One of the standout features of this farmhouse is its spaciousness. With a total build of 137 square meters, there is plenty of room for comfortable living. Additionally, there is an additional 70 square meters that can be utilized as a garage, warehouse, or even to expand the existing home. The ground floor boasts a cozy living room, a large fitted kitchen, two bedrooms, and a bathroom. On the upper floor, you will find two more bedrooms and another bathroom, providing ample space for a growing family or accommodating guests.
While the farmhouse may require some modernization, it is being sold fully furnished, making it a hassle-free move-in ready option.
The rustic plot of 23,000 square meters adds to the charm of this property. Although most of the land is mountainous, there is approximately 1,000 square meters of flat and fully fenced land in front of the house, perfect for outdoor activities or even starting a small garden.
The property is powered by solar panels, ensuring a sustainable and eco-friendly energy source, while the water service is provided through a tank.
It is important to note that the last 5 kilometers to the property are accessed by an unpaved road, adding to the secluded and private feel of this farmhouse.
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- 4 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- 207m² Build size
- 23,000m² Plot size
* Transfer tax is based on the sale value or the cadastral value whichever is the highest.
** The information above is displayed as a guide only.
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