大徳寺そばの家

Home near Daitokuji Temple

Away from the urban noise, here is a compact home in a tranquil alley.
Despite its proximity to historical sites like Daitokuji Temple and Kenkun Shrine, the area is delightful for strolls with the emergence of new shops.

The building underwent renovations in March 2019, ensuring a pleasant living experience with updated facilities such as the bathroom, kitchen, and toilet.

A versatile property worth considering for residential purposes, a secondary base in Kyoto, a second home for tourism, or an investment property for rental income.

Plan
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間取り図

The interior is harmoniously designed with subdued tones, offering an elegant and French-inspired ambiance. Despite its compact size, ample storage space has been thoughtfully incorporated.



  • 1階DK約9帖のフローリング

    1D|DK Flooring

    The entire room is bathed in natural light with light-colored wooden floor tiles.

  • 1階キッチンの壁のタイル

    1F|Kitchen Tiles

    The kitchen exudes sophistication with chic and refined aesthetics.

  • 1階浴室の床

    1F|Bathroom Flooring

    Terracotta-colored tiles in the bathroom provide a warm and inviting atmosphere.

  • 階段

    Staircase

    The staircase, unified in navy blue, extends seamlessly to the landing.

  • 2階洋室約4.5帖の床

    2F|Bedroom Flooring

    In contrast to the 1F, the bedroom on the 2F features a calming atmosphere with deep-colored flooring.

  • 2階洋室約4.5帖西側の壁

    2F|Bedroom Walls

    The faintly visible brick pattern on the walls adds a subtle accent to the room.

Photo
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(photos were taken in Mar 2019)

  • 玄関
  • 1F | DK
  • 1F | キッチン
  • 1F | キッチン
  • 1F | キッチン 床下収納
  • 1F | キッチン 収納がしっかりあります。
  • 1F | キッチン
  • 1F | シックな配色が上品なキッチンの壁
  • 1F | テラス 洗濯機置き場
  • 1F | 洗面
  • 1F | 洗面の収納
  • 1F | トイレ
  • 1F | 浴室
  • 浴室の床
  • 2F | 踊り場
  • 2F | 洋室
  • 2F | 洋室
  • 2F | 洋室 おしゃれなフロアタイル
  • 2F | 和室
  • 2F | 和室

Area
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地図



The property is surrounded by supermarkets, drugstores, and convenience stores, providing an extremely convenient living environment. In the vicinity, you'll find the historic townscape around Daikokuji Temple and the charming Shinomiya Shopping Street, providing a genuine and intimate experience of Kyoto with the local lifestyle and preserved old streetscapes. Additionally, the nearby Daikokuji Temple hosts special openings in spring and autumn, allowing residents to enjoy the seasons to the fullest.

Moreover, recent developments have brought in new and unique shops, creating an exclusive gourmet scene and hidden art spots. Here we'd like to introduce some hidden gems around the property where you can leisurely explore on your days off. How about escaping the hustle and bustle of the city and immersing yourself in the refined essence of Kyoto living?



  • そばと料理の店 五

    Soba noodles and Cuisine "Itsutsu"
    (approx. 220m / 3 mins. walk)

    A soba noodles shop managed by the renowned Kyoto fine dining Japanese restaurant "Wakuden". Despite the association with a traditional restaurant, here you can enjoy meals casually without any formality. Soba is prepared with specially ordered buckwheat flour and water from the well at Daikokuji, resulting in an outstanding aroma. The course including Tempura and mackerel Sushi is popular, but you can also savor just the soba or pair individual dishes with Japanese Sake, offering a versatile dining experience.

  • カフェ Mebae

    Picture Book Cafe "Mebae"
    (approx. 240m / 4 mins. walk)

    A book cafe dedicated exclusively to picture books, operated by a longstanding beloved Kyoto bookstore. The interior, converted from a Machiya, houses around 600 picture books, ranging from classics to the latest releases. The signature menu item is the "Hungry Croque Monsieur Plate", featuring motifs from picture books. Mebae, satisfying both the heart and stomach, is a must-visit in the area.

  • カフェ ことばのはおと

    Antiquarian Bookstore and Tearoom "Kotoba no Haoto"
    (approx. 420m / 6 mins. walk)

    Considered a pioneer of Machiya cafes, this book cafe boasts a profound atmosphere and a collection of around 2,000 books. The eclectic lineup includes books on the owner couple's hobbies such as cats and trains, as well as art, design, novels, and Manga. All handmade food items are also popular, especially the "Nyanko (kitten) Parfait" served at 1 pm.

  • 和菓子 うめぞの茶房

    Japanese Sweets "Umezo no Chabo"
    (approx. 520m / 7 mins. walk)

    A sister shop of the longstanding confectionery "Umezono", loved by Kyotoites for many years. The specialty is "Kazari-kan", a new-style Japanese sweet made by solidifying sweet bean paste with agar and Warabi flour. The retro-style showcase always displays 8 to 10 types of sweets. The 2F serves as a tearoom, providing a space to enjoy delicious sweets and tea in a renovated Machiya atmosphere.

