ID 23050
 
District: XII./Buda
Type: villa
Street: upon request
Size: 650 m2
Rent Fee: 6500+Áfa EUR
Number of bedrooms:
Livingroom: m2
Bathroom: 0Showers:
Kitchen: open-plan
Furniture: unfurnished
Garage: 0Parking Place: 8
Garden: no
Built:
Year of renovation:
The office building is to be found in the green belt of the mountains of Buda, in the XII. district. The outer and inner working out of the entirely renewed and rebuilt, originally in the year of 1914 established, villa-building, and the park around it satisfy the requirements of the highest level, as well, corresponding to the West European expectations. The subsequent heat insulation, the aluminium windows without heat-bridge, the modern Tegola roofing, and the choice of colours of the Dryvit plaster-system present the villa in its original beauty, lifting it out of its environment. The exacting inner working out, the rooms, built up for tea-kitchens in the offices, and the air-conditioned office units with fitted (wall-to-wall) carpet offer a pleasant an friendly atmosphere for the employees working there. The building is provided with 13 main telephone lines. The entry-phone by the main entrance and the automatically functioning garden gates make the office building more comfortable. In the garden there are secured 8 parking places for cars, but the parking in the neighbouring streets even does not present any problem. the office building - about which the employees, working in the offices in the city centre, can only dream. The net office-space of the building: 547m2 m2 Ground floor - Office A: 225,5 m2 I. floor - Office B 197,7 m2 Roof-space - Office C 124,115 m2 Rental fee: 10 Euro+VAT/month/sqm Üzemeltetési költség: 3Euro+VAT/month/sqm
 
 
District: XII./BudaID 23050
Size: 650 m2Rental Fee: 6500+Áfa EUR
Bedroom(s): Bath(s): 0Garage(s): 0
 
  
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