Historic, listed mansion, the 'Clock Villa' was built by an industrialist chocolate factory owner in 1843 
Spacious living & reception room with hand crafted marble fire place 
The room boasts ceilings of 3,8 m and opens to the covered patio that leads onto the gardens 
These rooms hosted Queen Sissi, Queen of Austria-Hungary in 1897 
Lavish entrance hall with custom design marble floors 
This historical villa was completely rebuilt in 2007 with a great deal of care, preserving the original character 
Excellent view spanning from the entrance hall through the living room to the terraces 
Sizeable dining room for up to 12 people, situated between the kitchen and the living room 
All the rooms have multiple windows onto the surrounding gardens 
Covered patio with Dorian pillars from the 1840s 
Gorgeous classical facade with the famous clock what the villa was named after 
Huge, intimate dining terrace adjoining the patio that connects to the living room 
Sprawling park grounds with endless mature trees 
The garden is an oasis for children or adults alike with a plot for sports or entertainment 
Fully equipped sizable kitchen with plenty of storage space 
The kitchen provides space for 5 people for casual dining 
Main bathroom with marble covering and stylish design 
The oversized main bathroom features marble covering and stylish design 
It boasts plenty of natural light owing to three, hand painted, frosted glass windows 
A bright family room upstairs creates a lively, second living space or play area, away from the ground floor grandeur 
Upstairs bedroom with its huge, adjoining terrace overlooking the main garden 
Suite size upstairs bedroom (Nr. 1) incorporates a large sitting area and work space 
Nr. 2 Upstairs bedroom 
 
 
One of two upstairs bathrooms 
Nr. 3 Upstairs bedroom with adjoining balcony 
Nr. 4 Upstairs bedroom with adjoining balcony 
A cozy basement in the same high quality finish with full of pleasant surprises 
Wine cellar of sophisticated design with separate climatisation 
Thermally insulated glass walls separate the wine cellar from the neighboring spa area 
Finnish sauna with relaxing area 
A guest studio room now turned into 'music room' with garden connection ideal for loud teenager-activities 
On of the two marble plaques citing events of Hungarian history that took place in the villa 
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Exquisite 19th century residence

House, Buy | Hungary, Budapest, XII. kerület

Property Description

This luxurious listed mansion of historic significance is set on a sprawling lot at one of the most desirable and sought-after residential addresses. The villa was built in 1843 in neo-classical style and underwent complete renovation and thorough modernization in 2007. This home is now in top, contemporary condition. The property’s restored historic character works in perfect harmony with the added contemporary aesthetics and combines the best of older classic architecture with all the modern upgrades. Superb craftsmanship, premium materials, quality & style define the interiors that spread on three levels. Features such as marble floored, large entrance hallway, 3,8 m high ground floor ceilings, grand living room with hand-crafted fire place, purist style wine cellar and sauna give some clue as to the level of exclusivity offered here. This fine residence is equipped with all the comforts that a home of this stature deserves including fully integrated air-conditioning, electric shutters, central vacuum cleaner, oak wooden floorboard and much more.
Come summer, the exclusive, spacious living room is extended onto the sprawling terrace with Doric pillars. In the adjoining dining room opulent dinners with guests can be hosted with ease. The far section of the ground floor furthermore comprises the master suite with a large marble bathroom. The upper floor features a bright family room with glazed roof, four bedrooms, three of them with private terraces, and two bathrooms. The basement includes a wine cellar, a small spa oasis with sauna, a guest section with two additional bedrooms and two bathrooms and several storage and utility space. Under the 100-year old trees a lush, manicured, children-friendly garden rounds off this offer, featuring a chill-out area and a parking lot for two cars.
The clock, decorating the classical facade of the villa, is one of Budapest's most prominent timepieces. The villa is famous for many moments in Hungarian history: military commander, Artúr Görgey, headquartered here, when conducted the reconquering of the Buda castle in 1849. Among other famous guests of the residence were renowned Hungarian poet, Sándor Petőfi and army general György Klapka. In 1897, Queen Elisabeth (Sissi) also stayed here for a short visit.
This home is a true jewel for connoisseurs.


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