located in district II. at Adyliget, close to International Schools. Spacious living room, 2,5 bedrooms, open plan kitchen, dining area, 2 bathrooms, shower. Private well tended garden, sauna, panoramic view, 40 sqm terrace. Garage for 2 cars.
 
 
District: II./A/BudaID 13116
Size: 240 m2Rental Fee: 1700 EUR
Bedroom(s): 2.5Bath(s): 3Garage(s): 2
 
  
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