Natura SPA and Wellness Hotel Kemenessömjén Project

In the immediate vicinity of Sárvár, 2 km from Celldömölk, lies the small Vas county settlement, Kemenessömjén, which is closely connected to our famous poet Daniel Berzsenyi.
Another member of the family, Jenő Berzsenyi, a medical and parliamentarian, built a unique romantic-secessionist residence in 1905.
Built according to the designs of Zsigmond Moravetz, the palace building has rich façade ornamentation, wrought iron lattices and handrails.
A well-designed English park surrounds the building, the backbone of the plant and tree stock from the original planting a hundred years ago, a really rare one.
In the center of the 3-hectare area, there is a manor-ranked castle building with a sense of importance, behind which there are two built-in wings.
The main street of the settlement is dominated by a closed-in type of building, and the airy installation of the castle park draws attention to the special attraction with the appropriate contrast.
One of the main pillars of the planned real estate development, however, is the utilization of the thermal water resources around Sárvár (the test drilling on the property was successful).

The total floor area of ​​the new hotel buildings is 3665.6 m2
The built-up area of ​​the castle building: 501.56 m2
Built-in service area: 2744 m2
Planned floor area: 6911.2 m2
Planned land use rate: 21.3%
Surface parking area: 2287 m2
Vehicle traffic area: 996 m2
Area of ​​footpaths: 453 m2
Covered area: 3736 m2
Total green area: 21817 m2
Total installed and paved surface: 10647.2 m2
Green area rate: 68%
Parking requirement: 172 (taking into account 172 apartments)
Number of parking spaces: 203


Price

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220.000.000 HUF + VAT

Area

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6911,2 m2

Land plot

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3 acre

Rooms

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172

Year of construction

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1905

Condition of property

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good

Building levels

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Orientation / View

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Balcony / gallery

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The

Basement

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yes

Heating

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Bath and toilette

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Separately

Parking / Garage

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203 yard machines


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