Winter Chalets


Address :

Sibiu, Negoiu Mountain,
Selling price : 500 000 €
Charges : Consult us
Fees : Consult us

Description :

Living space : 600 m²
Land space : 1500 m²
Number of rooms : 22
Number of floors : 2
Number of bathrooms : 4

The Negoiu Chalet is located onto Serbota Peak, above the coniferous forest in Fagaras mountains, at 1535 m. altitude. Near the site there is Serbota waterfall. The splendid location it’s right in the center of Romania, near Sibiu. The chalet includes three buildings: the main building – the new chalet, the old chalet and an annex. The new chalet has ground floor and two floors, 12 rooms, built from stone and wood. Each floor has a long balcony. At the ground floor there is a hall, the living room, a kitchen and the chalet manager’s residence. On the other two floors there are five bedrooms south oriented and seven bedrooms north oriented. Each floor has its own bathroom. The chalet was built between 1957-1962 and it was inaugurated on the 10th of may 1963.
The old chalet is built from wood and has six bedrooms on the ground floor and bunks on the top floor. It was built in 1937. The annex is built from wood and has bunks.
The accommodation capacity is: - the new chalet has 140 places in beds,
- the old chalet and the annex together have 80 places in beds in the summer and 20 in the winter.
The heating is made with wood by terracotta stoves. In the new chalet there is a water system. The power comes from its own micro-hydropower plant.
Access ways:
-by train: from Fagaras on Fagaras-Sibiu route, at the Porumbacu de Jos Station,
-by car: on DN1 road until Porumbacu de Jos, then from the east side of the village (276,3 km of the DN1 road) keep the road to the south until Porumbacu de Sus (4 km), then on the forest road until the confluence of Serbota and Sarata Streams (aprox. 16 km). After you follow the marked path until you reach the chalet (aprox. two hours).

Property updated on: 10 October 2016

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