  • カフェ さらさ西陣

    Cafe "Sarasa Nishijin"
    (approx. 530m / 7 mins. walk)

    A popular Sento (public bath) cafe converted from a public bathhouse. The distinctive feature is the vibrant Majolica tiles covering an entire wall. The high ceiling, characteristic of the former Sento, creates a spacious and open atmosphere. Beyond the unique building, the cafe offers a diverse menu, including hearty lunches, dinners, and exquisite desserts. Perfect for those who want to experience the nostalgic yet new ambiance on their days off.

  • 古書店 世界文庫

    Secondhand Bookstore "Sekai Bunko"
    (approx. 600m / 8 mins. walk)

    Owned by a designer and also known as an art critic and poet, this secondhand bookstore is located in a renovated former factory. The all-white unified space reflects the owner's taste. The bookshelves showcase books selected by renowned creators, offering a unique lineup that may lead to encounters with books that broaden your horizons. Due to irregular business hours, it is recommended to check their opening days on X(Twitter) [external link] beforehand.

  • 銭湯 船岡温泉

    Public Bath "Funaoka Onsen"
    (approx. 750m / 10 mins. walk)

    One of Kyoto's representative Sento (public bathhouse) designated as a cultural property. The impressive Chinese-style gable roof, vivid Majolica tiles in the interior, the sculpture of Kurama Tengu on the dressing room ceiling, and the surrounding latticework with carvings provide plenty of visual appeal dating back to the Taisho and Showa eras. In addition to the regular large public bath, the facility offers a variety of baths such as a jet bath, electric bath, sauna, cold water bath, and open-air baths (cypress bath and rock bath are alternating between men and women daily), providing ample options to relax a tired body.

  • あぶり餅 一文字屋和輔

    Grilled Rice Cake Shop "Ichimonjiya Wasuke"
    (approx. 1150m / 15 mins. walk)

    A shop selling the "Aburimochi" (grilled rice cake), a specialty in front of Imamiya Shrine, with a history of over 1,000 years. One-bite-sized rice cakes, skewered on bamboo sticks, are grilled over charcoal and coated with white miso sauce, emitting a fragrant aroma. If consumed inside the store, you can enjoy it in a tranquil Kyoto-like space with tea. A longstanding confectionery perfect for a break on a stroll around Daikokuji and Imamiya Shrine.

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Detail
- 物件概要 -

Property Price 14,800,000 JPY (Approx. USD *1JPY= USD)
Type & Conditions Used House (One of 7 terraced houses)
Location 52-5, 52 Murasakino-Unrinincho, Kita Ward, Kyoto
Transportations approx. 13 min. walk from Subway Karasuma-line "Kitaoji Sta." Exit 3
approx. 3 min. walk from Kyoto City Bus "Daitokuji Stop"
Land Area 【Registered】22.20sqm
Private Street Area Included Yes (4.21sqm)
Floor Area 【Registered】1F: 18.53sqm, 2F: 20.03sqm, Total: 38.56sqm
Building Structure Two Storey Steel House
Building Date Mar 1982
Size 2 Rooms + Dining-Kitchen
Adjoining Street Street width: 6.0m, Frontage: 10.4m, Direction: East (approx. number)
Public Utility Electricity, Water Plumbing In/Out, City Gas
Land Use District 【A】Quasi-Industrial District 【B】Neighborhood Commercial District
Legal Restrictions 【A、B in common】Quasi-Fire Prevent District, Close View Preservation Zone, Distant View Preservation Zone
【A】15m / Category 3 Height Control District, Old Urban Type Aesthetic District, Nishijin Special Industrial District, Outdoor Advertisement Category 3 Regulatory District
【B】15m / Category 4 Height Control District, Roadside Type Aesthetic Formation District Trunkline Zone, Outdoor Advertisement Roadside Category 2 Regulatory District
Handover Immediately
Current Situation Vacant
Building Coverage Ratio 【A】60% 【B】80%
Floor Area Ratio 【A】200% 【B】300%
Land Category Residential Land
Geographical Features Flatland
Land Tenure Title
Notification According to National Land Utilization Law N/A
Elementary School Murasakino Elementary School (approx. 7 min. walk/515m)
Junior High School Karaku Junior High School (approx. 21 min. walk/1.62km)
City Planning Act Urbanization Promotion Area
Renovations Renovated by Hachise in Mar 2019.
Renovation works done: Renewed water plumbing facilities (bathroom, kitchen, toilet, basin, etc.), Replaced flooring of the drying space, Repainted exterior walls, Renewed water heater, Interior refurbishments, etc.
Remarks ※This property is not available for guest house and inn.
※Furniture and appliances are not included in the property price.
※This property cannot be rebuilt on its own because it is a building owned by division.
※The seller is not liable for any defects.
※The property will be handed over as is.
※Photos are taken in Mar 2019.
Transaction Terms Hachise as a Broker (Agent commission required when concluding contract)
Sales Representatives Boa Zhang
Information Updated Feb 26, 2024
Information will be Updated Mar 4, 2024
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