Property Description ID:41601694
Make a rental investment, without management worries, the ideal product to prepare for the future and build up real estate assets with a secure profitability. a€;¢ Annual rent excluding tax: a‚¬ 5,938 / year a€;¢ Profitability: 4.73%. a€;¢ Manager: NEMEA You can opt for the a€;œdepreciable LMNPa€; tax status, giving the right to a tax exemption on rental income. Payment of rents is ensured whether your property is rented or not. Description of the property: - Apartment T3 located on the ground floor, comprising a living room-kitchen, a bedroom with cupboard, cabin, a bathroom, WC and a private terrace. - The Nemea Les Grands Rochers residence is located in Olonne-sur-Mer, a 15-minute drive from Les Sables-d'Olonne and 12 km from the Olonne zoo. This 3 star residence offers an indoor swimming pool, as well as an outdoor swimming pool with a paddling pool and slides. Olonne-sur-Mer is a former commune in the VendÃ©e department in the Pays de la Loire region in western France. On 1 January 2019, it was merged into the commune Les Sables-d'Olonne. It is home to the basketball team Pays des Olonnes Basket, which plays its home games at the Salle BeausÃ©jour. Situated on the LumiÃ¨re coast (Coast of Light), the seaside resort of Les Sables-d'Olonne is a renowned destination presenting numerous attractions: a bustling seafront promenade lined with shops and cafÃ©s, a beautiful 3-kilometre long sandy beach that is very popular with summer tourists, a large marina, numerous events and sports activities, a casino and a thalassotherapy centre. Every four years, the seaside resort of Les Sables-d'Olonne hosts the departure of the VendÃ©e Globe, the famous single-handed, round-the-world yacht race sailed non-stop and without assistance. Founded in 1218 by Savary de MaulÃ©on, prince of Talmondais, the city knows a commercial development under the impulse of Louis XI and his Councilor Philippe de Commines, thanks to which is created the 1st port (trade of the wine, the salt, the cereals). In the 17th century, it reached its peak with the cod fishery on the banks of Newfoundland. More than 80 boats leave each year for cod fishing. Shipbuilding yards are flourishing. Buildings or monuments are built like the Notre-Dame de Bon Port church, listed as a historical monument. This maritime tradition still continues today, Les Sables-d'Olonne is a city with 3 ports fishing, trade and pleasure. The folk group "Nouch" through its dances and songs recounts this particular story, the district of La Chaume with its fishermen's houses, its quays, the jetties, the lighthouses, the Priory Saint-Nicolas testifies of this past turned towards the sea. An association "La Grande BordÃ©e" regularly revives the tradition of seafarers with a festive animation on a weekend: folk costumes, old trades, sea songs, parade of old rigging in the channel... Served by the TGV all year, Les Sables-d'Olonne promotes weekend tourism: want to relax at the thalassotherapy center, to walk in the great outdoors on the beach, to visit an exhibition at the museum of the Abbey Sainte Croix, to attend a show, to have a meal in one of the city's seafood restaurants Everything is possible: hotels, bed and breakfasts, campsites, residences wait for the customers to make them take advantage of Sables-d'Olonne from another angle. The beach is the irresistible asset in high season for relaxation, well-being, games with a gentle slope, safe for children. A few steps from the beach, an exceptional environment composed of marshes, forest, wild coast allows those who wish to walk or hike on foot, bike or horse! For leisure, water sports, sailing but also a wide range of activities are offered to visitors: golf, karting, yoga, horseback riding, canoeing, parachute jumping, diving... Winter, spring and autumn light to discover side beach, port side or cornices and wild coasts nearby! 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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