- Updated On:
- January 27, 2021
- 1 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
- 85 m2
Beautiful holiday home in a quiet area!
Located in the Tolna county lies the large village of Simontornya. Here are all facilities such as: supermarkets, eating and drinking places, small hospital, pharmacy, schools and much more. The area is spacious and surrounded with lots of nature …. flat but also hilly sections.
The village is ideal for people who want to meet the real Hungary, the people in the village are hospitable and friendly. The many vineyards provide beautiful views!
The surroundings are beautiful, from Simontornya you can easily visit surrounding places such as Székesfehérvár, Szekszárd, Tamási and also Lake Balaton is about a 30-minute drive away. The main roads in the village are Malom utca and Petöfi utca, along these roads you will find shops, cafes and restaurants.
The main attraction of the village is “the tower of Simon”, a keep built in the 13th century. The building has since been restored so many times that it is a puzzle of architectural styles. In the summer months you can also view the building from the inside. In the mountains around the village you will find so-called “living cellars”. Small caves in which nowadays mainly wine cellars can be found but in which gypsies also live.
Restaurants and entertainment: There is a thermal bath in Simontornya that is closed on Mondays. You will also find a campsite near this swimming pool. There are two affordable hotels: Tó Étterem és Motel (also restaurant) and Gála Panzió. In the village you will find restaurants such as Bonci Étterem és Pizzéria and Tulipán Étterem where you can eat a delicious meal at a reasonable price.
PLEASE NOTE: In Simontornya you can, for a fee, fish for carp.
Located in the hills of the beautiful wine region is this beautiful holiday home with a beautiful view and completely detached. The photo reportage and video speak for themselves!
-This is one of the few houses in this immediate area which is easily accessible via an asphalted road!
– The long purchase procedure applies here
This spacious and in good condition holiday home, built from stone, has a living space of approximately 185 m2 which are spread over 2 floors. The whole is on a nice usable plot of 2797 m2 (2 plots)
Layout of the house:
bathroom with toilet
wine cellar and storage.
spacious, partly covered, terrace
bedroom of approximately 36 m2 where you can easily make 2 bedrooms.
Electricity and water is present and the drainage runs through a septic tank. For heating there is now a typical Hungarian tile stove and there is air conditioning.
This is also a separate object in a beautiful, free environment and again with a beautiful view over the vineyards and hills!
The buyer wants the purchase amount in €
Simontornya is a place (város) and municipality in the Hungarian county Tolna. Simontornya has 4608 inhabitants (2001). Simontornya is centrally located in Hungary at the foot of the starting hills of the southern Mecsek Mountains and now has 4950 inhabitants. The city has its origins in the 4th century, as evidenced by excavations from the Celtic and Roman times. The city is named after the building tower (tornya) built by Salamon’s son Simon in 1280. One of the residents was Palatine Laslo Garai who, together with a number of other families, set up a conspiracy against King Mathias. The then residential tower was expanded into a palace in the Renaissance style and was finished in 1509. The village is situated at a crossroads, east to Danube, south to Pécs, west to the Adriatic Sea and north to Vienna. On the oldest maps you can find the village, destroyed by the Turks in the 1500s, but constantly rebuilt. In 1728, the first stone was laid for Empress Maria Theresia for the construction of the beautiful Baroque church and monastery. The village of Ozora is 20 km from the vineyard and there is a visit to the castle of Count Pipo Scolari worthwhile. In Dég, just 12 km from Simontornya, is one of the most beautiful castles in Hungary. Built between 1810-20 by Count Festetics de Tolna, in the classical style with a beautiful English garden. On the island in the lake of the castle is the “Holland Házi”, which originally was the cowshed and later the great hall of the countess. In short, there is plenty to do in the immediate area. (29100) 799-11