*Reduced sale price it was 00,00 Euro now is 00,00 Euro for that 2 bedrooms Bungalow house for sale unfurnished on the west bank of Luxor city, Egypt.
The Bungalow house is set in a quiet area of Ramla on the west bank of Luxor city, Egypt. Just off the Nile front and only a few minutes walk to the river.
The entrance is through a secure steel gate leading into the walled garden which has flowers, shrubs, and aromatic scented plants.
This house consists of an open style kitchen/Lounge/dining area. Which is also fully furnished with sofas, ceiling fan, flat-screen TV, dining tables and chairs.
A good size kitchen with fitted base units with granite work surfaces, stainless steel sink, cooker, and fridge freezer.
There are 2 bedrooms and both have, wardrobe, dressing table with mirror ceiling fan and air condition unit.
Two bathrooms with full-size bath, shower, washbasin, mirror & WC. Also one of them has a washing machine.
The roof terrace has sunny & shaded areas with table & chairs and partial Nile view.
Access to the first floor which is a roof terrace or for the addition of further floors to the house. Stunning panoramic views of Theban Peaks and local farmlands from the roof terrace or any upper floors added.
That 2 bedrooms Bungalow house for rent with weekly rent is 100 Euros, Monthly is 250 Euros. Long-term on the west bank of Luxor city, Egypt. Also, it’s close to all amenities, shops, restaurants, pharmacy, supermarkets and coffee shops.
It is situated just 5 minutes’ walk to the ferry point and motorboats crossings which take you to the East bank of Luxor city. Also to the great monument of Luxor Temple, Karnak Temple, Luxor Museum and Museum of embalming.
There are excellent transport links of taxis and local buses that will take you to all the ancient monuments and historic sites of the West Bank, Valley of the Kings and Queens including the original tomb of the famous Tutankhamen and the new replica tomb situated near to Carter house. Also, the temples of Hatshepsut, Ramses II, Seti I and the wonderful Habu Temple, workers village, and tombs of the Nobles.