Villa in city Bucharest
250.00 sq.m., 4 bedrooms

€ 2 200
GM1143 Union - Calarasi_Popa Sun B + GF + 1, 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, useful area 250 sqm / built area 280 sqm, land 300 sqm, garden 150sqm, two strengthen (one with access to basement) building in 1940, suitable for office or home. The villa is in the same courtyard with another property, the other with only right of way.
The price is negotiable


The building is built in the interwar period, the brick structure, renovated in 2017, each floor with an area about 110sqm and basement of about 50sqm.
The basement consists of kitchen, area of 32mp, bathroom and basement.
The ground floor comprises entrance hall, living room of 41mp, dinnig of 35sqm with access to the kitchen on the staircase, bedroom area of 20.5mp with bathroom (7.5mp) and dressing (3MP)
floor consists of three bedrooms, one of which Partly second, each with bathroom. Surfaces bedrooms are spacious, ranging between 20sqm and 34mp.

Finishing and equipment:

The building is renovated, both outside and inside, the exterior walls are insulated with polystyrene. The interior is finished with quality materials, hardwood floors, ceramic tile in kitchen and bathrooms, paint walls, double glazed windows and PVC carpentry, electrical and plumbing changed wooden staircase. The building has central heating and air conditioning. Rented partly furnished (dining room with antique furniture and equipped kitchen). Utilities: electricity, gas, water.

The house is located in the Calea Calarasi, Popa Soare Street, being a representative of the interwar Bucharest.
Short history of the area:
Calea Calarasi is a very cosmopolitan neighborhood along with a significant Jewish community and other communities in the Balkans, in the center-east of the old Bucharest, he began to grow more semnificiativ in the first part of the century. 19, when the city was still included in the economic orbit of the Ottoman Empire, and The town extends along the road that went to Turkish ports since the maritime Danube and Black Sea. It contains many examples of hidden architectural jewels, speaking eloquently about social history and tastes of ancient times. Most buildings are homes, a fact that adds to the charm of the local architecture. Among the relatively few large commercial or public buildings are "Hala Traian", a jewel of Victorian era structure of cast iron elements, built in 1896 after a project of Italian architect Giulio Magni, who at the time was the chief architect of the capital. Calarasi way is thus open encyclopedia of social history and architectural Bucharest, still populated by old family that they can identify the roots to small merchants Ottoman era.
50 goals are, according to the List of Historical Monuments, on this artery "named" after the War of Independence, name Calea Calarasi, comes from one of the soldiers of the troops of cavalry (or "dorobanti ride") which illustrated in this war.
In fact, the street is contemporary with a name that has gained a most buildings dating from the late nineteenth century. At the same time, and this artery, as many others in the capital, was hit and modernization process, she "completely" with the buildings built in the early part of the next century.
The importance of this area and had previously proven that this is the church "St. Stefan ", built, according to tradition, by Stefan Racovita (1764-1765). Like other places of worship in the city, and the church had to face numerous disasters, including the devastating was "great fire" of 1847, when burned 12 churches and 13 slums in Bucharest. Importantly it was renovated in thick lines, so that has kept its original appearance.

Seller information

Seller type Agency
Company Gama Imobiliare

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