- Updated On:
- December 4, 2020
- 3 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
- 168 m2
Luxurious and very spacious home!
Deep in the south of Baranya and on the border of Croatia is the village of Homorúd. Here are all the facilities available that are necessary for daily life. Supermarket, convenience store and a bank and post office. The location is central to the nice and prosperous city of Baja. The pleasant town of Mohács can be reached within 15 minutes (10 km) and the beautiful city of Pécs within 45 minutes via the provincial road. (but first with the ferry across the Danube to Mohács) The area is rural and there is a lot of peace and freedom. Homorúd is located in the part of Baranya which can be reached via the ferry from Mohács (twice an hour) and is part of the Danube Dráva National park. From there you can easily reach the other county of Bács-Kiskun. Characteristic of this area is the fact that there are few houses per km 2 and therefore there is a lot of peace and privacy.
This luxury home has been completely renovated and is in a very good and immediately habitable condition. The renovation has been done in a way that meets the Western European standards. The living area is no less than 168 m2 and there is a hall, dining room, kitchen, bathroom, separate toilet, living room, storage room, laundry room, cellar and 3 bedrooms. There are no fewer than 3 connected garages and the whole stands on a spacious plot of 2465 m2. The garden is beautifully landscaped and is accessible via an electric gate. You can enjoy a real Hungarian wine under the covered terrace. There is also a wooden storage room on the plot and there are 2 wells.
Electricity, water and gas are available and the drainage runs through the sewer. As heating there is a gas central heating. Internet and TV is possible.
Ideal for permanent residence and for people who love space and freedom!
Price: 52,500,000 HUF (approximately € 149,950). Costs for the buyer.
Homorúd is a place (község) and municipality in the Hungarian county Baranya. Homorúd has 702 inhabitants (2001). (899-180)