AVAILABLE FROM BEGINNING OF SEPTEMBER 2021
a brilliant 2 bedroom apartment in a nicely maintained classical building in Eötvös utca District 6. The apartment was fully refurbished and turned into a modern, cozy home few years ago.
- tasty living room with sofa, large dining area
- 2 similar, modern designed double bedroom
- fully equipped open-plan kitchen (big fridge, dishwasher, exhaust fan, micro, kettle and all the necessary kitchen utensils)
- nicely designed bathroom with tub, sanitary (washing machine)
- second floor street view apartment in a nice, quiet Eötvös street
Great choice for professionals, families or roommates
It is a perfectly centered apartment in District 6. The vivid cultural part of the city is in this neighbourhood. The famous spots are the Pesti Broadway neighbourhood with it's Opera House, Operette musical theatre, Ballet institute, museums, art cinemas. Liszt Ferenc square or Király street with it's unique boutiques, underground bars, elegant restaurants are all less then 10 minutes walk. This area covers all the demands and everything in walking distance. There can be found both elegant and fast-food restaurants, supermarkets, food markets and small groceries (ABC) bars, pubs and night clubs. You can take a stroll on the picturesque Andrássy Avenue. At one end of the Boulvard offers work-out and relaxation opportunities in the City Park (Városliget). You can find the Museum of fine Art, the Széchenyi Thermal Bath, the City Park, the Zoo and the ice-skating rink right there.
Barely 5 minutes walk to Nyugati square where M3 (blue) metroline and the Ringroad with 4-6 trams are offers great publict transport. Trolleys are also running the neighbouring streets. Oktogon and the M1 Millenium Underground is also a short walk.
We defined a small area, the direct neighborhood of the spectacular building of the Nyugati Railway Station as our next quarter to explore. This is a central zone alongside the Grand Boulevard and its main square, the Nyugati square opposite to the railway station.
"Nyugati" means western but it doesn't really refer to the direction. It was the name of the railway company that founded the station in 1877. For all Hungary it is a fact to be proud of that the station building was designed by Gustave Eiffel, the same gentleman who...