|Bathrooms: 0||Square: 150.00|
|Bathrooms: 0||Square: 150.00|
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Proposed two-storey cottage from the Polish border near the town of Frankfurt-on-Oder
a Forced sale!!!
For sale cozy private house with outbuildings and large plot of land (about 2000 m2), which is included in the value of the object.
relative distance of about 30 km (20 min by car) from Frankfurt compensated by good transport interchange, school, kindergarten, branches of large German retail chains, banks and other necessary for life infrastructure can be found in the immediate vicinity of the house.
the building has a total area of more than 150 m2 divided on two floors:
on ground floor
In 2000 the house was renovated, replaced roof, new Windows inserted, updated all the doors.
as was the facade of the house insulated and rewired.
Completely updated floors, was fitted with new linoleum and laid ceramic tile in the bathroom and the kitchen.
According to the seller at the moment, due to the lack of adequate owner, the property is vacant, for renting or for own use will probably need repairs.
the Volume of repair depends on the requirements and creative ideas of the new owner and can be calculated with the help of specialists of our company in a short time.
We can also arrange repair works.
based On the average cost of renting in the region, with proper control and when renting this property can bring about 8.000 Euro in annual revenue.
the House is currently in the external competitive management and will be exhibited at the judicial auction or sold directly by the Bank through court a new investor.
the Object offered for sale by the Bank on the residual value will be transferred to the new owner absolutely without any debts.
According to specialists of our company, during a court auction price may be further reduced by 10-15%, which further increases the investment attractiveness of this apartment.
Our company is ready to render all necessary services on negotiations with the court and with the seller-owner, competent legal registration and after sales management of the property.
including on registration of a possible residence permit.
Distance to it. airport Berlin-Tegel: 100 km (1 hour 10 minutes by car)
Distance to Poland: 10 km (10 min by car)
Frankfurt-on-Oder, a town in the East of Germany, an urban district in the Federal state of Brandenburg, a port on the Oder river with a population of about 60 thousand people.
Frankfurt is located on the Western (left) Bank of the Oder, separating the city from the territory of Poland.
the City was founded in the XIII century, and in 1430 joined the Hanseatic League.
In the nineteenth century played a major role in the Prussian trade due to its location between Poznan and Berlin.
the City was badly damaged during the Second world war, was later rebuilt.
After the war was divided along the Oder between Germany and Poland. From 1949 until 1990 was part of the GDR.
June 1, 1998, the city officially launched in the Jewish community, whose members are immigrants from former Soviet countries.
Many of the sights of the city were destroyed or damaged during Toroimerai war. In fact, the city was rebuilt. However, despite this fact, in Frankfurt-on-Oder, survived some rather interesting monuments of architecture and art, among them should be allocated to St. Mary's Church, the Church of St. Nicholas, Eastern Kentucky University, "three-dimensional house."
the Church of St. Mary was created in the Gothic style in the period from the mid-thirteenth to early sixteenth centuries. This majestic building, the construction of which was conducted for about 300 years, was completely destroyed during the war. Currently preserved only a few fragments of Church utensils, which are now kept in the Church Sveta Gertrude, erected in the XIV century. In 2002, Russia returned to the property Frankfurt-on-Oder 111 stained-glass Windows St. Mary's Church, which had been stored at the Hermitage, and in 2008 the German side received another 6 stained glass Windows that were discovered in the Moscow state Museum of fine arts.