Offer no:

One bedroom apartment on Powiśle

Warszawa Śródmieście, ul. Leszczyńska

5 142 PLN / 1 208 EUR
  • 02Air conditioning
  • 04Security
  • 06Parking
  • 09Lift
  • 11Pets
  • 12Reception

The minimum rental period is 12 months

Igloo Warsaw Properties is pleased to offer a comfortable, one-bedroom apartment with a balcony in Powiśle.

The apartment with an area of 42 m2 is located on the fourth floor and consists of a hall, a comfortable living room, an open kitchen with a dining room, a bedroom with a double bed, a bathroom with a shower and a toilet. The apartment is fully furnished and equipped with household appliances.

The Powiśle Power Plant investment is a post-industrial mixed-used complex. It is characterized by the use of the highest quality materials, large windows with a high sound absorption coefficient and a room height of up to three meters. The residents’ sense of safety and comfort will be ensured by 24-hour security, and the reception is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. For tenants who care about ecology, the complex offers electric vehicle charging stations. There is a parking lot and storage rooms in the basement of the estate. Elektrownia Powiśle is an ideal location for everyone who wants to take advantage of what the capital has to offer.

Perfect location – the building is perfectly situated near the Rydz-Śmigły Park, a few minutes’ walk from Trzech Krzyży Square, close to the Vistula Boulevards and the Copernicus Science Center. Nearby there are the University of Warsaw, the University Library, shops, restaurants and cafes, the Poniatowski Bridge, Trzech Krzyży Square, fitness clubs, the SKM train, the metro at the CNK, schools and kindergartens.

Price PLN 5,142 net (+ 8% VAT) per month including administrative rent + utilities (PLN 649) including Internet and TV + optional underground parking space (PLN 700 net)

All persons interested in the offer are welcome to contact the Igloo Warsaw Properties office.

  • ID: 45710
  • Published: 4 May 2024
  • Last Update: 4 May 2024
  • Views: 253