Superb 3 Bedroom Villa with Land in Slovenia
Euroresales Property iD – 9824968
This property is an excellent 3 bedroom villa located just outside Jakobski Dol, North-Eastern Slovenia.
Along with the villa 18 hectares of land are included, 9 of which are covered in mature woodland.
Several outbuildings are also included on the land with 1 of them being a brilliant opportunity for conversion.
The property is being sold as unfurnished.
The property consists of 3 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, all of which are en-suites.
The villa does not have a pool, although, there’s an excellent location for the infinity pool of your dreams, facing down a lonely valley in a very private area.
The total floor size of the villa is 210 square metres, the cellar has an overall size of approximately 36 square metres.
The outbuildings of the property also have a combined floor size of 150 square metres.
The location of the property offers beautiful views of the peaceful Slovenian countryside and surrounding woodland area.
The villa is located just 25 minutes north of Maribor and 3 km north of Jakobski Dol, just south of the Austrian border.
About the Area:
The Slovene Hills or the Slovenian Hills is the largest hilly region of Slovenia, a smaller part is located in the Austrian province of Styria.
it is situated in the northeast of the country and has an area of 1,017 square kilometres. it comprises the Western Slovene Hills and the Eastern Slovene Hills.
The region is known for its vineyards and wines. The central town and municipality is Lenart.
The Slovene Hills area consists of Cenozoic hills, for the most part lower than 400 metres in elevation, and one of the most individualized landscapes of Slovenia.
There are a multitude of low ridges and hills traversed by numerous river valleys, which extend from the northwest towards southeast almost linearly.
They border the Mura River to the east, the Drava River to the west, Croatia to the south, and the Gamlitz River in Austria to the north.
The climate is a moderate continental climate with the amount of precipitation decreasing and average temperatures increasing from the west towards the east. There are also pronounced vertical differences due to the temperature inversion.
in 1991, the Slovene Hills had 92,320 inhabitants, but this number is gradually falling.
Larger serried settlements have formed only along Velka Creek, Globovnica Creek, and James Creek. Elsewhere, farms are densely disposed in long strips along the hill ridges.
The region has been included in the European Natura 2000 network. it is the only nesting region for the European roller in Slovenia.
The green woodpecker, the hoopoe, the common redstart, the turtle dove, the red-backed shrike, golden orioles, and the yellowhammer nest there as well.
The area is also home to hundreds of fireflies which create a magical feeling in the darkness.