|Land size plot||1200 sqm|
|Year of construction||1996|
|Living Area||160 sqm|
|Surroundings||Rice fields / forest|
|Access||Private access road|
|Building permit (IMB)||Present|
Kerambitan colonial house
In case you want to live in a quiet area with views in front and in the back of your property, then consider this Kerambitan colonial house. A house with a total of 4 bedrooms and having a view on forest, rice paddies and in the distance even a slight ocean view.
This Kerambitan colonial house consists of various parts.
We start at the main building which is having 2 floors.
On the ground floor you will find a nice spacious living. Sliding doors are giving access to the terrace. The dining area is just next to the living. The house is having a kitchen which needs some refurbishments.
Also on this floor is the first bedroom with a small bathroom.
Getting to the first floor, you eye will direct catch the large wood carved wall. On this floor you will find a small kids bedroom and the large master bedroom. This last bedroom is having an en-suite bathroom.
The balcony in front of this floor is having a beautiful view over the lush tropical garden.
In the garden you will find the terrace with gazebo and the swimming pool. Beneath the swimming pool is the last bedroom with a bathroom located. The garden is going down till it is ending at a river.
This Kerambitan colonial house is having a parking for 1 car and some motors. Storage room is located just next to the parking.
Kerambitan is a village with its own Kingdom, located in the Tabanan regency. The village itself is having a large market and some small supermarkets. Nearest big city is Tabanan where you can find many more supermarkets and where you can do your daily shopping. Tabanan city is only about 20 minutes driving away.
This Kerambitan colonial house is on the market for EUR 190.000. It comes with a freehold title.
This house needs some small renovations. It has been built in 1996. The house is good but needs some fresh paintwork. Besides this, the bathrooms and the already mentioned kitchen are having their origin in 1996. They are still good and functional but not all to today's standard.
Please note that during the photo shoot, the pomp of the swimming pool was broken. This pomp has been replaced and the swimming pool is having its normal blue color again.
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