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A resident of Primorye received land near a popular beach. Holidaymakers are already coming to the site as to the observation deck
Vladimir Kuklin, a resident of Primorye, accepted the issue of land for free use as a gift of fate: without any problems or delays, he registered land in one of the most attractive districts of the region. He built a small house on it, but is going to start building a more solid dwelling, as well as a building for renting to tourists.
Vladimir Kuklin became a participant in the Far Eastern hectares program at the second stage. He sat down at the computer, began to study the map - and could not believe his eyes. Vladimir was surprised and delighted that a plot near the beach in the village of Slavyanka, Khasansky District, was vacant. Previously, land in this area cost about 2,5 million rubles. The place is one of the most picturesque in southern Primorye. There is a 7-kilometer sandy beach "Manchurka", which is visited by thousands of tourists every summer. Now Vladimir has 37 acres at his disposal, 50 meters from the sea.
"Now I live in an apartment in the village of Slavyanka with my wife and my young son. I opened a door phone company with a friend, I build a box for repairing boats. Sailing is my hobby. There is a yacht on which we participate in competitions, "- says the recipient of a hectare.
He comes to his site every day. The road from the center of the village takes only 5 minutes. First of all, Vladimir removed garbage from a hectare, there were two dump truck bodies. Then he mowed the grass, tidied up the driveway, and set up a small house on the lot. Vladimir sheathed it with clapboard, insulated it, brought in furniture and added a veranda. There is a small garage nearby. The owner of a hectare has just begun to enclose his land plot, so many vacationers still come here to admire the view of the sea and islands.
“I applied for electricity, signed a contract, electricity will appear in the fall. I am waiting for the town planning plan, then I will receive a building permit and fill the foundation of the house, ”Vladimir shared his plans.
In the future, he is going to open a small business here: to build a recreation center or a large hunter's house to rent to vacationers. According to Vladimir Kuklin, the entire Far East comes to the beaches of the Khasansky district. At the same time there are practically no infrastructures for tourists, so there will be enough customers.
“Recreation centers and mini-hotels will be in demand here, our territory has great potential, especially taking into account the development of the international transport corridor Primorye-2,” the recipient of the “Far Eastern hectare” is sure.
Published in the brochure "Far Eastern hectare: first results"