This is a great opportunity for any investor due it the property's optimal position, good soil quality and large grape processing and storage facility with its 64.60m2 cellar across two levels.
During the days when Hungary as a nation was in warsticken times, the production of the vineyard was stopped to a halt, and was never rebuilt.
The "Castle", as the locals refer to it, built in 1906, during the Austro-Hungarian Monarchy, situated at the heart of one of Hungary's largest and most ancient wine-making communities, halfway between lake Balaton and the Danube, 2 hour drive from Vienna and 1.5 hour drive from Budapest Airport.
There are two buildings, approx. 30m apart, on the 4342m2 land, all fenced around, all organic, no chemicals ever used. Uncultivated at the present. The main house is protected from the south and east by 100 year old chestnut and cedar trees.
The main house consists of: livingroom, 2 bedrooms, foyer, kitchen and bathroom, 147.3m2 living area in all, 4.10m interior height, original timber and mosaic tile floor, fireplace, 18.30m2 panoramic terrace.
The wine-makers quarters, in the smaller house, has 134m2 living area, 2 rooms, kitchen, with the firewood storage and barn attached to it. There are 56 fruit trees in the garden and water supply comes from own well.