15. Horváth Mihály Square, Budapest
Phone: +36 1 999 11 55
Marone House is more than just another condominium. Our design is smart yet simple, aiming to provide an effortless transition between the city and the home. Modern windows, doors and balconies are set into beautifully textured walls which complement the neighbourhood’s magnificent period buildings. Nearly all the apartments face south-east or south-west, allowing light to enter all day long. Inviting, open floor plans create a sense of space and comfort. Residents benefit from a green and spacious inner courtyard with room to sit and stroll, and a roof garden with attractive views. An underground garage and storage space for bicycles are also provided, allowing residents to make the most of city life whether they’re travelling on four wheels or two. There is a concierge service available for the residents 24/7. The house is ready, all apartments are sold.
“When designing a house, we always focus on creating a well-functioning building that is also attractive and welcoming. It’s important that the apartments and public areas offer a special experience while also maintaining functionality. We believe that the basis of a truly unique building is the location itself. Marone House is a great example of this. When designing the building, we wanted to emphasize this very feature by creating a charming and high-quality building that fits perfectly into its environment.”
Gergely Fernezelyi (DLA), FBIS Architects, CEO and lead architect
Marone House is designed to be kind to both its residents and the environment, and so is equipped with the latest green and energy-efficient solutions. A surface heating system with renewable energy provides by air-water heatpump heat in winter and cool air in summer, eliminating the need for radiators and air conditioning. Moreover, you can set it up even from your mobile. This system is not only cheaper and more environmentally friendly, but also healthier than conventional heating systems. The apartments retain heat outstandingly thanks to triple-glazed windows, built-in electric window blinds and extra insulation. Due to its energy-efficiency, the cost of utilities of each apartment will remain low even in the current market conditions.
Marone House’s location in a central, rapidly changing neighbourhood makes it an excellent starting point for professionals and students who thrive in a lively urban environment. The area is home to a cinema, a market, two shopping centres, and an abundance of restaurants, bars and cafes, with new places opening all the time. The area is served by the M4 metro line, the 4 and 6 tram lines and numerous bus lines, all located within a 5-minute walk of Marone House. Several university faculties are easily accessible on foot, with many more just a few stops away on public transportation. Most of the main tourist attractions are less than 15 minutes away.
The transformation of Horváth Mihály square in front of Marone House started in August 2023 is about to turn the square into a more pedestrian-friendly, green and fun place.
Thanks to its recently refurbished public spaces, improvements to infrastructure and cultural developments, the 8th district is rapidly becoming one of Budapest’s most sought-after neighbourhoods for renters. Real estate prices have increased constantly over the past few years, yet the district is still under-evaluated, with a further boost expected in the coming years. The excellent location, convenient access to public transport and the proximity of the university make the apartments in Marone House easy to rent, and ensure that demand will remain stable in the long term. The high quality construction and built-in equipments ensures that the apartments will have a high value on long-term as well.