Special investors in search of security and profitability - studio rented furniture located in Limoges, Haute-Vienne, Nouvelle Aquitaine
€81,000 [convert]

21m2

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Key Features

Property Type: Apartment
Bathrooms: 1
WCs: 1
France Property Shop ID: 563454
Reference: 7501189985

Property Description

Become the owner of a studio sold rented and furnished, on the 1st floor, comprising: entrance, living room with kitchenette, bathroom with wc. Located in the Appart'City Limoges residence on the banks of the Vienne, 5 minutes from the center of Limoges as well as close to the train station and the A20 motorway. The establishment offers a panoramic view of Vienna, it is a few steps from the historic center. You will be able to opt for the taxable status “depreciable LMNP”, giving right to an exemption from tax on the rental income. The payment of rents ensures that your property is rented or not. The apartment is rented to the Appart 'City manager: € 4,231.08 / year, representing a profitability of 5.22%. Make a rental investment turnkey, without management concerns, the ideal product to prepare for the future and build real estate with a secure profitability. Limoges is a city in southwest-central France. It's known for its decorated porcelain, much of which is on display at the Musée National Adrien Dubouché. In the historic center, medieval timber-frame houses line Rue de la Boucherie. Set in the former Episcopal Palace, the Musée des Beaux-Arts showcases the history of the city's medieval enamel. The Gothic Cathédrale St-Étienne de Limoges took 6 centuries to complete. Porcelain connoisseurs will already be familiar with the legendary name of Limoges. For more than 200 years, the city has thrived as the top producer of excellent hard-paste porcelain (china) in France. Several factories continue to make ‘limoges' and stunning examples fill city museums and galleries. Limoges is on the site of the 10 BC Roman city Augustoritum, which took advantage of this strategic position on the River Vienne. The modern-day centre is compact and easy to explore: historic buildings and museums cluster in the medieval Cité quarter, alongside the river, and the partly pedestrianised Château quarter, just to the west. If you come by train you'll be arriving in style at the city's grand art deco Gare des Bénédictins. To receive more information about this property and to be put in touch directly with our local agent, Paul Delamotte, please fill in the form below.


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