Price

¥2800000

Construction Year

1902

Building Area

160.33

Land Area

727.27

Address

Ueno, Nakatsu City, Oita Prefecture

Description

This 120-year-old wooden house, once the residence of a village headman, boasts a new tile roof and expansive farmland, restricting its use to residential purposes. The main building features eight Japanese-style rooms and four Western-style rooms, along with a dining room and kitchen. Ample parking for three cars, a spacious garden, and unobstructed views from the south provide ample sunlight. The house is a 20-minute walk from Ima-Tsu Station on the JR Nippou Main Line.

Area Information

Nestled in the heart of Nakatsu City, Oita Prefecture, this property offers a tranquil retreat in the charming neighborhood of Oaza Ueno. Surrounded by lush greenery and picturesque landscapes, the area boasts a rich history and vibrant culture. Explore the nearby Nakatsu Castle, a testament to the city's feudal past, or immerse yourself in the local traditions at the Nakatsu Gion Festival, a lively summer celebration. With its convenient access to amenities and the serene beauty of its surroundings, Oaza Ueno provides an idyllic setting for both relaxation and exploration.

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