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  • Updated On:
  • January 27, 2021
  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • 78 m2


Nice townhouse!

Located between Pécs and Mohács is the medium-sized village of Olasz where various basic facilities are still present. The location of the village is very beautiful and in a hilly area. The Hásságy lake is also nearby. The provincial road to and from Pécs and Mohács almost borders the village, which means that you will be in one of these beautiful cities in no time. there are many cycling and walking options available. Olasz is a relatively prosperous village and certainly not an empty village. There are mainly Hungarians living there. Pécs and Mohács can be reached within 25 minutes.

This house, built around 2010, is really something for someone who is looking for something modern but in a certain style and who does not need a large garden. It is a terraced house built in Italian style and that in, almost, nature. The living area is 78 m2 and these are spread over 2 floors. On the ground floor there is a hall, living room, kitchen and dining room and a separate toilet. On the 1st floor there are 2 bedrooms, bathroom with toilet and a laundry room. from the covered terrace you have a view of the open field. The whole is in a good and immediately habitable condition.

Electricity, water and gas are present and the drainage runs through the sewer. Heating is a gas central heating. Internet and TV connection are possible.

It is just a separate, ready to move in and very practical home in a neat village and very centrally located.

The price is really a bargain !!

Olasz is a place (község) and municipality in the Hungarian county Baranya. Olasz has 623 inhabitants (2001). 899-90


Country: Hungary
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Property Id : 95887
Property Size: 78 m2
Rooms: 1
Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1
Structure Type: Brick
Floors No: 1
Other Features
fenced yard
front yard
gas heating
partly renovated

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