Plots of Land in Excellent Location, Lajoskomarom, Hungary
The beautiful Hungary continues to be known as one of the most desirable places to live across Europe. On offer here is a chance for someone to make a smart investment into this magnificent part of the world with these excellent plots of land.
Set in the picturesque village of Lajoskomarom, these adjacent plots are a spacious 2090m2 each (lot 286 and 287) and feature courtyards and farm buildings which could either be refurbished or demolished. This really is a perfect opportunity for someone to transform the sire into a spectacular new commercial or residential project in a beautiful part of Europe.
Lajoskomarom is also the perfect base from which to discover many of Spain’s other fascinating towns and cities and is surrounded by many areas of outstanding natural beauty such as nearby Lake Balaton and Kiskunsagi National Park. The stunning capital, Budapest is also just over one hour away. Hungary’s central European location also make it a great base from which to explore many other parts of Europe such as Austria, Slovakia, Ukraine, Romania, Serbia, Croatia and Slovenia, all of which border Hungary. This is of course provide a huge plus point in the context of the holiday, residential commuter and commercial business potential of the site.
Sports and leisure fans will be delighted with the vast array of walking, cycling, water sports and fishing areas in the vicinity and Balaton Golf Course is also nearby.
The area is also very well-connected transport wise via road and the nearest international Airport is Budapest, which is roughly 75 miles away.
ABOUT THE AREA
Stunning architecture, vital folk art, thermal spas and Europe’s most exciting capital after dark are Hungary’s major drawing cards.
Hungary’s scenery is more gentle than striking. But you can’t say the same thing about the built environment across the land. Architecturally Hungary is a treasure trove, with everything from Roman ruins and medieval townhouses to baroque churches, neoclassical public buildings and art nouveau bathhouses and schools. And we’re not just talking about its capital, Budapest. Walk through Szeged or Kecskemet, Debrecen or Sopron and you’ll discover an architectural gem at virtually every turn. indeed, some people go out of their way for another glimpse of their favourites, such as the Reok Palace in Szeged or the Mosque Church in Pecs.
Hungarians have been ‘taking the waters’ supplied by an estimated 300 thermal springs since togas were all the rage and Aquincum was the Big Smoke. They still do – for therapeutic, medicinal and recreational purposes – but the venues have changed somewhat. Today they range from authentic bathhouses dating from the Turkish occupation and art nouveau palaces to clinical sanatoriums straight out of a Thomas Mann novel. More and more though, you’ll see clear chlorinated waters in organically shaped pools that bubble, squirt and spurt at different rhythms and temperatures alongside requisite wellness centres offering a myriad of treatments.
Hungary has one of the richest folk traditions still alive in Europe. With exquisite folk paintings found on the walls and ceilings of the tiny wooden churches of the Bereg region and the wonderful embroidery that the women of Hollokő stitch to decorate smocks, skirts and slippers, this is often where the country comes to the fore artistically. Traditional music, played on a five-tone diatonic scale on a host of unusual instruments, continues to thrive as well, especially at tanchazak (‘dance houses’) – peasant ‘raves’ where you’ll hear Hungarian folk music and to learn to dance too.
Lajoskomarom (7567 ha, 2284 people) is a 200-year-old settlement that once belonged to the Enying estate of the Batthyany family. Saripuszta, which belongs to the settlement, is one of the strongest and well-recognized strongholds of Hungarian horse breeding. Those who like the closeness of nature can take a pleasant walk in the shade of a chestnut tree planted in honor of the heroes who fell in World War ii, which leads to the Fulop-hegy wine cellars. Those who want to relax are attracted by the fishing lakes on the outskirts of the village, created by the swelling of the Kutas River.
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Located in a peaceful and well-run community
Spacious 2090m2 plots with courtyard and farm buildings
Surrounded by breath-taking views
Massive potential for a new commercial or residential project
Massive potential in the holiday rental market
A great base from which to explore other parts of Hungary, including the famous capital Budapest
Close to many areas of outstanding natural beauty including Lake Balaton (https://theculturetrip.com/europe/hungary/articles/the-top-10-things-to-do-and-see-on-lake-balaton) and Kiskunsagi National Park (https://www.knp.hu/en)
Borders many other fascinating European countries
Many fantastic walking, cycling, water sports and fishing areas in the vicinity
Close to the excellent Balaton Golf Course (http://www.balatongolf.hu)
Excellent transport links
Just over one hour away from Budapest Airport