ID 23262
District: XII./Buda
Type: apartment
Street: upon request
Size: 148 m2
Rent Fee: 1800 EUR
Number of bedrooms: 3
Livingroom: m2
Bathroom: 2Showers:
Kitchen: open-plan + dinig area
Furniture: unfurnished
Garage: 2Parking Place: 0
Garden: no
Year of renovation:
Air conditioning
148 sqm. first floor refurbished apartment in a well maintained building close to Brittanica School for rent. The property consists of a living-dining-kitchen area (60 sqm.), 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, terraces. There is a fireplace in the living room. The common cost contains the heating and water flat rate as well. Two parking places also belongs to the property.
District: XII./BudaID 23320
Size: 130 m2Rental Fee: 1590 EUR
Bedroom(s): 3Bath(s): 2Garage(s): 1
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