Stunning and totally refurbished throughout to the highest of standards this two bedroom property comprises: large king sized and one double bedroom, three bathrooms (one en suite) shower room, separate WC, beautiful living room with high ceilings, fully fitted spacious kitchen, all creating a vibrant and lively atmosphere.
Further benefits include solid tile flooring and hardwood flooring, black out curtains, bed mattresses with memory foam, leather extensible sofa, plenty of natural light, elegant decoration.
A beautifully refurbished two double bedroom apartment with excellent outdoor area in this prime location of Bucharest Historical City Center.
In the open plan living room, curl up on the cream leather sofa, bathe in the light from the three windows and enjoy a good book or relax before the giant, wall-mounted television.
The Apartment is situated on a quiet corner of Filitti street and Calea Victoriei and is located moments from the trendy restaurants, shops and bars of Old Town. Walking area only.
Unirii Square and University Square are the nearest underground metro station, bus and taxi station. Touristic bus 783 line is passing right near by.
House of the Parliament to be reached in walking distance.
In the center of historic area in Bucharest are the remains of the Old Princely Court, ruled in the 15th century by Vlad Tepes (the Impaler) who became famous worldwide under the name of Dracula.
The Old Princely Court, built as a palace or residence during the rule of Vlad III Dracula in 1459. Archaeological excavations started in 1953, and now the site is operated by the Muzeul Municipiului Bucuresti in the historic center of Bucharest, Romania.
„The Princely Court and its surroundings represent the original hearth of the city. The oldest princely residence in Bucharest was most probably founded in the late 14th century, but the first recorded document about a fortress (or a princely palace) in this place is dated September 20, 1459, issued by Prince Vlad III Dracula -the terrible prince commonly referred to as Tepes, “The Impaler”, whose bust today watches over the vestiges of his palace.”
Much of what remains today was uncovered during archaeological digs that took place from 1967-72, when the palace ruins were first opened as a museum. There are fragments of the original 15th century walls, as well as remnants of the princely palace throne room, in which most of the relics found on the site are exhibited.
" Bucharest’s Old Town is a mix of history, local culture and life style, a trendy entertainment district and favorite hangout for the locals."