Spacious winery suitable for permanent residence!
In the south of the Baranya county lies the nice town of Mohács with a very interesting history. Mohács is located right on the Danube and there is a ferry across the river to the Bács-Kiskun county.
In the city you can find everything you need such as: supermarkets, local shops, hospital, schools, eating and drinking places, banks, post office, hotels and much more … The beautiful city of Pécs can be reached within 45 minutes. Not to mention the many wine regions and the various thermal baths! Szölöhegy is the wine region of Mohács and ther lies this beautiful object !
The holiday home is in good condition and can be inhabited immediately and is also equipped with all modern comfort. There is a living area of 120 m2 available on 3 floors and there is a living room, kitchen, bathroom with toilet on the ground floor. On the 1st floor there is also a living room, bedroom and a bathroom with toilet and a spacious terrace with views over the Danube. On the 2nd floor there are 2 more bedrooms. In the basement there is a wine cellar in good condition.Factually very spacious for this type of home! Given the state suitable for permanent residence. There are also good rental options. There are many fruit trees and vines on the 1823 plot and there is also a spacious garage of approximately 40 m2.
Electricity and water is present. The drainage runs through a septic tank. For heating there are wood stoves and a tiled stove. Internet and TV connection is possible. It is possible to connect gas because the main pipe is at the front of the street, so you can easily extend it to the home and then install a gas central heating.
The winery is easily accessible via an asphalted road!
Really a nice winery in a beautiful location and also very suitable for permanent residence!
Price: 13,900,000 HUF K.K. (approximately € 44,000) Purchaser’s costs.
Mohács is a town in Hungary. Mohács (about 20,000 inhabitants) is located on the Danube, 45 km east of Pécs and 11 km from the border with Croatia. (899-88)