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Offers luxury two-bedroom apartment with balcony in the centre of the historic city of lübeck.
the Apartment is located on the fifth floor of an apartment building in the heart of lübeck, Federal state of Schleswig-Holstein.
Lubeck is familiar to historians from the 12th century, but today its streets you can see historic buildings, of which there are more than 1000. The German town has not lost its old-world charm that makes it attractive for tourists. His whole appearance is reminiscent of past greatness, when Lubeck was part of the Hanseatic League and had the unofficial title of "Hanseatic Queen".
Since 1987, the city included in the UNESCO world heritage site.
In the vicinity of the house there is a school, kindergarten, branches of several major German retail chains, banks, restaurants and cafes, monuments and other necessary infrastructure for life.
a short walk to Central city Park.
During its existence, the estate was regularly attacked current repair and necessary upgrades.
Cosy apartment living area of approx. 50 m2 divided into:
Central heating - gas, battery with temperature. The bathroom has modern sanitary ware.
Flooring - parquet, tiles.
In the Windows - plastic double-glazed Windows with double glazed glass.
Available services of water supply, Sewerage, electricity, telephone and Internet.
In the possession of the owner or tenant of the apartment has a separate basement for storage of approx. 5 m2.
in addition, the house has a shared basement for storage, bikes, strollers, washing and drying clothes.
the house has an Elevator.
Near the house there are spaces for Parking cars.
the balcony has a beautiful view of the river.
the New owner can dispose of property at its sole discretion - to live in it, manage the property yourself, rent it or find a responsible Trustee.
based On the average cost of renting in the area, with proper management and rental, this property can bring about 7,500 thousand euros of annual income.
currently, the apartment is in the external competitive management and will be sold directly by the Bank through court a new investor.
It is 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 Hamburg: 65 km (30 min by car)
Distance to Schwerin: 68 km (35 min by car)
the Distance to Kiel: 85 km (50 min by car)
Lubeck is a port city on the Baltic sea, known in history as a major centre of the Hanseatic League. Lübeck's historic city centre (Old town) with its cultural monuments is UNESCO world heritage and is under UNESCO protection.
the City is located on the North European plain, near the mouth of the navigable river trave, which flows into the district of travemünde in the Baltic sea. The old part of town lies on a hill and surrounded by the waters of Trave and Wakenitz. The landscape is a hilly terrain and due to the ice age. The favorable geographical position favored the development of the city as a Baltic port, and was the reason for its rapid rise in the Medieval period.
during the first half of the nineteenth century lübeck was a kind of "gateway to Europe" for Russian travellers. The fact that he was the first port in which made a stop went from Kronstadt Russian passenger ships and, therefore, the first European city which has seen the Russian pilgrims, it was lübeck.
In Lubeck was born and raised one of the most famous German writers, the Nobel prize winner Thomas Mann. In several works of the writer, the events unfolding in his native city, and today one of the main streets is the Museum "Buddenbrooks House" (aka "Center of Heinrich and Thomas Mann".