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Townhome – Kranj, Slovenia

389,000 €
  • Total area
    230 m²
  • Land area
    608 m²
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  • Built in 1987
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Garden

House with a view of the Šmarjetno mountain.

The house is on four levels, with a well-groomed garden, was built in 1987, but first populated in 2000 … In addition to the spaciousness, the house is also distinguished by a beautiful landscaped garden. The house can be converted into a semi-detached house, as there is still potential for expansion. The house has a total area of 230 m², incl. 153 m² living area.

The land plot of 608 m² is an asphalted part in front of the house, where you can park several cars, a part under the house and a garden around the house.

The first level is a basement, there is a garage for 2 cars, a boiler room with a stove, a recreation room, a fuel oil warehouse

On the ground floor there is a kitchen with a dining room, a large living room with access to the winter garden, access to the terrace and garden, a bathroom

On the second floor there are 4 bedrooms, a study, a bathroom with a toilet and a bath. Two rooms have access to a balcony with a beautiful view of the mountains.

The attic is unfinished. Possibility to build an apartment. (concrete slab)

The house is furnished. The roof was replaced in 2018. Has a heat-insulating facade (10 cm) and clinker cladding. It needs to be updated.

Possible parking in front of the house under a shed for several cars and in a garage for 2 cars.

They are located side by side; shop, kindergarten, school, bus stop and all the necessary infrastructure.


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