APARTMENTS IN KIEV. LONGTERM LEASE & SALE
Oasis in Kiev or one of the best place to live in Kiev
Nikolska Slobodka & Levoberezhka. Metro station "Levoberezhna"
Most of foreigners asking for apartment for rent prefere Kiev center but Kiev has many other good locations to live. In this article, I'd like to focus on the massive Levoberezhka (left bank), and Nikolskaya Slobodka, both beautiful modern residential goliaths, located right next to the Levoberezhnaya subway stop.
The residents of these microneighborhoods have access to all the amenities in this resort town. There's a sand beach on the Dnepr, floating restaurants, the sports fields in the Hydropark, and a manicured park along the Rusanovskaya Riverbank. In the summer these microneighborhoods really do resemble a resort. People in swimsuits and flip flops, holding towels and balloon floats, head out en masse to the Dnepr, across the Rusanovskaya Riverbank.
One of the least poluted areas of Kyiv
The best place for a healthy lifestyle: park, river & fresh air
Dozens of great restaurants along the riverbank make this street a real promenade. Nowhere else in Kiev did I ever see so many health enthusiasts. Starting early in the morning, young and old, they head out for a run in the park. And the fields, sporting outdoor exercise machines, are never empty. Even in the winter, the street never dies down, from the constant current of “morzhi”, cold weather swimmers. Most importantly, all of this is within 10-15 minutes away from the subway, and only 4 stops away from Khreschiatyka.
Sunset. View from the park
Convenient public transport: metro station "Levoberezhna", shuttle-buses, buses
Statistically, according to children's polyclinics, these microneighborhoods are regarded as some of the most environmentally clean in Kiev, and clean air means less illness.
As for schools, Rusanovskiy Licée and school №128 regularly lead in educational quality ratings, and when you count exit exams, they outperform other schools. And, after renovations, school №128 now boasts not only modern classrooms, but also a modern swimming pool.
Now let's examine the real estate market in these microneighborhoods. The microneighborhoods themselves finished construction by the late 70s. Then in 2002, there was a rebuilding of the area. Due to that, you can now feel a difference in the quality of the buildings that arose even within a few years of each other. One of the main differences that is reflected in, are the prices.
Let's take a look at the new buildings in these microneighborhoods. These include the residential houses on P. Okipnoy St., Nikolsko-Slobodskoy and Lunacharskovo, the last two streets with older architecture, and thus, lower prices.