In Tomigaya, one can feel a respite from the pressures of city living without having to give up the access and convenience offered by the city. The address is nestled walking distance west of Yoyogi Park, between Shibuya and Yoyogi-Uehara Stations.
Who this property would work for?
- Families with multiple pets, especially large dogs.
- Families that wish to live in a great neighborhood without the very high prices in places like Omotesando or Azabu Juban
- Families that wish to build a dream home in Tokyo tailor made to their tastes with no compromise
Tomigaya has a very calm and relaxed atmosphere with people in the area being relatively affluent with safety and comfort being a number one priority. Another huge attraction to the Tomigaya address is the proximity to Yoyogi Park. While there are many large parks in Tokyo, Yoyogi Park is the only one with a dog run large enough for all sizes of pets; even the Shepards and Dobermans out there.
Now enter this Tomigaya 2 Chome property. The current structure on the land is still very livable. Built in 1987 but very well maintained, this 306.66 sqm house boasts ample space not only for living but raising a family too. Two car park on site for sedans make to complete the picture.
While the property is more than suitable to be used as is, there is a sample plan available for a rebuild that would replace the existing structure with a much more sleek, modern design.
While the current layout has small, compartmentalized rooms, the sample floor plan for a rebuild includes a more user friendly roof balcony that provides for more private access to the outdoors than currently in place, bedrooms with spacious walk in closets and a living / dining room that is refigured to allow more natural light throughout the house.
The proposed floor plan would come at an approximate cost of ¥129,000,000. This would include the demolition of the exiting structure so a dream home in a very high end residential area of Tokyo would cost all in including property purchase price of roughly ¥427,000,000; give or take depending on construction timing.
Financing the project as a primary residence can be easily achieved for qualified borrowers working and paying taxes in Japan.
This property is viewable anytime so enquire today to get started!
Editor’s Note: Adam German is Vice President of Business Development at Housing Japan and a well-known figure in both the marketing and sales side of Tokyo real estate. Originally from Canada, Adam has been behind some of the most successful international residential property services in Tokyo.