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Profitable 8-apartment building at Leipzig, the largest city of Saxony.
the proposed property is located in Halle, Saxony-Anhalt.
Halle, along with Magdeburg, is the largest city of the land in terms of population.
the Apartment house is located on their own land with an area of approximately 2.012 m2 which is also on sale and is already included in the stated price.
In the vicinity of the object there is a school, kindergarten, branches of several major German retail chains, banks, pharmacy and other necessary infrastructure for life.
four-storey apartment house with a living area of 776 m2 approx. consists of 8 apartments with an area from 88 m2 up to 100 m2 each.
In 2006, the facility was overhauled.
In the course of reconstruction was updated heating system, facade and roof.
At the moment the object is in excellent condition and does not require additional investment.
All apartments have balconies and are equipped with modern plumbing.
In the courtyard there is eight covered Parking spaces.
laminate Flooring, hardwood floor, ceramic tiles.
the Walls and floors in bathrooms are tiled.
the Windows are plastic double-glazed Windows with double glazed glass.
Accessible and connected services of water, Sewerage, electricity, Internet and telephone.
In the basement there is a common storage space for bicycles and prams, technical premises.
At the moment the apartments are rented and generate more than 60.000 € per year.
Renting Parking spaces in a major city can bring in additional income.
the New owner can dispose of property at its sole discretion - to live in it himself, to manage the estate, to lease it or to find the responsible administrator.
On the basis of the average cost of renting in the area, with proper management and full lease, this property can bring about 80,000 Euro annual income.
Our company is ready to render all necessary services negotiating 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 Leipzig/Halle: 25 km ( approx. 15 min by car)
the Distance to Leipzig: 35 km (approx 25 min by car)
the Distance to Magdeburg: 90 km (approx. 45 minutes by car)
the Distance to Dresden: 140 km (approx. 1 hour 10 min by car)
Halle is a city in Germany, standing on the river Hall. The most populous city in Saxony-Anhalt: as of 2005 accounted for about 240 thousand people (more than 18 thousand of students). The city is known for its University, which was founded in 1694; in 1817 the University of Halle was merged with the University of Wittenberg; with 1933 years merged University is called the University named after Martin Luther Halle-Wittenberg.
Halle was first mentioned in the year 806.
the First settlements appeared here due to good location and salt fields. The word "Galle", as is commonly believed, of Celtic origin, and means "a place rich in salt." Salt determined the fate of the city: on the one hand, he always managed to remain prosperous and rich thanks to this vital spices; on the other, the development of the industry, engaged salt-making craft over time, a logical continuation - in GDRs were concentrated chemical plants, and it is very detrimental to the ecology of the entire region.
the City traces its history back to the IX century, when Charlemagne founded a fortress - one of the circuit of protective constructions on the Eastern borders of the Frankish Empire. City status was granted to the new settlement in 981 by Emperor Otto II. Since the mid-X century Halle for nearly seven centuries was part of the Archbishopric of Magdeburg.
In 1638, the city was included in kurfurste Brandenburg, and with the recent transformation of the Prussian Kingdom became a Prussian town.
Halle has preserved its historic centre, while in Leipzig, just 40 kilometres from Halle, survived only a few buildings.
Halle is the birthplace of the great German composer George Handel.