2 buildings plot for sale in Carpathian area, near ski resort.
We’ve uncovered a ready to go development site in the Ukrainian Carpathians. It could be split and resold as smaller units, or developed as a whole.
The plot is surrounded by a beautiful forest and has lovely mountain views. This Ukrainian plot for sale attracts attention not only by its beauty but also by its good location. It’s situated just 14 kms from the ski resort of Kosiv, and within an hours drive of one of Ukraine's best ski resorts, Bukovel.
It’s a good place for a chalet holiday home development.
One plot is 4495 m2 in size and the other 624 m2 . The total size of both plots if bought together is 5,119 m2. Price for both is $17950.
This is a low price for prime building land, fully privatised and with permission to build - which is very important as it can take quite some time to gain the permits necessary. Please don’t under estimate the value of such permissions to this land. It’s valuable and means you won’t have possible application head-aches and can focus on positive plans for development.
The region is not only popular in winter with skiers, but the summertime brings almost as much tourism. The Carpathians have traditionally been popular in summer as well as winter due to the great weather, beautiful scenery and wide range of outdoor activities to do. A holiday home in this area should prove to be a great renter and Lyucha village has already a budding tourist destination.
Mini-hotels have sprung up in recent years and in the peak months the population in the area increases greatly.
Close to prime ski areas, this building plot benefits from being in a sought after location and is not isolated. Below we have listed some of the important towns and ski centres in the area:
- Kosiv: 14kms
- Kolomiya: 16kms
- Bukovel ski resort: 70kms
- Yaremche: 80kms
- Ivano-Frankivsk: 85kms
Lyucha village is considered to be in the heartlands of the Hutsul region of the Carpathians. The area is well known for its traditional architecture and traditions. Throughout the area you will find authentic restaurants and cafes offering Hutsul cuisine and the many craft shops, museums and trade fairs bring in many tourists each year.
Surrounding Lyucha village are dense forests which draw a large number of visitors each year due to the wide variety of wildlife that can be seen and the wonderful walks that it offers.