Stylish and modern flat in Budapest

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Hungary, Budapest
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53 m²
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1 Bedrooms
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1 Baths
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ID HUN265640

from €150,000

53 m²
Property sold
This property is sold, but we will help you find another one
Elena Kozyrevaexpert of the Hungary residence permit program for investment
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Hungary Residence Permit

€155,000+2+ months

Real estate is eligible for participation in the program and obtaining a residence permit in Hungary.

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Cost

Property cost

from €150,000

Distances

Sea 485 km
Infrastructure 100 km
Airport 31 km

Yield and management

Yield

Property management

Yes

We will help you sell the object if you decide to exit the investment

Description

This object is located in the 9th district of Budapest (Ferencváros). Nearby there is everything you need: supermarkets, restaurants, cafes. Nearby are such attractions as the Palace of Arts, the National Theater, the Museum of Applied Arts, etc. The area has good transport accessibility (metro, railway station).

For sale is offered a stylish 1-bedroom apartment with views of green spaces, the city and the surrounding landscape. Classic architecture and decoration in soothing colors bring tranquility and comfort. Inside the living space there is a courtyard and a fountain. Near the house there is a paved walking path.

Advantages of the object:

  • location in a prestigious area
  • fully furnished
  • cozy atmosphere
  • cityscapes

Real estate

Object type

Residential complex, Apartments

Object category

Secondary

Object stage

Ready

Permits

Yes

Design features

Ownership

Characteristics

Total area

53 m²

Number of storeys

4

Bedrooms

1

Baths

1

Parking

No

Renovation

Standard

Furniture

Furnished

View

City, Garden, Road

Properties

Elevator
Balcony
Terrace
Internet
TV

Location

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Let's discuss the details

We will develop an individual solution, select a country and status that will solve your problems, and accompany the entire process.

Zlata Erlach
Zlata Erlach

Head of the Austrian office

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