- Updated On:
- March 31, 2020
- 4 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 98 m2
Spacious entry-level home!
Just under the smoke of Szigetvár is the village of Somogyapáti. Here only basic facilities are present such as a local store, post office and a pub. The village is easy to reach and there is a regular bus connection. For weekly shopping you are within 10 minutes in Szigetvár where the Lids, Tesco, Penny and Spar is. Of course there are also nice places to eat and drink. The beautiful city of Pecs can be reached within 55 minutes. The thermal baths of Szigetvár are also around the corner. The area is flat but surrounded with lots of nature and tranquility.
This is a wooden “chalet house” built in 2007 and in a good and immediately habitable condition. The wooden frame is completely insulated and then plastered and painted on the outside and on the inside everything is made of wood. If the wood is a bit much, painting it can already give it a completely different image and appearance. A home made of natural materials with very good insulating properties. The living area is 98 m2 on 2 floors. On the ground floor there is a hall, bedroom, spacious living room and dining room with open kitchen, bathroom with a separate toilet. On the 1st floor there are 3 more bedrooms, landing and a bathroom with toilet.
The whole stands on a double plot of 2775 m2 and there are no immediate neighbors. The garden is nicely laid out and there are also some outbuildings.
Electricity and water are present and the drainage runs through a septic tank. For heating there are now wood stoves but the gas is on the plot and can be extended into the house so that a gas central heating can come. Internet and TV connection are possible.
A nice, separate and in good condition home in a nice village and very centrally located. This property is extremely suitable for permanent residence.
Price: 8,600,000 HUF K.K. (approximately € 27,000) Buyer’s costs.
Somogyapáti is a place (község) and municipality in the Hungarian county Baranya. Somogyapáti has 567 inhabitants (2001). (5182)