Nerima House by Itsuko Hasegawa

SOLD

House & Land  | 4 Bedrooms + 2 Bathrooms  | House size: 214.91 sqm (2,312 sq.ft)
Hayamiya, Nerima-ku, Tokyo


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ABOUT

This house sold in March 2020 and is no longer available.

Nerima House was designed by architect Itsuko Hasegawa Atelier and completed in 1986.

It was designed as a two-household home, with a main residence of 134.28 sqm and a separate, self-contained residence of 80.63 sqm. Both share the same roof, but have separate entrances.

The home fronts onto a 6-meter wide public road on the east side.

LOCATION

Hayamiya 1 Chome, Nerima-ku, Tokyo

Hikawadai Station – 6 min walk
(Fukutoshin, Yurakucho Lines)


  • Shakuji River: 130 meters
  • Sakuradai Tennis Club: 350 meters
  • Summit Supermarket: 600 meters

FLOOR PLAN

DETAILS

Type: 4-Bedroom House & Land
Built: May 1986
Construction: 2-story wood frame & 2-story wood and reinforced concrete
Land size (registered): 330.58 sqm (3,557 sq.ft)
House size: 214.91 sqm (2,312 sq.ft)
Setback:
Land rights: Freehold
Road: 6-meter wide public road on east side
Road frontage:
Zoning: Category I Exclusively Low-Rise Residential Zone
Building footprint ratio: 50%
Building floor-area ratio: 100%
Status: SOLD
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Last updated: April 4, 2020. Next update (scheduled):

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Disclaimer:
All information contained herein is gathered from sources we believe to be reliable. However we cannot guarantee its accuracy and interested persons should rely on their own enquiries.
All care has been taken in preparing this floor plan, however the accuracy is not guaranteed and no liability will be accepted for any reliance placed upon it. In the event of any conflict between the floor plan and actual conditions, the latter shall prevail. Dimensions are approximate.