Cozy Apartment in the Palace District with two separate bedrooms and PARKING PLACE!

Budapest, 8, Szentkirályi utca, 1088

Quick Summary

Price
€590
Payment:
Monthly
Type:
Shared Apartment
Status:
Open for booking
Area:
65 m2
Rooms:
2
Beds:
2
Baths:
1

Property Description

Unique flat, full of surprises! Located on the ground floor, accessible from inner courtyard. Quiet and peaceful. Has inner second level, where you’ll find the bedroom with double bed. Additional sleeping space is available on sofa bed in the living room. Large well equipped kitchen: microwave, baking oven. Bathroom has tub and washing machine, separate toilet. Perfect location for students with a car – you could live in the city-center AND have your own parking. Bike-rental in the building for those who rather pedal to the U.
Universities nearby:
• ELTE – walking distance
• SOTE – walking distance
• BME – 15 minutes with metro line M4
• Corvinus – 10 minutes with metro line M4
• Károli – walking distance
• Pázmány – walking distance
• CEU – 20 minutes with metro line M2

Renting fee for the WHOLE flat: EUR 590/month + utilities
You can rent it per room too.
First room:EUR 295/month + utilities
Second room: EUR 295/ month + utilities

Utilities approx. for the whole flat: EUR 180/month

About the area
Szentkirályi utca is a peaceful street in district VIII. This part of the district is justly called the Palace Quarter: the beautiful townhomes of 19th century aristocrats are still standing and offer a perfect scene for time travelers 🙂 Mikszáth Kálmán tér is at the end of the street and is filled with nice restaurants and cafés like Lumen Café. Or enjoy a delicious Hungarian meal one street down at Építészpince. This area is right next to the Jewish Quarter which is the hippest part of the city. Here you can explore wonderful historic buildings and the famous ruin pubs, such as Szimpla Kert or Ellátóház.

Transportation
Many of Budapest’s must-see sights are within walking distance: the Great Synagogue, the National Museum, Gozsdu Udvar and the famous ruin pubs.
Astoria station of the metro line M2 is close by. From there you can easily get to Keleti railway station. Tram 47 or 49 stop at either Astoria or Kálvin tér, should you want to get to the famous Market Hall or even across the Danube to the beautiful Gellért Thermal Bath. The 4 and 6 tram, which runs 24/7 is a short walk away.

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