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Partially furnished apartment in a house with a parking, Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic

216,000 €
2,400 € /m²
  • Total area
    90 m²
  • Bedrooms
    2
  • Bathrooms
    1
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Features
  • Total rooms: 3
  • 2 floor
  • Furnished
  • Car parks

A comfortable apartment of 100 m² located on thefirst floor of a brick house with a renovated entrance and facade. The house has parking spaces.

Interior

The apartment consists of an entrance hall, a living room with a kitchen in the style of a studio, two bedrooms, a large combined bathroom with a shower and a bath, a dressing room. The apartment is very bright, with windows offering a pleasant view of the street. The bedroom windows overlook the courtyard of the house, which will ensure peace and quiet.

Equipment

Heating is provided by a gas boiler. The apartment is in excellent condition, after major repairs. New eurowindows are installed. Flooring — parquet and ceramic tiles. In the hallway, kitchen and bathroom — underfloor heating. The apartment is for sale partly furnished.

Location

The building where the apartment is located is a 2-minute walk from the Colonnade with mineral springs. The house is located in the resort center of the city, along the street Moravska. Developed infrastructure: public transport, shops, a school, a pharmacy, a restaurant within walking distance.

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