Investment real estate tourist residence eligible for the LMNP Tholonet, Bouches-du-Rhône, Provence-Côte d'Azur
Investment real estate tourist residence eligible for the LMNP Tholonet. The residence is located in Tholonet, 5.5 km from the center of Aix-en-Provence, it offers a gym, secure access and studios with private bathroom and free Wi-Fi. Free Wi-Fi. For sale, we have a studio including: a hall with kitchenette, a bedroom, a bathroom with toilet, a closet. This property is eligible for the LMNP, it is sold without commercial lease. Invest without the rental worries. Guaranteed rent whatever the occupancy rate. Invest and create income net of tax thanks to the taxis of the LMNP (non-professional furniture rental). The LMNP (Non Commercial Furniture Rental) is a tax status that allows a particular to build a property portfolio guaranteeing a steady income, under extremely advantageous legal and tax conditions. Thanks to the LMNP, you rent an apartment or a house located in a residence of services (residences for tourists, for businessmen, for students or even for the elderly) and you assure you the complementary resources not taxable for the future. In addition to building up real estate assets, the LMNP allows you to save for your retirement and protect your family from need, because in the event of death or disability, the loan insurance reimburses the current credit and your loved ones can directly collect the income from this property. Le Tholonet is a small village situated close to Aix en Provence in the "Haute Vallée de l'Arc" which is worth visiting for several reasons. From the village there are magnificent views of Mount Saint-Victoire and the superb surrounding countryside. You will appreciate the picturesque rivers of the Arc and La Cause which cross the territory and meander between the vineyards and fields of wild flowers. Le Tholonet was one of Paul Cézanne's favourite places. Its red soil, grey rock and intense blue sky all complemented by Mount Sainte-Victoire , offer a palette of extraordinary colours. When leaving the village, at the foot of the windmill, you will come across a figure in the image of Paul Cézanne which commemorates the centenary of his birth, and you can later see the barrage built by Francois Zola, father of the famous writer. You can have lunch or dinner at several very pleasant restaurants, complete with lovely gardens and shady terraces that create a very romantic atmosphere. To receive more information about this property and to be put in touch directly with our local agent, Patrick Lalandre, please fill in the form below.