Countryside house for sale at Ivanec with direct view over the Dinaric Alps mountains.
A good sized modern two-bedroom house with open plan kitchen/diner/lounge, large bath/utility room plus a lower level, as yet undeveloped, yet having a large space into which the living area could be enlarged or perhaps turned to hobby/commercial use. The view of Ivanščica mountain, the region's highest peak, is dramatic and beautiful.
This is a hillside house, this view is from the rear garden located at the top of the property. The windows and glass doors give direct access between the kitchen/diner and the rear terrace. The roadway can be seen at the far end (bottom) of the house, the mountains are directly opposite.
Side view of the house from the garden. The garden is small enough to be manageable. The road serves only the local community and is very lightly used.
The other side of the house showing that all sides are in excellent condition, all windows and doors are modern uPVC items, the exterior of the house has Polystyrene/styrofoam insulation covered by a resilient painted membrane to ensure first class temperature control. The roof has modern tiles and is also insulated to a high standard.
Entering the house at the upper level brings you to this bright hallway where there is an entrance to the main living room (left) and a door to the bath/utility room (behind the camera).
[3.0m x 1.5m]
The bathroom serves two purposes, first as a well equipped, nicely appointed and fully tiled bathroom. There is a corner bath with shower attachment, WC, bidet, hand basin in a vanity unit. The fair sized window brings plenty of natural light.
[3.6m x 2.6m]
Staying in the bathroom, it is an 'L' shaped room and the other 'leg' provides space for a washing machine and and dryer. The room is big enough to accommodate them.
Going through the entrance from the hallway (shown centre-left) brings you to the heart of the property, this large, bright and welcoming space is a combination of living room, kitchen and diner - all in an open plan style. It is located under the roof but there are no low areas to cause problems, the multiple angles of the ceiling add interest to the feel of the room.
[6.8m x 6.4m]
Still in the main room, this time looking in the direction of the two bedrooms (left) which are located at the front of the house.
Although an open-plan design, the kitchen/diner is clearly separated from the rest of the room by the upright and horizontal beams plus the change of flooring to ceramic tiles. The windows/glass doors lead to the tiled terrace immediately outside the rear of the house.
First double bedroom. Big and bright with clean lines.
[3.38 x 3.9]
Second double bedroom. Also large and bright with clean lines.
[3.9 x 3.3}
Moving to the ground floor level, this space was intended to be developed over time but the family left to work in Germany so the plan was not pursued. It is a large and dry area and needs plasterwork, a floor and ceiling to bring it up to residential standard. The wall to the right is a central structural wall, there is a similar room on the other side of it, they are connected at the far end.
The entire footprint which these two rooms share is 7.0m x 8.0m.
The second ground floor room. There is a further room behind these two which can be regarded as a basement room. It runs the width of the house [7.0m] and is about 1.5 to 2m deep.
An extract taken from the national land register showing the legal status, shape and orientation of the house and garden.