Kyomachiya with a panoramic city view
The southern foot of Mt. Yoshida
An area where nature and serenity spread
Mt. Yoshida is one of the 36 peaks of Higashiyama. Beyond it is the Mt. Hiei where deep green spreads out, where this property is located, surrounded by nature. Students gather here as Kyoto University, one of Japan's leading universities, is nearby. A student district full of affordable but hearty restaurants and second-hand bookstores, where you can enjoy an academic atmosphere.
The neighbourhood is a cultural area with the famous Kyoto University and various museums such as the Mirei Shigemori Garden Museum, Hosomi Museum, and Kyocera Museum of Art. To the east of Mt. Yoshida, cobblestone slopes called "Kaguraoka" are lined with traditional houses built in the Taisho era, giving off a unique atmosphere with a magnificent view. It is also a well-known spot for viewing "Daimonji, Gozan-no-Okuribi Festival". In addition, there are famous tourist destinations such as Heian-Jingu Shrine, Nanzenji Temple, Ginkakuji Temple (Silver Pavilion), and Shimogamo Shrine. An attractive area for both local and foreign visitors.
A leading university in Japan that continues to produce a large number of world-class scholars in many fields, including receiving the Nobel Prize from Professor of Kyoto University, Shinya Yamanaka (Director of iPS Cell Research Institute).
Takenaka Inari Shrine
A subordinate shrine of Yoshida Shrine. The vermilion Torii gate and cherry blossoms that grow in line are well-known as tourist spots. It is also a hidden spot for autumn leaves.
A small mountain with a height of only 100 meters, and you can overlook Mt. Daimonji from the east. It is also known as a hiking trail that beginners can enjoy since it is a low mountain.
Famous for the Setsubun Festival which is crowded with many visitors every year. Kaso Shrine, which enshrines the deity of sweets, and Yoshida Shrine, an octagonal shrine that enshrines gods from all over the country. A unique shrine with personality.
An old folk house cafe related to tea masters in the Taisho era, "Moan". Standing quietly on the summit of Mt. Yoshida, here you can enjoy a panoramic view of the city.
Yoshida-Kaguraoka Former Residences of Tanigawa
A modern Japanese-style house built from the late Taisho era to the early Showa era. Even now, nearly 100 years later, they continue to live while maintaining the appearance of that time. 22 of the 29 houses remain, where 14 of them are designated as national tangible cultural properties, Kyoto City structures of landscape importance, and historical scenic buildings.
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A Kyomachiya with a semi-underground basement, built with windows to ensure daylighting and ventilation. Here you can devote yourself to your hobby without worrying about your surroundings. The parking space in front of the entrance is also a big feature which is not common for Kyomachiyas. On the 2nd floor, you can overlook the panoramic city view of Kyoto from the window on the west.
How about renovating it into a family or couple's residence, a second house, or a research institute?
Part of the property is currently dismantled with interior materials removed. You can see the condition of the columns, beams, and foundations of the structural frame.
Although it is aging and renovation is needed, its original taste has been reserved and old fittings and pillars can be reused.
|Property Price||33,800,000 JPY (Approx. USD *1JPY= USD) *Sept 2, Price Changed|
|Type & Conditions||Used House (Kyomachiya/One of 3 terraced houses)|
|Location||34-109, 34-38 Yoshida-Nakaojicho, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto|
|Transportation||Approx. 22 min. walk from Keihan Raiway Oto-line "Jingu-Marutamachi Sta." Exit 4|
|Approx. 23 min. walk from Keihan Raiway Oto-line "Demachiyanagi Sta." Exit 4|
|Private Street Area Included||no.34-38: 60/270000 of 1,414.00sqm (approx. number)|
|Floor Area||【Registered】1F: 39.8sqm, 2F: 37.19sqm, Basement: 37.19sqm, Total: 114.18sqm|
|Building Structure||Two Storey Wooden House with Basement|
|size||6 Rooms + Basement + Garden|
|Adjoining Street||Street width: 4.6m (Private street), Frontage: 5m, Direction: East (approx. number)|
|Building Date||Unspecifiable (The earliest record in the closed registry is 1922|
|Public Utility||Electricity, Water Plumbing In/Out, City Gas|
|Land Use District||Category 1 Low-Rise Exclusive Residential District|
|Legal Restrictions||10m / Height Control District, Mountainscape Aesthetic District, Distant View Preservation Zone, Outdoor Advertisement Category 2 Regulatory District, Quasi-Fire Prevent District, Residence Attraction Area, Housing Land Development Construction Regulated Area, Built-up Urban District, The minimum size of the land area is regulated as 80sqm when divided.|
|Building Coverage Ratio||60%|
|Floor Area Ratio||100%|
|Land Category||Residential Land|
|City Planning Act||Urbanization Promotion Area|
|Elementary School||Daiyon-Kinrin Elementary School (approx. 15 min. walk/1190m)|
|Junior High School||Konoe Junior High School (approx. 7 min. walk/553m)|
|Notification According to National Land Utilization Law||Not Required|
|Remarks||※Renovation work is required due to it's aged deterioration.|
|※The property will be handed over as is.|
|※This property does not have any water plumbing facilities (toilet/kitchen).|
|※This property is regulated by the Escarpment Regulations.|
|※This property has obtained Kyo-machiya profile.|
|Transaction Terms||Hachise as a Broker (Agent commission required when concluding contract)|
|Sales Representative||Boa Zhang|
|Information Updated||Sept. 20, 2022|
|Information will be Updated||Sept. 26, 2022|