House Hunting in Hungary: A Modern Mash-up for $895,000

In Budapest, where foreign buyers vanished and domestic buyers moved out, many properties that were once short-term rentals are now on the market.

House Hunting In Hungary: A Modern Mash-Up For $895,000

The New York Times – by Alison Gregor

This three-story, 3,531-square-foot house is in the hilly Adyliget neighborhood, west of the Danube River, in Budapest, the capital city of Hungary.

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