237.900 m² farmland for sale
Address: Romania, Harghita, Chedia Mica
Price: 98.000 €
Stunning location with uninterrupted panoramic views of the surrounding landscape. Property comprising three adjacent lots of land is for sale in the village of Chedia Mica, Harghita county, Transylvania, ~600m AMSL.
|237.900 m² farmland with Stunning Panorama at Bargain Price|
|Address: Romania, Harghita, Chedia Mica|
|Price: 98.000 €|
Stunning location with uninterrupted panoramic views of the surrounding landscape.
Property comprising three adjacent lots of land is for sale in the village of Chedia Mica, Harghita county, Transylvania, ~600m AMSL. The three adjacent lots are: 8.700 m², 100.000 m² and 129.200 m², altogether forming one 237.900 m² (23.79 Ha = 58.78 acre) property.
The lots are good farmland (formerly arable land, currently grass pasture in good condition, pictures were taken in February and March) with the village on one border and woods, hilltops on the other. Slight slope allows for panoramic views of the village and the surrounding rolling hills. Slight slope is south – south-west (S-SW) which provides lots of sunny hours. Frequent sightings of wild boar, red deer, roe deer and occasionally brown bear.
This beautiful area is adjacent to the tiny and picturesque village of Chedia Mica (Kiskede in Hungarian), in Harghita county, in the very heart of Transylvania. Population of Chedia Mica in the 2002 census: 73 (71 Hungarian, 2 Romanian). Chedia Mica is a member of the fourteen-village local government commune of Simonesti (Simenfalva in Hungarian). Wikipedia (English): Simonesti
Chedia Mica is only 11 km (7 miles) from the 800 year old town of Cristuru Secuiesc (pop. ~9600, Szekelykeresztur in Hungarian), and 36 km (23 miles) from the UNESCO World Heritage town of Sighisoara (Segesvar in Hungarian), where Vlad Drakul was born (whom Drakula was based on by Bram Stoker). The house where Vlad Drakul was born is currently a museum.
A 180,000 m² (~ 44.5 acre) lake 5 km (3 miles) from the property provides opportunities for swimming and fishing. Google: laculruganesti.
The property provides many opportunities:
– The perfect family retreat and holiday home
This property also provides the perfect opportunity for medium term investment, even if the new owner leaves it as it is (grass pasture). Romania has been a member of the European Union since 2007. Since January 1, 2014 any EU citizen can directly buy land in Romania without an intermediary. For non-EU citizens it is possible to buy the lots by creating a limited liability company (Ltd. or SRL in Romania – prices are €2,000 all inclusive). The price of the property can include the Romanian Ltd. that currently owns the land (it was founded specifically for this reason, books are open to be checked, a complete audit can be done for the new owner).
Land registry and cadaster of the property is in perfect order; the property is free from claim, mortgage or any kind of encumbrance. This is a rare opportunity, since very few percent of farmland in Romania has its land registry and cadaster in perfect order. Price of farmland is far below the EU average but climbing quickly, so this is the right time to invest in farmland in Transylvania.
|Reference number:||FODEL #3013|
|Country:||Romania (EU country)|
|Location:||Outside inhabited area|
|Plot size:||237.900 m²|
|Public sewer:||Not connected|