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This is a 91m2, three bedroom, classic apartment at the foot of Margit Bridge in Pest’s mainly residential, though still central, 13th district. The building features elevator, a well-maintained stairwell and a great view to the Buda Hills, taking in the Danube, the Margit Bridge and Margit Island. Public transport and a small park are both on the doorstep. Spacious layout, with rooms reached from a central hallway, given the wonderful location and the quality of the building, offers outstanding potential. Rooms are large, and retain all original parquet flooring, doors and windows.Currently is operating as an office. Ready to move in. Because of its location its good opportunity.

Price: HUF 35 000 000

Price: EUR 129 000 circa

Area: 91 m²

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Central Districts Of Budapest

District I - district 1 includes the northern side
of Gellert hill (Gellérthegy), Krisztinaváros,
Naphegy, Tabán, Vár (Castle), Váralja,
Vérmező and Viziváros.

District 1 is a small area in central Buda (the western side), including the historic
Buda Castle. This is, therefore, the so called "Castle District", as most of it is taken up by the enormous hill with the castle and Matthias Church (Mátyás templom) perched on top. There are side streets on the Buda Castle, like the environs of Clark Ádám tér or Attila út.
Basically, most of district I is hilly, green and cobblestoney.

Advantages: include lovely views, beautiful
many-storied houses at funny angles, and
proximity to the river and downtown.

Districts I and II, Budapest

Recommended International School:
GGIS
Szilágyi Erzsébet fasor 22/b.
1125 Budapest

Nearby Shopping Center:
Mammut
Lövöház út 2. 1024 Budapest


District II

District 2 is in Buda again, in the northwest.

City parts: Adyliget, Budaliget, Erzsébetliget, Felhéviz, Ferenchalom, Gercse, Hársakalja, Hűvösvölgy, Kővár, Kurucles, Látó hegy, Lipótmező, Máriaremete, Nyék, Pálvölgy, Pasarét, Pesthidegkút, Petneházirét, Remetekertváros, Rézmál, Rózsadomb,
Szemlőhegy, Széphalom, Szépilona,
Szépjuhászné, Szépvölgy, Törökvész,
Vérhalom and Zöldmál

Families love district 2, as many houses are private and even have yards and parks
around. There is a definite minimum of riff-raff and low-life bard here. District 2 is home to
Rózsadomb (means Rose hill), with many gorgeous, high-rent places; not just trendy, but prestigious.

Advantages: quiet and green, fresh air, close to many private schools. Close to Castle and Moszkva tér (Metro line).

Districts I and II, Budapest

Recommended International School:
GGIS
Szilágyi Erzsébet fasor 22/b.
1125 Budapest

Nearby Shopping Center:
Mammut
Lövöház út 2. 1024 Budapest


District V - Belváros (Inner City - Downtown)

Downtown! District 5 is located in the
absolute center of Pest. This is the place to have a swingin' bachelor pad a hop, skip and jump away from work, banks, restaurants, bars...  District 5 includes the Parliament Buildings and many Ministries that make up Hungary’s Administration, and  it is also the main financial district of Budapest.

The area just south of the Körút is
surprisingly residential and quiet until you hit the banking neighborhood south of
Szabadság tér.  A wide array of shops and
restaurants also exist in District 5, which is
considered a safe investment district and
provides a good dwelling location for single businessmen. Unrenovated classic
apartments can still be purchased and
converted into attractive rental properties for the business and foreign communities living here. Capital appreciation is relatively stronger as the number of properties available in this district is limited, with the most exclusive properties overlooking the Danube river.

Advantages: the city right outside your
window; some buildings come complete with bullet-holes left over from the
last revolution.

 

 

District V and VI, Budapest

Recommended International School:
GGIS
Szilágyi Erzsébet fasor 22/b.
1125 Budapest

Other International Schools >>>

Nearby Shopping Center:
West-End City Center
Váci út 1-3, 1062 Budapest

 


District VI - Terézváros

District 6 is the cultural center of Budapest.
Andrassy ut is the city’s most beautiful
boulevard, also known as the “Champs
Elysee of Budapest” and leads to the Opera
House and Liszt Music Academy. Andrassy is
crossed by the “Broadway of Budapest”,
Nagymezo utca. This social hot spot is host
to numerous outdoor cafes and bars that spill
on to the pavement in the height of Summer.

