UNESCO Heritage Remodelled Villa For Sale

$750,000

Phan Boi Chau Street, Hoi An

Details

  • $750,000
  • Villa
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 4
  • Size: 344 Sq Meters.
  • Lot Size: 400 Sq. Meters
  • Date Available: Immediately

Within the ancient walls of Hoi An, this 3-bedroom villa was built 200 years ago in a town that has been a flourishing trading port since the 16th century. Walking distance from all the major tourist attractions, yet set in a pristine and quiet location, the villa would make a truly unique holiday home and retreat to spend time with family and friends.

The villa was recently renovated to provide Western-style comforts while preserving the spirit and traditional architectural features of the region. A detailed photo album documenting this lengthy process is available at the property.

The total land area of the property is 401.8 m2, and the total floor area of the house is 344.89 m2.

In total, there are three spacious bedrooms, each with a bathroom and a terrace, and a family-sized living room looking out onto the river. In the front of the house, there is an expansive entryway that is currently used as a shop and a large kitchen/storage area.

The inner courtyard with a pond is the perfect place to admire the vibrancy of the little town, with tourists casually strolling to shops and restaurants as the sun sets on Hoi An. The garden in the back of the house overlooks the Thu Bon River, where it’s perfectly possible to have your own boat moored. The street on which the house is located is easily accessible by a car and never closes for traffic.

Commercial use in the form of a restaurant, spa or lounge is a possibility.

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