Price: 299,900.00 EUR
Square Area: 2,027 Sq. Ft (188 Sq. M)
- » Deck/Patio
- » Wine Cellar
- » Terrace/Outdoor Space
DescriptionBeautiful renaissance mansion house from the beginning of the 15th century is located in the centre of Kremnica, a small historic mining town in central Slovakia. The three-floor house with large original cellar has a three-wing layout and a courtyard gallery. Its central corridor extends to cross arches with stucco edges. The house was fully reconstructed in the eighties and all the original components were carefully restored. It is still in a very good condition and it is possible to start using it immediatelly.
The total area of the land is 618 mÂ² and the area of the house layout is 324 mÂ². It is connected to all utility lines (electricty, water, plumbing) and heating and hot water are provided by heat storage stove and electric boiler.
The object is suitable for personal use as a lovely holiday house but can also be turned into a splendid B&B with a small restaurant and delightful summer terrace at the courtyard gallery. Building permit and detailed construction plans are available and the technical preparations of the reconstruction are already done. A complete tender dossier is assembled in order to win the tender of EU for the above mentioned development possibilities.
The mansion house is situated 50 m from the centre of Kremnica directly under the walls of Kremnica Castle and The Church of St. Katherine. Historic mining town Kremnica has a rich history, with many notable places of interest located here, e.g. The Church of St. Katherine (14th cent.), the Town Hall (14th cent.), world known Mint (15th cent.), the Franciskans cloister.
The area around Kremnica is great for sports and wellness, there are excellent facilities for downhill and cross-country skiing (Skalka is about 10km away and it is a place of European championship in cross-country skiing), thermal resorts Sklene Teplice, Sliac, and historic cities Banska Stiavnica and Banska Bystrica are only few kilometres away.
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