- Updated On:
- August 22, 2019
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
- 100 m2
Spacious entry ready home in beautiful location!
Located in the middle of the Mecsek Mountains lies the medium-sized village of Mecseknádasd where there are still many facilities such as a supermarket, convenience store, post office and pharmacy, primary school, various food and beverage outlets and so on. It is a beautiful and well-kept village. The shopping city of Pécs can be reached within 35 minutes. (30 km) The village is surrounded by a beautiful and hilly area with many forests. There are many walking and cycling options.
Very spacious house (tent roof) in a beautiful location, located on the outskirts of the popular and prosperous Swabian village of Mecseknádasd, in the middle of the Mecsek Mountains and within walking distance of a nature park.
The house is in a good and immediately habitable condition and has been well renovated in recent years and equipped with all modern comfort. The living area is approximately 100 m2 and there is a spacious hall.2 bedrooms, kitchen, bathroom, separate toilet, living room and a nice bay window. Below the house there is also a very useful basement where you can easily make an extra guesthouse or hobby room with a little effort. The entire house has plastic frames with double glazing and mosquito nets and shutters. On the spacious plot of 1371 m2 are still several outbuildings including a newly built carport with terrace. It is also interesting that the parcel at the rear can be reached through an asphalted road.
Electricity, water and gas are present and the drainage runs through the sewer. For heating there is a gas central heating. Internet and TV connection is possible.
Really a solid and in very good condition home located in a prosperous village in the foothills of the Mecsek Mountains.
Mecseknádasd (German: Nadasch) is a place (község) and municipality in the Hungarian county Baranya. Mecseknádasd has 1537 inhabitants (1-1-2010), most of whom belong to the Danube-Swabia: about 90% of the inhabitants have a German dialect as their first mother tongue. In the course of history the village has had different names, all a variation on the original name (9072)