Mita apartment for sale, Luxury low-rise in Minato-ku

Written by sato. Posted in Hot Properties for Sale, In the Press, Investment Properties, Real Estate Market Japan, Residential Building

Mita Seifu Garden 2nd floor, 3 bedroom unit in luxury low-rise building

Mita Seifu Garden is a luxury low-rise apartment building only 5 minutes walk to Azabujuban station. The building is located in Mita, an area well known as one of the high class residential neighborhoods in Tokyo.

This unit has just been listed on the market and is priced to sell at JPY 99.75 million.

The unit has windows on three sides with great ventilation and excellent sun light throughout all the rooms. The building is well managed with a 24 hour management office on site. The Australian Embassy, Mitsui Club House and Azabujuban Shopping Street are conveniently located close by. This is a great location for an expatriate family.

Property Information:
Mita Seifu Garden 2F
Address: Mita 1-11-45, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Land: Freehold
Price: JPY 99,750,000
Size: 112.10sqm (33.91 tsubo), Balcony 8.19sqm
Price/sqm: JPY889,830
Management Fee: JPY 67,000
Restoration Fee: 20,300

Building Information:
Structure: SRC 7 story
Total Unit: 50
Completed: 1991 Oct
Construction Company: Takenaka Komuten
Management Company: Sogo
Pet: Negotiatable



Sato was born in Fukuoka in Western Japan. After high school he studied in the US and graduated from Interior Architecture and Design at the Academy of Arts University, in San Francisco. In his freetime, he enjoys traveling, architectural tours, art and museums, surfing and reading books. Work Experience Sato worked as an assistant project manager and graphic designer at Pyatok Architects office. At the same time he was also a member of the NPO, “Rebuilding Together Oakland”. He lived and worked in Pune, India and was in charge of Design and Communications at the office of Christopher Charles Benninger Architects. Sato now specializes in residential land for sale in Minato-ku and Shibuya-ku as well as resort properties in some of Japan’s more popular holiday destinations. With his international experience, passion for architecture, and city planning, he would like to see a future Japan which is more more international and accessible to foreigners.