The plots are situated in the town of Sóskút, 800 meters from the Motorway nr. M7 from Budapest to Balaton and 23 kms southwest from Budapest. The town can be accessed directly from the motorway exit. Sóskút has 2800 inhabitants, and started dynamically develop due to the direct motorway exit in the past period.

The plots are situated on the south-facing hillside with a slope of 5%. Every plot has full panorama to the near forest or the town. The territory lies close to the Hungarian castle of the Habsburg dynasty, next to an environmental area, where several protected plant and animal species can be found. The Villapark lies next to the Fundulia-valley.



The Aszó-valley was formed in the 170-220 m high Érd-Sóskút plateau with approx 15-35 m depth. The locals all it Deep-trench, but became famous as the interestingly sound Funduklia-valley. The length of the valley is almost one kilometre, which is divided by the M7 motorway, and won the title of environmental area.


The territory is a real dessert for the fans of nature with the 300 kind of plant species 32 is already protected. Despite that the research of the animals is not really advanced, 20 species are already protected.


The area is unique due to the rock materials and the location.


The specific material is limestone formed 10-15 million years ago, and presently creates the surface material of the Tétény-Diósd region and the Érd-
Sóskút plateau.


The northern neighbour of the Villapark is a 72 ha sized pine and oak forest, where deers and other small bodied animals can be observed. The forest and the neighbouring fields are often hosts orienteering and other competitions. It is ideal for tours, trips, and botanic experiences.


The use of the limestone has a 400 years tradition. The houses of the town were made of the stone produced in Sóskút already that time. The sculptor and quarry units of the millennium structures we produced also in the mines of Sóskút. Stone cargo has been transported from here to the Opera of Budapest and Vienna, the Basilica and the Castle of Buda. The Lions of the Chain Bridge were also made out of this resource.

On the north-eastern part of the Villapark can be found the so called PAX-grove, also can be noticed from the satellite imagery, and from the 27th km of the M7 motorway.