Current customer rating:(3.375) based on 146 votes
Up for sale a mid terraced one bedroom house in Budapest. Hungary. Located in the 4th district (Újpest) of the capital on the Pest side of the river Danube. Just a short distance travel from the city centre. public transport facilities are only a 2 minutes walk away from the doorstep. The district itself is undergoing a major renovation. therefore it could be a great opportunity to buy. as the area is getting more and more desirable as the house market is picking up slowly after the recession. Although there is a constant increase. property prices are still near to the all time low. giving you the perfect time to invest. The house has been bulit in the late 60s and went under a major refurbishment in 2005. Flooring. water pipes. electric wires have been changed. The outside insulation work has been finished last spring. It comprises of a small entrance hall. a kitchen area. a storage area with built in cupboards. a bedroom. and a bathroom. It comes fully furnished. but can be completely emptied on request. The property also has a small cellar and an attic area both accessible from outside. There are six houses in a fenced off courtyard in a U shaped arrangement. with a garden area in the middle. This is the second property on the right hand side. Every household has its own private place from the garden in front of the house. Low maintenance costs all year round (currently about £35/month). which are payable to a local property management company. This includes any essential repair (e. g. roof damage) water bill. waste removal and drainage. On the top of it you will only have your electricity and gas bills + phone and broadband if you need. No TV licence is payable in Hungary. The Liszt Ferenc International Airport is about half an hour drive. The East and West train stations is about 20 mins each by car or public transport. The Vaci road. one of the City's main arteries is just around the corner. running all the way from the centre to the north. The blue metro line's Ujpest Centre station is also in easy reach. On foot about 15 mins or a few bus stops. Parking is free on the road. Just across the end of the road is a recently built Tesco store. and a Garden/DIY centre. The area also benefits from a day nursery. It's not a City Centre location. so you won't have the pollution and the noise. yet everything remains easily accessible. As I am the owner. I am delighted to offer the buyer any help he or she needs during the purchase. This could include preparing and obtaining all relevant paperwork. dealing with solicitors and Hungarian authorities. Banks. etc. That can save the buyer a lot of money on travel and other costs. The link below contains useful information about the fees you need to pay and about the legal background and process of buying a property in Budapest. Hungary. Please read it carefully. http://www. budapest-tourist-guide. com/buying-property-in-budapest. html About Budapest. the capital of Hungary: The river Danube is the decisive element of Budapest. This mighty river reaches an average width of 400m here. Budapest lies on both banks of the Danube. The hilly Buda is on the western bank. Pest on the eastern and is essentially flat. The difference between the two parts is rather striking. when they are viewed from a bridge on the river or even more so from one of the many look-outs in the Buda hills. This is what makes the location of Budapest so interesting and diversified. Budapest is the city of waters. Hungary has more than a hundred springs and is the richest country in Europe in respect of thermal. mineral and therapeutic waters. The total water yield reaches 70 million litres a day. There are several Turkish baths in Budapest. fed by the springs and used for the treatment of arthritis. gastric and respiratory disorders. Rudas and Gellért Bath are unique in Europe for their healing properties. Architecturally. Budapest is a gem. with enough baroque. neoclassical. eclectic and art nouveau (or Secessionist) buildings to satisfy everyone's appetite. With parks brimming with attractions. museums filled with treasures. pleasure boats sailing up and down the scenic Danube and with its vibrant everyday life. the Hungarian capital is a delight for all. both by day and night. Here is guide from Rightmove about Buying a property in Hungary:http://rightmove-property. buyassociation. co. uk/property/buying-a-property-in-hungary. htmlOn the link below you can see the location:http://maps. google. co. uk/maps/ms?msid=214001324269924140526. 0004a90b844f827a439ce&msa=0&ll=47. 568361. 9. 081707&spn=0. 014883. . 038581Any questions please send me an email. or ring +447477909808. Thanks for looking!