ID 22211
 
District: VI./Pest
Type: apartment
Street: upon request
Size: 128 m2
Rent Fee: 2500 EUR
Number of bedrooms: 2
Livingroom: m2
Bathroom: 1Showers:
Kitchen: open-plan
Furniture: furnished
Garage: 0Parking Place: 0
Garden: no
Built: 2007
Year of renovation:
128 sqm exclusive apartment in a fully renovated and rebuilt classical building located in district 6. Living room, 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom,sep. toilet, kitchen. Street-facing rooms, 24-hour reception and security service, Japanese garden. Garage. can be rented fot 120 Euro/month. Available from 1st October 2019
 
 
District: VI./PestID 22695
Size: 98 m2Rental Fee: 2000 EUR
Bedroom(s): 2Bath(s): 2Garage(s): 0
 
  
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