We are offering a luxury 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom bright apartment on the famous Andrassy Avenue. The apartment underwent a full renovation to bring modern and classical styles together in this quiet space. The 92 sqm layout offers plenty of spacious areas throughout the apartment, and even has a small laundry room. The entrance hall and bathrooms are equipped with Spanish and Italian tiles, along with custom made cabinets. The custom made kitchen furniture offers SILESTONE quartz countertops and is fitted with high quality BLUM brackets. It has plenty of modern amenities and has been equipped with all BOSCH appliances, including a wine fridge. The master bedroom offers a full ensuite bathroom and a large walk-in wardrobe for total comfort and privacy. The second bedroom also includes closet space and a bathroom equipped with a shower and sink. There is a guest toilet as well. Real hardwood parquet flooring and stuccos throughout the living space conserves the classical feeling of a historical Andrassy apartment. All furniture and appliances are included in the listing price.Read more
Located in the centre of Pest, District VI is culturally vibrant with an interesting gastronomic offering, lively residents, and many opportunities to enjoy the arts.
The heart of the district is Andrássy Avenue, a famous UNESCO world heritage site. Along this boulevard can be found everything from high-end shops to spectacular embassies to cosy cafes to grab a cup of coffee. Tree-lined and architecturally beautiful with its Neo-renaissance mansions, Andrássy captures the imagination and offers a pleasant spot for enjoying the city. At the end of the avenue lies the famous Heroes Square and city park with its share of fabulous museums and stunning Széchenyi baths.
Gastronomically, the district has much to offer. Within a few minutes' walk, one can find every type of cuisine, from artisan pizzas to Chinese street food to traditional hearty Hungarian fare. The nightlife is also quite varied, with little dives, Scottish pubs, and natural wine bars.
Culturally, District VI has a wide range of opportunities. The newly-renovated Opera House is the jewel of the district with Budapest's Broadway-equivalent just around the corner. For the more historically inclined, museums like the House of Terror offer a look into the district's past, and the Robert Capa museum displays the work of the famous Hungarian war photographer.
With its central location in Budapest, transportation around the district and beyond is accessible and easy. At the edge of the district lies the Eiffel-designed Nyugati train station, making weekend trips to the Hungarian countryside easily accessible.
A lively city centre with some busy streets, lots of activities to do, and some tourists strolling the streets.
The lower part of District VI can be fairly noisy with some loud bars and with not much green space.