Apartment house in city Aschersleben
275.00 sq.m.

€ 65 000

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MFH-ZV-8949

Proposed apartment building located in the Harz


Forced sale!




property Description:


the residential building is situated in the historic town of Quedlinburg (district Gernrode), the Federal state of Saxony-Anhalt.


Quedlinburg is located in the North-Eastern part of the national Park Harz.


the Harz is one of the best health resorts of Germany,  it is a tourist region in its center. Every year here come many people to enjoy the mountain air and nature, and its stunning views will not leave anyone indifferent.


In the vicinity of the house there is a school, kindergarten, branches of several major German retail chains and other necessary infrastructure for life.


the Facility is located on their own land with an area of about 445 m2, which is also on sale and is already included in the price. 


Massive house with a usable area of 275 m2 approx. split into spacious apartment (total living area - 210 sq. m.) and basement space.


heating - Central gas. The Windows have wooden double-glazed Windows.


the Flooring is laminate, carpet and tile in the bathrooms.


the Walls in the bathrooms and worktops in kitchens tiled.


Available services of water, Sewerage, electricity, Internet and telephone.


On site there is ample space for Parking of the owner or tenants.


the house has a basement suitable for technical needs and for storage, drying clothes, storing bicycles and prams.


Near the house there is enough space for Parking of the owner or tenants.



According to the seller all apartments rented out for long term.


the New owner can dispose of property at its sole discretion, to manage it yourself, lease it or find a responsible Trustee.


On the basis of the average cost of renting in the area, with proper management and full lease, this property can bring about 20,000 Euro annual income.



currently, the property is situated in the external competitive management and will be sold to a new investor directly by the Bank through the courts.


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 the town (ski resort): 40 km (approx. 20 min by car)


Distance to Magdeburg: 62 km (approx. 30 minutes by car)


the Distance to Leipzig: 130 km (approx. 1 hour by car)



location details:


Quedlinburg is an old town in Germany, situated on the river Bode in Saxony-Anhalt.


Is one of the most well preserved medieval towns of Central Europe, whose historical center is included in the list of world heritage of UNESCO.


Quedlinburg most known for its old half-timbered houses. The age of some of them exceeded six centuries. All in all, old town preserves more than a thousand historic buildings.


One of the symbols of Quedlinburg is an old Abbey towering over the town on mount Schlossberg and including the Abbot's Palace and the old Church.


Quedlinburg is located in the Northern foothills of the Harz (mountains in the North of Germany, which are the highest in this part of the country). The average height above sea level is 123 meters. The city is located in the river bed of the Bode.


the Climate is moderate. The average annual temperature of 8.8 degrees. The warmest months are July and August with average temperature of 17-18 degrees. Winters are mild with temperatures around zero. Interestingly, Quedlinburg is one of the most "dry" towns in Germany. Rainfall here is less than 500 mm.


At the Schlossberg mountain towers over the city and ancient Abbey founded in the 10th century. In it was buried the first king of Germany, Henry I. the Abbey is a Palace and old Church, built in Romanesque style in the 10th century and repeatedly rebuilt. Especially distinguished in its architecture two high Gothic Church tower. Abbey for many centuries determined the direction of life in Quedlinburg, so this is one of the most iconic places in the city. Now it is a Museum.

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Company Stimul Consulting

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