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Hirano, Yamanakako Village, Minamitsuru District, Yamanashi Prefecture


Nestled in the Yamanakako lakeside resort area, this unique octagonal building is just 100 km from Tokyo. The warm, wood-filled interior features a cozy wood-burning stove. The Yamanakako area is approximately 1000 m above sea level, making for cool summers. Winters require snow tires and other cold-weather precautions. Located on the south side of Lake Yamanaka, this property is just a 5-6 minute drive to the Yamanakako Tourist Association, a 10-minute drive to a convenience store, and a 12-minute drive to a supermarket. Despite its convenient location for recreation and shopping, the property is surrounded by nature, with deer occasionally visiting the yard. Originally built as an atelier by the architect who owned it before the current owner, this property has a unique design that is perfect for those seeking an extraordinary experience. The wooden building is 29 years old and currently occupied by the owner. It has a 2-bedroom, 1-living room, 1-dining room, and 1-kitchen layout. The nearby public transportation is Plains, Yamanakako Village, Minamitsuru District, Yamanashi Prefecture. The land rights are old-style leasehold.

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Nestled amidst the serene beauty of Yamanakako Village, this property offers a tranquil retreat in the heart of Yamanashi Prefecture. Surrounded by picturesque landscapes, including the iconic Mount Fuji, the area boasts a rich history and vibrant culture. From the charming streets of Plains to the pristine shores of Lake Yamanaka, this location provides an idyllic setting for both relaxation and exploration.


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