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House for sale

Hungary - Szigetvár, Baranya

Guide Price £4,400

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Set in the winemaking area outside the small village of Nagypeterd only a few km east of Szigetvar town.

The cottage is 45m2 and consists of a sitting room and a kitchen room which has access to the underground cellar.

The pressroom would be ideal to make the bedroom and bathroom.

Very simple layout for this cottage which when renovated would make an ideal holiday home in a most tranquil area.

Mains electricity is connected to the cottage and the water comes from the water tank. A fresh water well can be drilled to provide running water for the property.

The outside grounds extend to 2,900 m2 and offer a cultivated section of grapevines as well as plenty of mature trees making the setting very nice indeed.

The price includes all winemaking equipment,

Szigetvar town is around 5 minutes away and offers plenty of shopping opportunities.
With a population of 12,000 inhabitants in the southwestern region of Hungary, in Baranya county, 30 km from the Croatian border this Historic small town is rich in monuments, providing the possibility of quiet relaxation for visitors.

There is a Thermal beach with excellent medicinal water, exhibitions and live music programs are provided for the visitors of Szigetvár during the whole year.

Pecs is 25km away and is the fifth largest city of Hungary, located on the slopes of the Mecsek mountains in the south-west of the country.
Blessed with a mild climate, an illustrious past and a number of fine museums and monuments, Pécs is one of the most pleasant and interesting cities to visit in Hungary. With a handful of universities, the nearby Mecsek Hills and a lively nightlife, many travellers put it second only to Budapest on their Hungary 'must-see' list.
Lying equidistant from the Danube to the east and the Dráva to the south on a plain sheltered from the northern winds by the Mecsek Hills, Pécs enjoys a microclimate that lengthens the summer and is ideal for viticulture and fruit production, especially almonds. A fine time to visit is during a warm indián nyár (Indian summer), when the light seems to take on a special quality.

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