- Updated On:
- November 10, 2020
- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
- 114 m2
Beautiful house in the wine region of Szekszárd!
Beautifully located in the wine region of Szekszárd is the medium-sized village of Várdomb where many amenities are still available such as supermarket, local shops, pharmacy, pub and a doctor’s post. Centrally located between Szekszárd (15 minutes) and Bátaszék (6 km) and the m6 to Budapest is also only 10 minutes. The connections to and from Várdomb are very good and the provincial road 56, borders the village. The area is hilly and surrounded by lots of nature ….. and the historic wine region is beautiful ….. and that is where this beautiful house is located …!
The wine region is easily accessible and this also applies to the house because it is located on the asphalt road and is easily accessible in both summer and winter. The surroundings and the view are beautiful.
In 2011, the construction of this high-quality house was started using excellent insulating materials and in 2018 the extension will be as good as finished. Old stones and a lot of wood have been used, which gives an attractive warm appearance.
The living area is 114 m2 and divided over 3 floors:
Basement 23 m2: storage
Ground floor 75 m2: a hall, dining room, kitchen, bathroom with toilet, living room, storage and landing.
Attic 39 m2: 2 bedrooms and various spaces to be divided for, among other things, extra bedrooms and a bathroom.
Extra 22 m2: covered terrace.
The whole stands on a beautifully landscaped plot of 3004 m2 and there is a lot of privacy and freedom. Ideal for people who love peace, space and nature and also want to live in a unique location.
Electricity and water are available and the drainage is via a septic tank. There is a heater with a water-based central heating system that is heated by the heater. Internet and TV connection are possible.
It is not a bargain but well worth every € … the pictures speak for themselves!
Várdomb is a place (község) and municipality in the Hungarian county Tolna. Várdomb has 1261 inhabitants (2001). 799-184