- Air conditioning
- Cable TV
- Washing machine
Only one thing is sure about Bucharest’s real-estate market. Like in every other major European capital, the closer you get to the center, the higher the tendency for prices to blow out of proportions. Not to mention the fact that urban planning policies regarding the height regime get tougher. Valued at only $450,000, the Brezoianu building can get anyone excited.
The structure has a basement and six floors above the ground and has a total usable area of 700 m2, which could be increased to 850 m2. Constructed in 1997, it needs to be retrofitted and renovated to meet modern standards either as a hotel or as a luxury apartments building.
What makes Ion Brezoianu Street a hotspot on Bucharest’s real-estate market? O short recap off the neighborhood is enough to convince anyone. Cișmigiu Park is just 100 meters away, and you can reach Universității Square after only five minutes of walking. Positioned in the northwest corner of the Old City Center, the location is ideal for those adopting a modern lifestyle from which having fun could not miss.
What offers extra value to a property? The Brezoianu block has a unique architectural context, with many nearby buildings registered as monuments and put under special protection. Let’s trust those that say here lies the real soul of Bucharest.
Surface: 700 square meters now => 850 after renovation;
Town planning certificate : Now Rh= S+P+5E => After consolidation, redevelopemnt, refunctionalisation collective housing building;
•PUZ- areas with protected constructions ;
•Very good area;
•Price: 450.000€ negotiable.