Enchanting three bedroom, three bath home with spacious one bedroom,…
Șoseaua Pavel Dimitrievici Kiseleff, Herăstrău, Sector 1, Bucharest, 013702, Romania
In a rich architectural neighbourhood, that harmoniously combines aristocratic notes of pre-war boyar houses, with romantic accents of the nobility of Victorian villas and surprising modern practicality in a context of nuanced nostalgia, the property we propose to view is unique from many points of view.
Located in the chic Kisseleff street, considered to be one of the most beautiful streets in Bucharest, Christoff House has a built area of 670 square meters and no less than 18 rooms, which offers a huge investment potential from the start.
Energy Certificate – Class B
16 parking spaces, 3 terraces, 7 bathrooms, 2 kitchens, an impressive lounge and 17 bedrooms are arranged on a structure with basement, ground floor and first floor.
Kiseleff boulevard, a charming and unique road which has more than 100 years old gathers affluent massive houses, embassies offices, built in an elegant and authentic architectural style, colourful ceramics, and ethnographic motifs.
Here are some of the unique historical properties, some of them masterpieces of architecture, that lie down along the Kiseleff boulevard: The museum of the Romanian peasant, Casa Doina Restaurant, named by architect Mincu “buffet from the road” one of the most luxurious restaurants in Bucharest frequented in the past by the nobility, Kiseleff Palace, the Arch of Triumph, a tribute to the heroes of the First World War, the Union and the coronation of King Ferdinand in Alba Iulia a century ago, Nicole Titulescu House, historical monument with monogram, an urban palace, in eclectic style, neo-baroque and with a facade imitating the Trianon of Versailles.
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