Super brand new 3 bedroom house for rent in Ngoc Thuy street Long Bien district near Old quater
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Super brand new 3 bedroom house for rent in Ngoc Thuy street Long Bien district
This house is brand new located in Ngoc Thuy street, near Alexandre Yersin school. Therefore, it is good offer for group of teachers or family to stay. Right now, it is provided with basic furniture. If tenant needs fully furnished, the owner will meet your requirement.
The total living area is 160sqm, designed with 1 living room connected to kitchen on 1st floor. There are 3 bedrooms funished with: 2 ways AC, curtain, wooden floor, big glass window, 4 bathrooms with new equipment.
The rooftop has big space for laundry and hanging up clothes.
Nearby: Vinmart, Long Bien bridge, market, Mipec Riverside, gym, swimming pool, restaurant,...
Price for basic furnished: 500$/month
Fully furnished: 720$/month
Pls contact: 0963492659 Ms Linh
- Air conditioner
- Wood floor
Using Area (m2)
Long Biên District is an urban district (quận) of Hanoi, the capital city of Vietnam. Long Bien district is established basing on the total natural areas and population of following communes: Thuong Thanh, Giang Bien, Ngoc Thuy, Viet Hung, Hoi Xa, Gia Thuy, Bo De, Long Bien, Thach Ban, Cu Khoi and towns such as Gia Lam, Duc Giang, Sai Dong.
The district has a total area of 6,038.24 km2 and a population of 170,706 people.
Administrative border of Long Bien district: The East borders with Gia Lam district; The West borders with Hoan Kiem district; The South is Thanh Tri district and the north borders with Dong Anh district, Gia Lam.
Administrative units: 14 administrative units including the following precincts: Gia Thuy, Ngoc Lam, Bo De, Phuc Dong, Phuc Loi, Thuong Thanh, Giang Bien, Ngoc Thuy, Viet Hung, Long Bien, Thach Ban, Cu Khoi, Duc Giang, Sai Dong.
Headquarter of District People’s Committee: Viet Hung precinct, Hanoi.
Before the expansion, Long Bien was named Gia Lam- a rural district largely dominated by rice paddy fields and tiled houses. The inclusion of this area into the urban core has changed much of the landscape. Old pagodas and temples still remain but side by side with new buildings. Long Bien is known for its Le Mat village, famous for its snakes and derivative products from snakes such as spring rolls and snake wine.