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The two-family house for sale was massively built in 2007 on an approx. 545 m² property. The two apartments each have separate entrances and can be reached via a generous staircase.
The larger of the two apartments is distributed over the ground floor and basement. On a surface of approx. 192.5 m² you can expect the bright kitchen, the daylight bathroom with tub and shower as well as a guest toilet. The bright living/dining room offers access to the balcony, which is more than generous with an area of approx. 60 m². From here you can enjoy a wonderful view of the fields. Two bedrooms and a dressing room round off the layout skilfully.
In the upper floor you reach the second approx. 98 m ² large apartment. Here you also expect a bathroom with tub and shower as well as a guest toilet. The kitchen borders directly on the spacious living/dining area with access to the balcony and the roof top. An advantageously cut bedroom completes this apartment.
In the basement two additional cellar rooms offer additional storage space.
On the same property there is a massive garage with basement and space for two PKW´s.
An agent's commission in the amount of 3.57 % of the purchase price incl. legally applicable VAT of 19% is due upon conclusion of a notarised purchase agreement.
The Energy Performance Certificate is currently being issued and will be available soon.
Germany's oldest town, bishop's and university town, wine centre on the Moselle - Trier can shine with several titles at once, but only those who have really been there once understand that the town is really something very special. Founded by the Romans, the city in the heart of Europe looks back on 2,000 years of history. Important architectural monuments such as the Porta Nigra, the Kaiserthermen, the Amphitheater or the Roman bridge over the Moselle are witnesses of the eventful past and attract visitors from all over the world. The cityscape of Trier is marked like an open-air museum of European architecture in which buildings from Roman times, Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and Classicism fit together. The Moselle flows from south to north through the centre of Trier and the surrounding countryside is characterised by lush vineyards, forests and wide fields. The mild climate and the excellent soil favour the world-famous wines of Trier, which represent an important economic factor. In addition to numerous green spaces, there is plenty of green space to relax and unwind in the city's Nells Park or the centrally located Palastgarten. This is also appreciated by the approximately 22,000 students of the university, art academy as well as technical colleges and universities of Trier, who make up almost a quarter of the city's population and fill the city with creative spirit and pulsating life. Innumerable sports and leisure facilities complement the lively club life and the well-developed infrastructure ensures short travel distances and city supplies. Annually recurring events such as the Trier Carnival, the wine market, the Old Town Festival or the Christmas market and circus, as well as a number of nightlife opportunities, round off the Trier city retreat.
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