ID 22823
 
District: II./A/Buda
Type: detached house
Street: upon request
Size: 300 m2
Rent Fee: 4200 EUR
Number of bedrooms: 3.5
Livingroom: m2
Bathroom: 4Showers:
Kitchen: open-plan
Furniture: unfurnished
Garage: 2Parking Place: 0
Garden: private
Built: 2015
Year of renovation:
Alarm system
Air conditioning
Fireplace
Cable TV
Internet
Sauna
Hobby-room/Gym
Balcony
Terrace
Irrigation
En suite bathroom
Laundry
Floor heating
300 sqm. minimal style detached house built in 2015 within walking distance to the French International School is for rent. The property consists of: - Basement: garage for 2 cars, storage, hobby room, sauna, guesttoilet, shower, corridor with built-in wardrobes, utility room Ground floor: foyer with built-in wardrobes, guest bathroom (toilet, shower), open-plan kitchen, livingroom with dining area, study, terrace with garden access Upper floor: masterbedroom with en-suite bathroom, 2 bedrooms, bathroom (with tub and shower), foyer with built-in wardrobes , laundry, terrace (with access from all of the bedrooms). Extras: air-condition, fireplace, irrigation system, floor-ceiling heating/cooling, alarm system, heated driveway, sauna, hobby-room, video entryphone Available from July 2018.
 
 
District: II./A/BudaID 10787
Size: 430 m2Rental Fee: 4200 EUR
Bedroom(s): 5Bath(s): 3Garage(s): 2
 
  
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