- Updated On:
- June 27, 2020
- 3 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
- 111 m2
Spacious holiday home with a beautiful view of the Danube!
In the south of the county Baranya lies the nice city of Mohács with a very interesting history. Mohács is right on the Danube and there is a ferry across the river to the county Bács-Kiskun.
In the city you can find everything you need such as: supermarkets, local shops, hospital, schools, eating and drinking places, banks, post office, hotels and much more … The beautiful city of Pécs can be reached within 45 minutes. Not to mention the many wine regions and the various thermal baths! Szölöhegy is the wine region of Mohács and now let this beautiful object lie here!
What makes this winery unique?
Normally the wineries are rather small with a living area of maximum 40 m2 ….. this winery has a living area of no less than 111 m2! There are 2 floors and a cellar. On the ground floor there is a hall, 2 rooms and a toilet. On the 1st floor there are 3 rooms and a bathroom with toilet. Because of the layout and the space, this winery is also suitable for permanent living. There is also a nice wine cellar. From the balcony on the 1st floor you have a beautiful panoramic view and you can see the ships on the Danube sail by.
The general condition is good and part of the windows and doors have already been replaced by double glazing. The plot is not very big with 632 m2 but the garden is nicely laid out.
Electricity and water is present. The drainage runs via a septic tank. As heating there is now a built-in typical Hungarian tile stove but there is the possibility to have a central heating on gas because the gas connection is already on the plot. Internet and TV connection is possible.
Truly an exceptionally spacious and practically arranged wine house in a beautiful location and very suitable for rental as a holiday home!
Price: 15,500,000 HUF K.K. (approximately € 49,000). Costs Buyer.
Mohács is a town in Hungary. Mohács (about 20,000 inhabitants) is on the Danube 45 km away east of Pécs and 11 km from the border with Croatia. (899-37)