Kyoto Traditional Home $ 750,548

Kyoto Traditional Home
Kyoto Traditional Home
Kyoto Traditional Home
Kyoto Traditional Home

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For sale by

List Sotheby's International Realty

21/F Morinaga Plaza Building, 5-33-1 Shiba
5-33-1 Shiba
108-0014
Minato-ku
Japan
Member since 2015 Trusted seller
Responsible agent T Tamachi
BR

Listed Price

$ 750,548
approx. $ 750,548
approx. € 609.101,98
approx. 2,756,689.25 د.إ
approx. $ 975,751.43
approx. $ 968,186.66
approx. CHF 715,366.06
approx. ¥ 4,719,445.82
approx. £ 534,881.78
approx. $ 5,890,758.54
approx. 4.534.735,96 kn
approx. $ 13,650,599.26
approx. 5.890.368,25 kr
approx. 42.817.937,80 ₽
approx. 6 261 531,50 kr
approx. ฿ 23,397,958.63
approx. R 8,888,172.55
approx. $ 21,879,975.30
approx. ₱ 39,162,434.29
approx. 15 457 825,02 Kč
approx. ₨ 24,918,193.60
approx. $ 983,817.57
approx. $ 625,066.13
approx. $ 453.285.959
approx. B/. 750,548
approx. $ 1,501,096
approx. ₹ 48,872,308.29
approx. ¥ 79,724,334
approx. $ 2,028,393.50
approx. $ 1,036,731.95
approx. £ 534,881.78
approx. R$ 2.479.391,79
approx. ₪ 2,626,655.31
approx. ر.ع. 288,762.085
approx. 2 566 573,94 zł
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Details

  • Year: 1970
  • Location: Uji-shi Japan
  • Address: 1-19 Hirookadani Gokasho ()
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Living area: 160 sqm (1722 sqft)
  • Land area: 1512.3 sqm (16278.2 sqft)
  • Internal Reference: BW7HTV

Description

This traditional Japanese single family home in Uji-shi, Kyoto is 15 min. walk from Obaku Station ( JR Nara Line and Kyohan Uji Line ). It only takes an hour by car to the Sea of Japan. You can get to all the tourist spots such as the central city of Kyoto, Osaka, Shiga, Kobe, and Nara within an hour train ride from here. In this site of 1,512.31 sqmt., there are persimmons, peaches, figs, citrus fruits, apples, and ume trees. Also hydtangea, autumnal leaves, cherry blossoms, bamboo trees, and Kitayama Sugi are planted. The house is designed by Kyoto Takashimaya.