Bungalow with Spectacular Views (Kurama-Ninosecho, Sakyo Ward)Bungalow with Spectacular Views (Kurama-Ninosecho, Sakyo Ward)

The property to be introduced this time is a single-storey house in a quiet mountainous area.

The winding road on the hillside, surrounded by greenery on all sides, opens up to reveal a "Satoyama" landscape (woodland close to the village). The photos below show the scenery around the property.

1F western-style room
1F western-style room
staircase

plan

The unobstructed wide view from the west balcony is truly spectacular.

Located on a hill in a village rich in nature, you can overlook the beautiful view of nature as it changes with the seasons, just like the unspoiled landscape of Japan. It is also a wonderful place to enjoy the moonlight on the terrace at night.
The large garden is perfect for garden lovers and those who wish to grow vegetables on a home farm.

Away from the hustle and bustle of the city center and the heat and humidity of Kyoto, this bungalow allows you to enjoy life amidst the breezes from the trees, the murmuring of the river, and the richness of nature.

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Kurama and Kibune in Sakyo Ward, Kyoto City.
Places full of historical romance where legends and myths abound, and where aristocrats came to seek healing and coolness as the backwaters of Kyoto

Kifune Shrine, the source of the Kamo River and the birthplace of the Ema votive picture
The area around Kurama Temple, with a legend where Ushiwakamaru (later Minamoto no Yoshitsune) was trained by a Tengu, is surrounded by beautiful nature that attracts many visitors. There is also a popular hiking course along the roadside from Kurama Station to Kurama Temple and Kifune Shrine, which are said to be the most powerful spots in Kyoto.

An area with a unique charm that cannot be found in other areas of Kyoto.

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Property Price
88,000,000 JPY (Approx. USD *1JPY= USD)
Type & Conditions
Used House
Location
32, 33 Kurama-Ninosecho, Sakyo Ward, Kyoto
Transportation
Approx. 3 min. walk from Kyoto Bus "Ninose Stop"
Approx. 4 min. walk from Eizan Electric Railway Kurama-line "Ninose Sta." Exit 2
Land Area
【Registered】589.23sqm
Private Street Area Included
N/A
Floor Area
【Registered】108.87sqm
Building Structure
Single Storey Wooden House
Building Date
December 1981
Size
4 Rooms + Dining-Kitchen + Car Park + Garden
Adjoining Street
Street Width: 5m (public road), Frontage: 11.5m, Direction: East (approx. number)
Public Utility
Electricity, Water Plumbing In/Out, Propane Gas
Land Use District
Urbanization Control Area
Legal Restrictions
Scenic District Category 2, Ninose Special Preservation and Improvement District (Building coverage ratio is applicable according to scenic district), Distant View Preservation Zone, Outdoor Advertisement Category 1 Regulatory District (regulation 11-1-6), Conservation Area
Handover
TBD
Current Situation
In Residence
Building Coverage Ratio
60%・30% (according to scenic district)
Floor Area Ratio
100%
Land Category
Residential Land
Land Tenure
Title
Geographical Features
Highland
City Planning Act
Urbanization Control Area
Notification According to National Land Utilization Law
Not Required
Elementary School
Kurama Elementary School (10 min. walk/760m)
Junior High School
Rakuhoku Junior High School (8 min. walk/5430m)
Remarks
※The seller is not liable for any defects.
※The property will be handed over as is.
※Rebuilding is prohibited for this property because it is located in Urbanization Control Area.
※Furniture is not included in the property price.
※Prior reservation is required 3 days before the viewing as the owner is currently in residence.
※This property is located in a sediment disaster alert area.
※This property is regulated by the escarpment regulations.
Transaction Terms
Hachise as a Broker (Agent commission required when concluding contract)
Sales Representative
Boa Zhang
Information Updated
5 Dec 2022
Information will be Updated
12 Dec 2022
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