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By Adam German
January 6th, 2012
Along the Iwafune river in Murakami City in Niigata there are two vintage houses for sale sitting on top of a lot of land, perfect for the person looking for land to either build or renovate a second home outside of the busy metropolis area.
The first property is on the main street of the Japanese seaport village of Iwafune. Many fisherman work the waters from this port plus the property is only a 4 minute drive from the “Senami Onsen”, a must visit locale for people who enjoy hot spring baths and clean air.
Please click here to see the details on the first property.
The second house for sale is a 5 house walk away from the first house and is much larger (5LDK+). There is a large parking lot out back of the property that can either be built on to extend the current structure or left as is for income generating purposes as all spaces are currently contracted out.
Please click here to see the details on this property.
Iwafune sports the best salmon fishing with large catches every year offering the freshest fish to the residents. A perfect place for a holiday home with attractions available all year round. Skiing, gold, spas, fishing and mountain sports are all within a convenient drive.
For everyday life, there are many supermarkets and convenience stores in the area making this property located in an ideal location. Inquire now to learn more about this opportunity!
To inquire for more information on these properties please inquire below. Move fast as these properties will not be on the market long as they are priced to go!
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