The first property on the luxury segment in Romania that can be traded with Bitcoin

Romania Sotheby’s International Realty announces the first property in the luxury real estate segment in Romania that can be traded with Bitcoin.

The property consists of a splendid and spacious penthouse located within the Washington Residence in Bucharest. Relatively new development, Washington Residence has the advantages of an excellent location in the Dorobanti area (one of the most sought after neighborhoods in Bucharest), as well as a low-density area with a quiet atmosphere, although located in the city center.

The owner of the penthouse, in love with art, has invested in both state-of-the-art finishes and technology, but also in the design of the property, a charming and flawless pop art, which stylistically unites all surfaces of the building.

The listing price is 1,750,000 Euro.

Since 2017, Sotheby’s International Realty has brokered transactions on the US market that allowed payment with Bitcoin. Given that this method of payment has begun to be accepted in other European real estate markets, it announces the first luxury property in Romania whose owner accepts payment with Bitcoin.

Recently, in early 2021, the venerable Sotheby’s Auction House also announced that it accepts payment via Bitcoin and Ether for physical works of art, as well as for rare diamonds.

“We are very proud to be part of a group that is pioneering, and through investments started even more than 10 years ago, the company can offer its customers assistance even in more sophisticated areas,” said Monica Barbu, CEO at Romania Sotheby’s International Realty.

Sotheby’s International Realty entered the Romanian market in July 2020 through the association with Artmark Historical Estate, a company founded in 2014 and which belonged to the Artmark group – the largest cultural promotion platform in the Romanian art market.

bitcoinBucharestDorobantiluxurypenthhousepop-artpropertyreal estateRomania Sotheby’s InternationaltradedWashington Residence
Comments (0)
Add Comment