Unique property located directly on the Danube!
Located directly on the Danube river lies the medium-sized village of Dunaszekcső. Here all facilities are available such as a supermarket, convenience store, doctor, pharmacy and eateries. there are also various wine regions nearby.The cozy town of Mohács can be reached within 20 minutes (15 km) and from here you can take a boat trip on the Danube or the crossing to Bács-Kiskun. The beautiful city of Pécs can be reached within 45 minutes.
Letterly on the banks of the Danube lies this very interesting and spacious home. The location, building style, materials used, the space and the possibility to combine living and work makes it something very special. You can live in it yourself or turn it into apartments for rental or a combination of both! The house was built in 2000 and provided with all the convenience and of course in a good and immediately habitable condition. Wood has been used a lot, which gives it a warm appearance.
The living space is no less than 191 m2 and is spread over 2 floors. Several rooms have hardwood floors.
- Ground floor: spacious hall, living room with fireplace, kitchen, pantry, small hall, bathroom with toilet, 2 bedrooms. On the ground floor there is also a beautiful veranda.
- 1st floor: landing / corridor, 3 bedrooms and a bathroom with toilet. On the 1st floor there is a spacious terrace of 29 m2 with a truly panoramic view over the Danube.
The whole stands on a practical plot of 424 m2 and there is also a cellar, storage space and a covered parking space available.
Electricity, water and gas is present and the drainage runs through the sewer. For heating there is a gas central heating and a beautiful fireplace. Internet and TV connection is possible and there is also already an alarm system present.
Really something unique and that also at a unique location directly on the Danube …..!
Price: 31.500.000 HUF K.K. (approximately € 99,995) Costs Buyer.
Dunaszekcső is a municipality in the Hungarian county of Baranya. Dunaszekcső has 2080 inhabitants. Wikipedia (899-60)