An extraordinary apartment with a garden, located by the Motława River, in the Waterlane investment.
Waterlane is very famous because of its location next to the Motława river in City Centre of Gdańsk and because it is prestigious building with a swimming pool, sauna and fitness room.
In the very heart of Gdańsk, one of the most beautiful cities in Poland, especially in its historical part, there is an interesting investment Waterlane. Designed for a demanding client, with a unique infrastructure such as a swimming pool, saunas and jacuzzi, a small fitness room and 24/7 security. Nearby restaurants, clubs, discos, as well as the Baltic Philharmonic and the Gdańsk Shakespeare Theater for music and culture lovers. Moreover, within a few minutes’ walk, shops and other attractions of the bustling Old Town of Gdańsk.
A duplex apartment with a total area of 96 m2 with a garden, where residents will be happy to enjoy both morning coffee and afternoon drink in the sun.
The apartment consists of a spacious living room connected with an open kitchen, which together constitute a considerable space of 43 m2. On the lower level, the floor area is completed by a five-meter bathroom with a bathtub. The living room is decorated in a modern, gray and white color scheme, with a huge convertible sofa that can comfortably accommodate several people. The grays were broken with the color of the wood visible in the structure of the stairs leading up and the chairs surrounding the table in the dining room. The modern black, white and gray kitchen draws attention with its white hookers. On the upper level there are two beautiful large bedrooms with double beds and spacious wardrobes and a bathroom with a shower.
The apartment is sold with all equipment – the price includes a parking space in the underground garage and a storage room (2.5 m2).
The restaurant works in short-term rental with full occupancy and is an excellent investment.
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