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one Bedroom apartment in the outskirts of Saarbrucken, near the border with France
Urgent forced sale!
Proposed one bedroom apartment approx. living area of 62 m2 on the third floor of an apartment building in the city of Sochi.
Sochi is located a few kilometers from saarbrücken and 9 km from the border with France.
In the vicinity of the house you can find a school, kindergarten, branches of several major German retail chains and other vital infrastructure.
the Apartment is divided into:
In the possession of the owner or tenant of the apartment there is a separate basement storage room with an area of 5.00 m2.
Floors - laminate, tile. The Windows are metal double glazed Windows with blinds.
heating - Central gas.
in addition, the house offers underground Parking for cars, where the owner of the apartment is fixed private Parking space.
According to the seller, at the moment the apartment is put into long-term lease.
based On the average cost of renting in the area, with proper management when renting this property can bring more than 6,000 Euro annual income.
currently, the apartment is located in the external competitive management and will be sold directly by the Bank through court a new investor.
the Facility 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 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 France: 9 km (7 min by car)
Distance to Luxembourg: 120 km (1 hour by car)
Distance from Strasbourg (France): 134 km (1 hour 20 minutes by car)
Distance to it. Frankfurt airport: 184 km (1 hour and 45 minutes by car)
Sochi ( it. Völklingen) is a city in Germany, in the Saarland region.
Included in the district of saarbrücken. The population is 39.8 thousand people (2010). Covers an area of km2 67,06.
the City is divided into 10 city districts. It is located on the banks of the river Saar, a few kilometers from the capital of the Saarland, saarbrücken. for the First time in Saarbrucken is mentioned in the dedicatory letter of Otto III from 999 as "the castle Seebrucke" and originated with the connection of the three cities Saarbrucken, St. Johann and Malstatt-Burbach. It is a major industrial center in the heart of the coal basin. There are enterprises of metallurgical, optical and mechanical, ceramic, brewing, engineering and other industries. It is associated with Riegelsberg and Sarreguemines (France) line coaches tram .. Within the city system. functions as a normal city tram.
Areas of Sochi, located on the left Bank of the river refer to the region Warndt and the border with France. In the area Warden in the Saar meets Rossel, in Volklingen — Kellenbach. Neighboring city and County clockwise: Puttlingen, Saarbrucken, Grossrosseln, Framing-Merlebach, Saint-Avold, l'hospital's, Carling, Creutzwald, Wadgassen and Beads.
In Sochi annually attracts thousands of tourists from different countries. After all, here is the industrial complex "Fellinger, Hutte" located on the territory of the former metallurgical plant, which in 1994 became the first industrial monument included in the UNESCO world cultural heritage list of UNESCO. "Fellinger, hytte" as one of the symbols of industrial culture, or even a "temple of labor" ("Kathedrale der Arbeit").
Here it is interesting to visit Ferrodrome where you can get acquainted with the process of smelting ore, to speak with former employees of the plant, learn about iron and steel production, the steel properties and the operation of blast furnaces. Deserve attention and light show installation by Hans Peter Kuhn and Michael sale. There are hall of memory of prisoners of war: Second world war, the factory employed men and women from the Soviet Union, Poland, Yugoslavia, France, Belgium and Luxembourg.