Property of the Week: One-Bedroom Apartment on Dunajska, Ljubljana

By , 13 Feb 2019, 20:00 PM Real Estate
Property of the Week: One-Bedroom Apartment on Dunajska, Ljubljana All photos from Think Slovenia

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  • Location: Ljubljana
  • Price: From €875 a month
  • Bedrooms: One

This week’s property is in the capital, a one-bedroom apartment for rent in the Eko srebrna hiša (Eco Silver House) project, a building that serves as a showcase for sustainable, low-energy architecture.

Located on Dunajska cesta, and a short drive, bike or bus ride from the centre of town, the apartment is available for short- to long-term rental, with the price starting at €1,260 for one month, and falling to €875 with a six-month contract, utilities not included. It’s currently being handled by Think Slovenia, who describe it as follows:

Newly built and furnished one bedroom apartment on the 5th floor in a superb modern ecological apartment development located on Dunajska cesta - in the Bežigrad district close to Ljubljana's main commercial / business district. The development is the first passive building of this scale in Central Europe, and offers an excellent quality of construction, energy efficiency and smart controls of all devices and facilities, which makes running costs extremely low.



The city centre is just a 10-minute drive away, and the Ljubljana ring-road just a minute's drive – while the combination of access to the main business district, the historic city centre and connections to get out of town make it a very good all round location.



The building is surrounded by a communal garden with children's playground. The apartment consists of an entry room, open-plan kitchen with living room and access to a balcony, bathroom and one bedroom with balcony access. There is one parking space in the underground garage that belongs to the apartment and a storage room.

You can see more of this, and other properties for sale or rent all over the country, at Think Slovenia.

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