Not Available $2,100.0 per month - Private House, Villa
Villas Tay Ho for Rent at To Ngoc Van street. Land area: 150 Sq.m and built area: 100 Sqm*3 storey. It’s semi-furnished. There are 05 bedrooms, 01 entertainment room, 04 bthrooms. There is close kitchen with fridge, oven, dishwasher. There is bright living room and dinning room, Air conditioner for all room, large front yard for carprking. It’s near the bars, cafe, restaurants, supermarkets, international shools, Westlake. It’s also close to Bus-stop and bus station. Direct access to main streets. It has good security and easy traffic to other area of Hanoi.
About Westlake: West Lake was created from a curved part of Red River and appeared in several Vietnamese legends. One legend suggests that West Lake was shaped after the battle between Lạc Long Quân and a nine-tailed fox spirit, that’s why the lake was once called “Fox Corpse Swamp” (Đầm Xác Cáo). Another folk story claimed that original name of the lake is “Golden Buffalo Lake” (Hồ Trâu Vàng, or Han Viet: Hồ Kim Ngưu) because it was formed from struggle of a buffalo after the disappearance of her calf. In 11th century, the lake was named “Foggy Lake” (Han Viet: Hồ Dâm Đàm) from its misty condition and ultimately its name was changed to “West Lake” in 1573 to avoid the given name of king Lê Thế Tông which was Duy Đàm. West Lake is bordered with many significant places in history of Hanoi and Vietnam. Trấn Quốc Pagoda, oldest pagoda in Vietnam, was built in 6th century by Lý Nam Đế and now locates on a small island in the middle of the lake. Near Tran Quoc Pagoda is Quán Thánh Temple, one of the Four Sacred Temples of ancient Hanoi (Vietnamese: Tứ trấn Thăng Long). Chu Van An High School, one of the oldest high schools in Vietnam, also locates close to the lake.