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Proposed lucrative two-storey cottage with economic areas in East Germany
two-Storey house is located near the town of Wittenberg, Saxony-Anhalt.
Wittenberg is a kind of city - Museum of Protestantism under the open sky. Here lived and preached the initiator of the German reformation Martin Luther.
During its existence, the estate was regularly attacked current repair and necessary upgrades.
the House is located on land plot approx. 100 m2, which is also on sale and is already included in the stated price.
the grounds of the house and the neighboring houses neatly landscaped and paved roads.
This is a quiet area with nice and friendly neighbors.
a Massive house with a living area of 105 m2 approx. divided into:
living room 15 m2 approx.
living approx. 15 m2.
kitchen 17 m2 approx.
hallway approx. 6 m2
- bathroom with shower and toilet approx. 7 m2
- pantry approx. 2 m2
living room 14 m2 approx.
bedroom 14 m2 approx.
nursery approx. 10 m2
hallway approx. 5 m2
Property belongs to the utility room/shed area of approx 57 m2.
heating: Central. Flooring - laminate, linoleum, tile.
Windows: wooden Windows with insulating glazing, electric shutters.
Available services of water, Sewerage, electricity, Internet and telephone.
In the neighborhood there is ample space to relax, BBQ facilities, creation of individual landscape.
Near the house there is enough space for Parking.
the New owner can dispose of property at its sole discretion - to live in it, manage the property, lease it or find a responsible Trustee.
On the basis of the average cost of renting in the area, with proper management and lease, this property can bring about 9,000 euros in annual revenue.
currently, the property is situated in the external competitive management and will be sold through court the new investor.
It is offered at the residual value will be transferred to the new owner absolutely without any debts.
According to specialists of our company, in the course of judicial trading the price can 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.
the Distance to Leipzig: 65 km (approx. 25 minutes by car)
the Distance to Magdeburg: 100 km (approx. 50 minutes by car)
Distance to Berlin: 120 km (approx. 1 hour by car)
Wittenberg (Lutherstadt), district town in Germany in the Federal state of Saxony-Anhalt, on the Elbe river.
In the sixteenth century was a major center of cultural, scientific and political life in Germany, and also played a prominent role in the beginning of the reformation, was the place of business of Martin Luther, Phillip Melanchthon and Lucas Cranach, and the family of the famous medieval lawyers Khraptovich.
Local attractions Lutherhaus, Melanchthonhaus and castle Church, to the door where Martin Luther tacked his 95 theses in 1517, is listed as a world cultural heritage site by UNESCO.
was the center of the Duchy of Saxon-Wittenberg in the sixteenth century, Wittenberg was the residence of the elector of Saxony.
among the main tourist attractions of the city of Lutherstadt Wittenberg belongs to all saints ' Church or castle Church (the Schlosskirche), built in 1496-1506 period of years. To the door of its main entrance, which was used as a Bulletin Board, Martin Luther tacked his 95 theses in 1517. The Church was severely damaged in 1760 during the Seven years ' war, then rebuilt, and finally restored during the years 1885-1892. Historic wooden doors to which Luther affixed his theses were burned in 1760. In 1858, 1858, replaced by bronze doors on which are molded the text of the 95 theses in Latin.
refers To the XIV century Wittenberg city Church of St. Mary (Stadtkirche) that Luther preached.
On the outskirts of the historic Old town is the "Luther oak", planted on the spot where Luther burned in 1520 the papal bull of his excommunication. This event occurred near the former city gate Ellerslie.