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IC15002
120 m²1.525 m²199.000 €

Fertőd: Holidy house "Süttör" - Lake Fertöd/Neusiedl/Seewinkel

This exclusive holiday ensemble is composed of three regionally typical houses on a 4,100 sqm lot. Each house has its own swimming pool. The descriptions here is for house "Süttör" with about 120 sqm living space on two levels can accommodate up to 8 people. Nice typical arcades, a separate pool house with covered terrace about 33 sqm, a swimming pool of 4x8 m. All public utilities. Heating and hot water by gas boiler. The house is fully equipped and furnished for sale. 900 sqm of the plot are applied as orchard. Absolutely quiet, sunny place in the district Süttör near the castle park of Esterhazy Castle. The property is ideal as a private holiday home as well as your principal residence. The entire region was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site a few years ago. You will find here in the context of an emerging eco-tourism endless activities and an important cultural events under the title "gourmet region" regional culinary specialties. For commercial use the whole ensemble can be purchased at a very attractive price.

Features:
  • 120 m² Living space
  • 1.525 m² Plot size
  • Water
  • AC 230V
  • Gas
  • Sewage
  • Telephone
  • Cable/Sat
  • Tiled stove
  • Central Heating
  • WC
  • Tub
  • Shower
Calculation of additional costs:
Purchase price: 199.000 €
Land Tax: 7.960 €
Certified statement of the land register:1 32 €
Registration fee land register: 21 €
Certified translation:1 139 €
Service fee Casa Mia:1 7.582 €
Costs of contract (lawyer):1 2.527 €
Total: 217.262 €
This calculation is based on an exchange rate of 307,88 HUF = 1,00 EUR .
1 incl. VAT.

Village Info Fertőd

Official website of the municipality (only Hungarian)

Fertőd is a town located in the Győr-Moson-Sopron county of Hungary, not far from Austria. Fertőd was formed when the towns of Eszterháza and Süttör were unified, in 1950. It is the location of one of Hungary's best known palaces, Eszterháza, which was built in the 1760s by Prince Nikolaus Esterhazy.