Properties is classic buildings anywhere
near the
Opera, Oktogon Andrassy or
Városliget (
City Park) are stylish and sound
investments; but get towards the side streetsand basically you are living in a budget, no-frills flat across the street from a lo-life bar
(borozó) filled with working joes playing slot machines.

Advantages: good public transportation, proximity to all forms of entertainment, from City Park to the Opera.

District V and VI, Budapest

Recommended International School:
GGIS
Szilágyi Erzsébet fasor 22/b.
1125 Budapest

Other International Schools >>>

Nearby Shopping Center:
West-End City Center
Váci út 1-3, 1062 Budapest


District VII - Erzsébetváros

Quite a grab bag. Erzsébetváros is
surrounded by Károly körút, Király utca and
Rákóczi út. District 7 is a center of Jewish
Budapest. It has got it all, from the synagogue
neighborhood at one end, chockfull of
hopping clubs and music venues, and then streching across the
Körút up to Városliget (City Park).

The historic, Jewish quarter of Budapest
contains several synagogues, bakeries,
restaurants and hotels. Located close to the City Center, the part of the district within the Ring-road (
Erzsébet körút) is considered a prosperous investment location. You can currently rent to students of the Veterinary University or the Medical University. Király utca, the border street with district VI is colorful, filled with discount shops. The area near Keleti train station is dodgy, filled with shady characters. Almássy tér and its environs definitely has a multi-cultural feel to
it; and near
Bajza utca and Városligeti fasor, you will find diplomatic mansions and carefully manicured gardens.

Advantages: central location, lower prices,
many forms of transportation.

 

District VII and VIII, Budapest

Recommended International School:
GGIS
Szilágyi Erzsébet fasor 22/b.
1125 Budapest

Other International Schools >>>

Nearby Shopping Center:
West-End City Center
Váci út 1-3, 1062 Budapest


District VIII - Józsefváros

The up and coming part of Downtown Budapest.
Very nice in the
area near the national Museum (Nemzeti Múzeum), with park and street renovations improving the
face of the neighborhood. The beautiful
buildings reflect the fact that there used to be
a time when the well-to-do lived here. The government is spending substantial amounts on restoration and rehabilitation.

Advantages: buy a flat here, and when they finish cleaning up the neighborhood in a few years' time, you will make a nice profit.

District VII and VIII, Budapest

Recommended International School:
GGIS
Szilágyi Erzsébet fasor 22/b.
1125 Budapest

Other International Schools >>>

Nearby Shopping Center:
West-End City Center
Váci út 1-3, 1062 Budapest


District IX - Ferencváros

Nice area with new luxurious riverside
apartments, and still grubby edges. The
corner closest to the city center of this district
has recently become an ‘up-and-coming’
area with trendy bars and cafés. The local
municipality is investing large amounts into
new developments within district 9.

New developments near the pedestrian
streets (
Raday street and its neighborhood)
are most recommended for investors.

District 9 is one o the new hip spots in the city
for young people buying their first flat. Not
exactly a family neighborhood, but rather filled
with trendy bars, new restaurants, new
apartment buildings that sprang up virtually
overnight - cool looking in color and design,
but structurally some of better built than
others. If looking at a flat in a new building,
make sure to get it inspected carefully before
making a commitment. Buying off plan? I
wouldn't.

Advantages: quickly developing
neighborhood, more works planned including
parking garages and pedestrian streets.

District IX, Budapest

Recommended International School:
GGIS
Szilágyi Erzsébet fasor 22/b.
1125 Budapest

Other International Schools >>>

Nearby Shopping Center:
Lurdi Ház
Könyves Kálmán krt 12-14, 1097
Budapest


District XIII - Újlipótváros, Angyalföld

Just north of
Szent István Körút is Újlipótváros,
a nice neighborhood wedged between
Nyugati and the river. Not too busy and not too dull, it may be one of the best parts of the Pest side that can still be called downtown. Quite clean and well kept, Szent István park was just
reworked to make a beautiful walkway
alongside the river in view of Margit Island.
Safe at night, too.

North of that is Angyalföld (angel land) a bit
seedier, more working class - and
Duna
Plaza shopping mall. A little far out and not so
great - better to stick to
south of the Árpád
bridge.

Advantages: good location, nice people, clean
and safe.

District XIII and XIV, Budapest

Nearby Shopping Centers:
Duna Plaza Mall
Váci út 178, 1138 Budapest
West-End City Center
Váci út 1-3, 1062 Budapest

   
   

 

 

 

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