Savour the aged beauty. Indulge in the traditional atmosphere
Standing out in a quiet residential area,
there is a splendid house with a hip-and-gable roof.
The first thing you will notice at the entrance
is a distinctive bell-shaped window called "Katoumado".
Continued with the deep-colored corridor beyond
with a nostalgic atmosphere
leading to the retro-style tiled bathroom.
Further up the stairs
is the round "Shitajimado" window,
like the moon is floating above the staircase.
While enjoying the four seasons at the Tatami room,
I couldn't help but sigh
for the breath-taking aged yet elegant beauty.
A traditional Japanese house.
Plenty of space is secured for a study or guest room with its 5 rooms in this property. The small room on the second floor can be used as a workspace for remote work too.
The site area is in a quadrangular shape while the property itself is surrounded by a large garden which is divided into front and back yard. You can use it for multiple purposes such as a place to enjoy home gardening or even grow your own vegetables. The front yard confronting the road is surrounded by hedges that ensure a certain degree of privacy but without feeling oppressive.
A faucet pole is set in front of the storeroom by the entrance, and with the side door next to the kitchen you can directly get to the yard for garden work without going through the inner part of the house.
There are also two large sheds on the premises, allowing storage for daily necessities such as gardening supplies and cleaning tools, as well as outdoor goods and contingency supplies.
Located in an area once called "Kinukasa Village", it was popular for constructing villas because of the gentle slopes and good drainage of this vast site. Among them, the neighborhood around this property was especially favored by many painters who were attracted to the environment where they could get a peaceful scenery with the borrowed landscape of Mt. Kitayama.
The peacefulness remains the same nowadays, and you can enjoy the summer tradition of Kyoto - Gozan-no-Okuribi with the "Hidari-Daimonji" (in the character of "large") on Mt. Kinugasa.
In addition to the historical scenery and tourist attractions such as shrines and temples, there are also supermarkets and convenience stores, making it convenient for daily shopping. Drug stores and banks can also be found around the nearest station, Kitano-Hakubaicho station.
Hirano Shrine (about 5 min walk / 350m)
As a prestigious shrine along with Ise Jingu Shrine and Matsuo Taisha Shrine, Hirano Shrine is one of the best cherry blossom viewing spots in Kyoto for a long history. Planted with various types of cherry blossoms, from early bloomers to late bloomers, you can enjoy the cherry blossoms for a long period in Spring
Kitano Tenmangu (about 10 min walk / 750m)
A shrine famous for plum and Japanese maple. It is said to be a shrine that enshrines Sugawara no Michizane as "the God of Academic", where a lot of people come to pray for passing scores on examinations. Locally, it is also familiarly known as "Tenjin-san". A festival day is held on the 25th of every month.
Japanese traditional confectionary OIMATSU, Kitano store (about 13 min walk / 1km)
A long-established Japanese confectionary store that has been in business for over 100 years based in Kamishichiken, a Geisha district. Most of the Namagashi (Japanese fresh confections in seasonal designs) that are also served in tea parties can only be found there once. Surrounded by a beautiful landscape of Machiyas lined up on cobblestone streets.
|Property Price||46,800,000 JPY (Approx. USD *1JPY= USD)
*Sept 13, Under Offer
|Type & Conditions||Used House|
|Location||23 Kitano-kobaicho, Kita Ward, Kyoto|
|Transportation||Approx. 5 min. walk from Keifuku Railway "Kitano Hakubaicho Sta."|
|Approx. 3 min. walk from Kyoto City Bus "Kinugasako-mae Stop"|
161.90sqm (approx. no.)
1F: 52.89sqm, 2F: 28.09sqm, Total: 80.98sqm (Including unregistered area)
1F: 69.82sqm, 2F: 34.57sqm, Total: 104.39sqm (approx. no.)
|Private Street Area Included||N/A|
|Building Structure||Tile Roofed, Two Storey Wooden House|
|Size||5 Rooms + Kitchen + Storeroom + Garden|
|Building Date||Unspecifiable (The earliest record in the closed registry is Oct 1947)|
|Adjoining Street||Street width: 4.51m, Frontage: 12.6m, Direction: West (approx. no.)|
|Public Utility||Electricity, Water Plumbing In/Out, City Gas|
|Land Use District||Category 1 Low-Rise Exclusive Residential Districts|
|Remarks||※Renovation work is required due to it's aged deterioration.
※This property is not available for guest house and inn.
※The seller is not liable for any defects.
|Legal Restriction||10m / Height Control Districts, Piedmont Building Special Preservation and Improvement District (North District), Close View Preservation Zone, Distant View Preservation Zone, Prior Consultation Zone, Outdoor Advertisement Category 2 Regulatory District, Residence Attraction Area, Built-up Urban Districts, Quasi-Fire Prevent District,
The minimum size of the land area is regulated as 100 square meters when divided.
|Building Coverage Ratio||50%|
|Floor Area Ratio||80%|
|Land Category||Residential Land|
|City Planning Act||Urbanization Promotion Area|
|Elementary School||Kinugasa Elementary School
(4min walk / 260m)
|Junior High School||Kinugasa Junior High School
(13min walk / 1km)
|Notification According to National Land Utilization Law||Not required|
|Transaction Terms||Hachise as a Broker|
|Sales Representative||Aya Kito/Boa Zhang/Kae Motokado (ENG)
Masanori Yanagiuchi (JP)
|Information Updated||September 13, 2021|
|Information will be Updated||September 21, 2021|