Studio Houses for Sale in Nord, France - £122,728

Nord, North, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, France

Property ID: 41636646

Summary Data

Price £122,728
Price Type
Bedrooms Studio
Bathrooms 0 Bath
Plot Size
Building Size
Sector Residential
Type Houses

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Property Description

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. • Annual rent excluding tax: € 5,818 • Profitability: 4.15% • Manager: DOMIDEP • Articles 605/606: At the expense of the manager • New firm lease: 11 years and 9 months You can opt for the “depreciable LMNP” tax status », Giving right to a tax exemption on rental income. Payment of rents is ensured whether your property is rented or not. Description of the property: - Bedroom with shower room and wc. - The Les Jardins des Sens Ehpad residence is located in the town of Linselles. Neighboring Belgium and belonging to the European Metropolis of Lille, this high standard establishment enjoys a calm and green environment. It has two protected units and a wide choice of services such as balneotherapy, a swimming pool, three therapeutic baths and a dental office. In addition, it offers wellness areas: a hairdressing and beauty salon, a library, a gym and activity rooms. Linselles is a town in the North, in the Hauts-de-France region, 12 km north of Lille. Its territory of 11 km² presents a landscape aspect that is still very green despite the demographic and urban growth linked to that of the Lille metropolis. The village developed in the Middle Ages when in the 14th century, the daughter of the first lord of the place granted the population the right to make sheets. Affected by the Wars of Religion, the long Flemish and then Spanish locality joined the kingdom of France in 1668 under Louis XIV. In the 19th century, the textile industry became even more powerful and Linselles turned out to be a real small town of nearly 5,000 inhabitants. This activity will remain powerful until the year 1960. In the meantime, however, the town paid a heavy price in the First War (the church and the town hall were destroyed). The city now has some 8,400 inhabitants and has successfully reconverted, with new activities replacing agriculture and textile factories. Heritage elements have been preserved. With its leisure offer and its environment, Linselles is a pleasant town in the countryside within the agglomeration. To receive more information about this property and to be put in touch directly with our local agent, Paul Delamotte 07 85 51 21 73 - 01 84 78 46 50, please fill in the form below.

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