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Proposed apartment building in the suburbs of Duesseldorf, near the border with France
Spacious two-storey house with a living area of approx 224.5 m2 is divided into two three-room apartments on the ground floor (right):
the total area of this apartment is 37.5 m2
the Second apartment on the first floor, a total area of 74.5 m2 consists of:
On the second floor is bright and spacious six-room apartment with total area of 112,5 m2 the apartment are also attached:
Each of the apartments has a private garage overhaul.
the house has a spacious basement for washing and drying clothes and separate storage rooms for bicycles and prams.
the House is located in a quiet suburb with good infrastructure, supermarkets in the immediate vicinity and public transport within walking distance.
the house has Central heating, floors - laminate, tile. Windows are plastic double-glazed Windows.
According to the seller, at the moment an apartment building rented out for long term.
based On average rental cost, with proper management under lease annual income can be more than 20 thousand euros.
the Object is currently in the external competitive management and will be sold directly by the Bank through court a new investor.
It's offered 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 the object.
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. düsseldorf airport: 75 km (1 hour by car)
Distance to it. Dortmund airport: 142 km (1 hour 40 minutes by car)
Distance to it. Cologne airport: 90 km (1 hour 5 minutes by car)
the Aachen - city in Germany in North Rhine-Westphalia.
Located in the place where the three countries merge: Germany, Belgium and the Netherlands, 4-5 km from the border with the latter two countries. To the South of the city starts on the Eifel national Park.
throughout its long history the illustrious Charlemagne Aachen never once changed "citizenship." One remained and remains the same: in all languages, whether Latin AKVIS granum, German Aachen or French AIX-La-Chapelle, the first syllable in the town's name etymologically comes from the word "water". Hot springs, spouting in a small funnel-shaped valley between the slate hills, has always served as the main source of urban renewal. He towered and fell into decay, burned to ashes and every time it was restored better than ever.
the First to appreciate the healing power of hot springs and the Celts, who built here a sanctuary of the God of the waters and healing Granosa. But a permanent settlement on the site of Aachen was first raised in the era of the Roman Empire. Fans of the famous hot baths, the Romans laid the resort Aquis Granum, which served as a place of rest and treatment of soldiers wounded in battles with the Germans. The current tour from that time "got" is only part of the portico of the baths at the legionary square Hoff, that is, "courtly", and that in the copy.
in the days of Charlemagne, Aachen was famous for its jousting tournaments. Continuing the glorious tradition, every year in June there is one of the most prestigious in the world of equestrian sport events CHIO Aachen – competitions in dressage, vaulting, overcoming obstacles and eventing.
Many German sweets have worldwide recognition. All buyers are familiar and Dresden Stollen (Dresdner Stollen), and Nuremberg gingerbread (Nürnberger Lebkuchen). Has its own famous sweet and Aachen – Aachen printed the gingerbread (Aachener Printen).
the Carrot is one of the most ancient treats on earth. It is widely known that traces of products of flour and honey was even found by archaeologists in ancient Egyptian tombs.
And close to the current gingerbread, according to scientists, was first manufactured on the territory of current Belgium, in Dinant. Soon they were produced in Aachen.