Wonderful cottage is situated in Kymenlaakso region in southern Finland.
Kymenlaakso is one of the most centrally located regions in southern Finland. In the South it is washed by the waters of the Gulf of Finland and in the South-East it borders with the Russian Federation. Travelers who prefer active rest in the water, can go rafting or fishing on the river Kumijoki.
Description of site: the Site is 1.2 Hectares on the shores of clear lake Väkevänjärvi. Forest pine, sloping Bank. The area is decorated with large stones that make Finnish energy. Kept in the natural landscape. The coastline extends to the South-West.
Private shoreline at 50 metres
Buildings on the property: the main house, outdoor toilet, shed
Unused construction area: 100 m2
The house description: The house of 1982 built overlooking the lake The layout of the house: living room with kitchen, bedroom, sauna, terrace
Heating: electric, fireplace
Communications: water in the house is not conducted
Maintenance costs: Property taxes 320 €/year
Distances: The nearest shops (town centre Miehikkälä) - 20 km The Museum of fortifications - 30 km The nearest large town Lappeenranta - 51 km To the border with the Russian Federation (CAT Torfyanovka) - 19 km
Transport accessibility: From Moscow (Leo Tolstoy) and St. Petersburg (Allegro) direct trains with stops at railway stations in the cities of Lappeenranta (Vainikkala), Kouvola, Lahti, Helsinki. The nearest railway station in the city of Lappeenranta (Vainikkala) - 19 km
Military-historical Museum-bunker in Virolahti founded in 1980. The main exposition of the Museum includes an exhibition in the premises of the Museum, a 15-minute multimedia film about the history of the Line Salpa and fortifications under the open sky. Cafe Bunkkeri caters to visitors in the Museum's opening hours. Delicious pastries and freshly brewed coffee on the cozy terrace will be a great zaversheniem visit to the Museum. In the café you can buy products of local gastronomy.