The most delicious seedless grapes grown in Latvia
We are selling a property with a grape farm.
Energy-efficient house with grape farm, production, outbuildings and land, in a new, quiet village. You don't have to buy property in Italy to be able to grow very tasty, sought-after, seedless grapes, even here in the sunniest part of Latvia, Zemgale.
For sale, newly commissioned, 2 floor, 5-room house - 185m2; production-warehouse building- 336m2, greenhouses with productive, excellent, newest, seedless varieties, very tasty grapes- 720m2; a ready-made, easy-to-add home page with a suitable domain "Vinogas"; land - 1.48 ha, the whole area is landscaped; pond with fish to be caught - 600m2; sauna with rest rooms-52m2; farm building and everything necessary to successfully continue the business. Solar cells are installed, which provide the required amount of energy. The building has a modern, powerful (22kw) fireplace, which provides a cozy atmosphere and heating; 2 (energy-efficient A+++) heat pumps have been installed, which fully provide the climate you need. The building will be partially furnished (there are new kitchen appliances, furniture, sitting area, sanitary ware, wardrobes, beds, tables, chairs, etc.) . The property is located 10 km from Iecava, 20 km from Jelgava.
Extensive additional information and a lot of photos about the farm can be viewed in the catalog section of our website. T. +371 27451648, [email protected]
In the sunniest part of Zemgale, we grow grapes of the best varieties of Canada, America and Ukraine. Selecting from a collection of more than 250 varieties, the best, tastiest and most suitable for Latvian conditions, we have created a grape farm of 28 best varieties, which every year gives us the satisfaction of being able to grow the tastiest seedless grapes in Latvia in sufficiently large quantities. In addition, we also offer natural, pasteurized grape juice. We already have a lot of good independent buyers who regularly buy our grapes and juice at the Riga farmers' night market (every year in August and September). For more detailed information, please see the Catalog section of our website.