The Best Of Royal Town 500 sqm

Hokkaido / Niseko Area / Annupuri
  • 500 sqm

Niseko, Hokkaido 048-1511

If you’ve ever dreamed of soaking in your very own natural onsen hot spring, this is a unique Niseko real estate option opportunity not to be missed.

This 500 sqm (151.2 tsubo) block of land is in the Royal Town neighborhood just a 3 minute drive from the Annupuri & Moiwa ski lifts. Royal Town offers a peaceful semi rural forest setting combined with easy access to the ski resort and the areas best local bars and restaurants, including the world famous Rakuichi Soba and Sushi Shin.

Royal Town blocks boast the ability to have an Onsen water line connected directly into any house in the neighborhood giving you the potential for your own private hot spring in your new villa. This is a factor that should be taken into consideration when planning any new construction in the area. If you are considering building a resort home that you will put in the rental pool a private onsen is a massive draw card that will boost occupancy in both summer and winter leading to greater returns.

Royal Town also boasts one of the highest building coverage ratio’s in the Niseko area allowing a 50% foot print and 200% floor area coverage and a 13 meter high limit. These generous regulations mean owners can build larger homes on smaller blocks, another value adding factor for those considering buying a property here.

Not only elevated, this block is on the outter edge of Royal Town so your new chalet will back up to the pristine Hokkaido forest with peaceful snowy views and stunning scenery down to Konbu Town and of Konbu Mountain.

The views at night are especially stunning with Konbu Town lit up in the valley down below.

Contact us today to secure the best lot Royal Town has on offer.

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