I now have a 2-room flat on an old street in Senta. It has city gas for hot water heating. Below are a few shots taken while viewing the place . . . not that the owner saw them being taken.
Wood floor of the warm room, the sensible one to live in. Place is about 50 square metres . . . far more than I need, but one room can be cool storage. For 70 Euros (about $100) per month, it's a deal.
Had looked at another place nearby that turned out to be, for 50 Euros a month, a bedroom in a 3-bedroom apartment to shared with two girls (or young women?) already living there. Would likely have been an odd situation . . . (and I don't think that I want to live a Serbian return of Three's Company).
The challenge-problem is the kitchen stripped bare of almost everything: no sink, counter, cupboards, fridge, stove, et cetera . . . but that stuff is available. Some of it is easily available, on long-term loan, from a friend of a friend renovating a house almost immediately across the street that still has it's full set of furniture and fixtures. Some plastics, pots, towels, and stuff will likely be purchased after my return later this week from Pale.
Simple tiled bathroom or water closet. Need shower curtain and bathmat.
The view from the street. It's not the one and a half storey house with dormers and the built-in garage. The flat is behind this house. Number on the door marks 23A Toparska (Lake Bay Street) a.k.a. Ivo Lola Ribar (War Hero Ribar Street). Have heard that it's Eva & David's favourite street in Senta. It has rough, stone cobbles, not pavement, so it has no real truck or autobus traffic, yet it's very near town centar and near reka Tisa.
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loc: Adjanska 14
temp: 20 C, sunny
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