Malom LoftID: 2017
|Type of Property:||Apartment|
|Number of Bedrooms:||1|
|Number of Bathrooms:||1|
|Minimum Rental period:||1 year|
Property SummaryA truly authentic loft apartment is for long term rent in District 9 of Budapest.
The apartment is situated on the 2nd floor of a unique building: the Gizella Mill was built by the Krausz-Moskovits family in 1880. Until 1963 the building had been functioning as a steam mill. In the past decades, it had been used as a warehouse until it was demolished in 2000 in order to be converted into a residential building. The construction work of the 100 new loft-style apartments was finished in 2010, preserving the special industrial atmosphere of the mill.
The location is easily accessible by car and by public transport as well. At nearby Boraros square, there are several tram and bus stations and the Metro Line 3 is also within a few-minute walk. Corvinus University and the Semmelweis University are just a few blocks away. Raday street is a popular tourist spot with theaters, galleries, coffee shops and restaurants.
The apartment consists of basically one large loft area, including the living room, dining area with stylish 8-seater, big open plan kitchen, and bedroom partitioned with glass panels to keep as much of the loft/industrial feel as possible. There is, of course, a full bathroom with bathtub.
The apartment has been renovated very recently, it comes fully furnished and equipped.