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Lovely villa in a charming spa town can be yours

This historic, centrally located property has a massive garden.

History comes to life in its most beautiful form in this 1912 home, located virtually in the centre of the famous spa town of Trenčianske Teplice.

This historic home has a solid foundation and was built in a way houses are no longer built nowadays. The thick walls keep the property cool in the summer and warm in the winter.

Divided into two separate three-bedroom villas, this centrally located property includes an attic and basement and boasts of a massive, breath-taking garden. This vintage house is also equipped with antique furniture and located close to the spa and several restaurants.

The town of Trencianske Teplice is surrounded by nature. It is also just 15 minutes away from Trencin, where you can get anything you need.

You can now become its owner and fulfill your dream of living in a perfect location with mineral springs. The asking price is a bargain at 400,000 euros. Due to its adaptable nature, the property can even be divided into residential and investment property. For more information, please contact: LovelySlovakvilla@gmail.com.

Plenty of photos of the property are available on the Airbnb website: www.airbnb.ca/rooms/3978849 and www.airbnb.ca/rooms/9184438

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