1 bedroom house for sale
Hungary - Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén, Csernely
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- Fully Renovated
- Gas Central Heating
- Nice Views
The local village will provide you with local shops for your day to day needs as well as a couple of local bars.
Szilvasarad is a Small mountain town 25 kilometres north of Eger, in the Szalajka-valley, which forms the Western edge of the Bükk Mountain National Park in North-eastern Hungary.
Main sights are: Veil-waterfall, Rock-spring, Open-air Museum which is unique in Europe, a Game Preserve, Caveman's Cave, Stock farm of trout, Fish Lakes, Narrow-gauge Railway and the Hungarian Lipizzaner stud farm where horseback riding and carriage driving are attractions.
The beautiful baroque city of Eger is 30 minutes away by car and has all the shopping facilities you would expect including a shopping mall, Tesco and Lidl supermarkets.
The city centre itself is a worth visiting to see the magnificent Basilica and the castle.
Visit the narrow alleyways in the inner part of Eger near the castle to find many cafes and traditional local shops.
Beside its historic sights and its thermal baths, Eger is famous for its wines. It produces both red and white wines of high quality. The famous and traditional varieties of the region are Egri Leányka, Egerszóláti Olaszrizling, Debrői Hárslevelű (whites), and Egri Bikavér (a red). More recently, Chardonnay and Pinot noir wines have appeared. The region's wines are said to bear a resemblance to those of Burgundy.
Visit the "Valley of the beautiful women" for wine tasting and great food.
The spa and water park of Bukkszek is also in easy reach, visit www.bukkszek,hu for full details of this great day out.
The Bukk mountain range is a member of the Northern Central Mountain range, differing from the rest of the volcanic mountains in its geological past. The majority is made up of sedimentary stones, particularly dolomite and limestone.
The highlands are more than 800m and are surrounded by sharp, rugged rocks including Bel-Ko,Pes-Ko,Tar-Ko,Voros-Ko and Kovek(Ko in Hungarian means stone) and give stunning panoramic views to the southern foot of the range.
The house was constructed in 1960 using sturdy stone for foundations and brick for the walls which are in good condition along with the roof.
Inside you will find a small reception room/hallway which leads to the other rooms of the house which are as follows;
2 main large rooms for which one could make a nice sized living/dining room and the other a good double bedroom.
There is a kitchen/dining room which has a small range of modern base and wall cabinets as well as the built in cooker and hob.
Next to the kitchen is the utility room.
There is also a tiled bathroom with toilet, basin, and bath with shower mixer tap. The hot water boiler is also located here.
The property benefits from a gas central heating system and all public utilities connected to the house.
Outside the gardens are 2000m2 and have many mature trees and shrubs as well as a small stream which provides a very pleasant outdoor environment.
There is a patio area for dining outside during the warm summer months.
The property occupies a slightly elevated position which give wonderful views of the surrounding area.
The property and gardens provide excellent value for money and the current price.
Purchase price includes all buying costs including Solicitor/our fees/translation of contracts/transfer of public utilities to your name.
Sterling price may vary due to the fluctuation of the Hungarian Forint exchange rate.
Prices are fixed in Hungarian Forints.
Hungarian Forint Price = 3,590,000