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CCA40 Csengery
Sleeps max: 4
Number of rooms: 3
Size: 80 m2
From: € 89.00
Address: Csengery utca 3.
Floor: 3
Short description: This 3 rooms (2 bedrooms) apartment is newly renovated full of new, cosy & fashionable furniture with colours match.
Seasons Dates Rates
2011 /
2012
  Low 04. January - 31. March, 01. November - 17. December € 89.00 / 0  
  High 01. April - 31. October € 109.00 / 0  
  Peak 22. April 2011. - 25. April 2011., 22. July 2011. - 22. August 2011., 17. December 2011. - 03. January 2012. € 139.00 / 0  
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Full description:

Prices shown on our website apply to residential use of apartments only. In case of an interest in using the apartment for business or other activities, please contact our customer services for a personal price offer.

General description:


This apartment is newly renovated full of new, cosy & fashionable furniture with colours match. It has two separated bedrooms and one comfortable/spacious living room with two windows. Kitchen is fully equipped with dishwasher, electric oven and extractor fan. It has a separated dining area and a pantry. Bathroom is very comfortable with its corner bathtub. The apartment is on the 3rd floor, facing to the street therefore it’s bright. 

Location:   

                 
Csengery Street ends up at the magnificent Andrássy Avenue, which became a part of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Along the boulevard there are several luxury apartments, offices and commercial buildings, upscale boutiques, bars and restaurants, specifically at Liszt Ferenc Square. A big shopping moll, called Westend City Centre is only 10 minutes walking. There are several cultural facilities to go along Andrássy Avenue as like the State Opera House, the House of Terror Museum. Heroes’ Square with the two museums, City Park and Széchenyi Bath are within walking distance too. 

Facilities: 


Hall & Dining area: coat hanger, built in cupboard with mirror, door mat, buffet, dining table (with 6 chairs), one table with a lamp
Pantry: cleaning set, vacuum cleaner, hangers for clothes, iron, ironing board, ladder, washing machine, laundry basket, shelf
Bedroom1: bed (plus mattress), glass table, working desk (with chair), wardrobe (with shelf), shelf, night lamp
Bedroom2: bedstead (with mattress), working desk (with chair), lamp, wardrobe with mirror, shelf, commode, night table with lamp,
Kitchen: built in kitchen with fridge, electric oven, electric kettle, canteen of cutlery, dishes, plates, various glasses, microwave, dishwasher, extractor fan+filter
Living room: sofa, two armchairs, TV (with shelf), two standing lamps, coffee table, two glass shelves, carpet, mirror, two standing shelves
Bathroom: bath tub, toilette, sink, cabinet, glass shelf, towels, mirror
Others: beddings (sheets, pillows, duvets, covers for pillows and duvets, cushions)  

Transport:


Csengery Street has a very good berth, close to the main & central interchanges as like Oktogon, Blaha Lujza Square and both Keleti and Nyugati railway station. At Oktogon you can reach tram 4 and 6 that lead you to Margaret Island or in the other way to South Pest & Buda. You can find the Metro 1 line (yellow line) at Oktogon that goes to Heroes’ Square directly. At Blaha Lujza Square Metro 2 (red line) goes which can take you to Buda side, directly to Déli railway station. Bus nr.105 goes on Andrássy Avenue and leads you to Buda side or upper North Pest. Night buses are also easily reachable close to Csengery Street as like bus 906 (night version of tram 6)


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