Cottage-house in the countryside for talented do-it-yourselfers!
Land for sale in 8542 Sankt Peter im Sulmtal
This property has already been sold successfully.
Cottage house in the countryside for talented do-it-yourselfers!
Plot with an old and in need to be renovated Cottage house in the countryside for talented do-it-yourselfers!
At the edge of the forest there is this small house from the 50ies located.
On the plot there is an economic building, as well as a house fountain.
It can be built a nice house in the green for a manageable budget.
At the moment the old house offers a living room, a bath room, anteroom and a bedroom in the ground floor as well as a second bedroom in the upper floor.
Building plot with an old single-family house with a living space of approx. 90 m² and a plot area of approx. 700 m²;
Living/dining room, bathroom, hallway, 2 bedrooms;
The municipality of Sankt Peter im Sulmtal has about 1,300 inhabitants and is located in the Styrian district Deutschlandsberg. The neighboring villages of Sankt Peter im Sulmtal are, among others, Sankt Martin im Sulmtal (distance about 4 km), Schwanberg (distance about 5 km), Wies (distance about 5 km), Pölfing-Brunn (distance about 6 km) Deutschlandsberg (distance about 8 km) and Frauental an der Laßnitz (distance about 9 km). The distance to the state capital Graz is about 40 kilometers.
Escape the everyday life in the most beautiful Blumendorf in Styria. Particular curiosity is the bell tower, a few meters from the church building. Let the view from the Berghof Krenn wander, you see, immersed in an untouched nature, St. Peter with numerous possibilities for a holiday with the whole family.
Recreational facilities such as bowling alley, tennis courts, fishing pond, swimming pool and sauna at the Gasthof Pommer as well as a wooden bowling alley at the Gasthaus Tanzmühle provide plenty of variety
The municipality of Sankt Peter im Sulmtal is located in the Sulmtal in the southern western Styria. The municipality is run by the Black Sulm, the Stullneggbach and the Leibenbach.