- Updated On:
- March 10, 2018
- 1 Bathrooms
- 58 m2
Very interesting and historically important object!
The medium-sized village of Szigliget lies on the north bank and directly at Lake Balaton. Here are all facilities available such as supermarkets, shops, eating and drinking occasions, pharmacy, doctor and a bank. The area is hilly and surrounded by wine regions. Szigliget used to be an island but is now connected to the mainland. Many historical sights can be seen in this region.
The house, built in 1875, has a living area of 58 m2 and is currently being renovated. The property falls under the preservation of preservation as almost all houses in this region! You must adhere to strict rules and conditions when it comes to renovations and modifications of the home. At the moment there is a spacious room, bathroom with toilet and a kitchen. The spacious room can easily be divided into 3 separate rooms or rooms. The whole is 80% off …. but there is still some work to be done. The plot is only 90 m2 small but the location and the surroundings make it more than good!
Electricity and water is present the drainage runs through the sewer. Gas is on the street and can be connected. Internet and TV connection are possible.
This property is ideal for investors because the location is extremely suitable for renting as a holiday home. A good return is very possible.
Not cheap but the location right next to Lake Balaton and the beautiful nature and the many historic sights are worth every euro!
Price: 23,000,000 HUF K.K. (approximately € 76,665). Costs of the buyer.
Szigliget is a village in Hungary on the north bank of Lake Balaton. It lies about 10 km west of the Badacsony and 18 km east of Keszthely.
200 years ago, Szigliget was still an island (szig (et) = island), but by connecting the north side to the mainland, the isolated existence was ended.
The farmhouses in the village fall under preservation. The yellow-white lock with three white columns is a holiday residence for writers and poets. The corresponding park is 10 hectares. Like the Badacsony hill and the vineyards on the slopes, it was owned by the well-known noble family Eszterházy.