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Massive multi home property with pub

£25,000 (€29,036) Reference: 1891704
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Very large historic village centre property for sale, Germany. Note this property is less than 10 Mins to Nordhausen, urban centre of North Thuringia. In Nordhausen you will find hotels, summer gardens, supermarkets, car hire, builders merchants, car showrooms and an excellent specialist hospital, one of the best in Europe. You will also find a theatre, educational college and many major producers of global products.

In the ever popular Thuringia, as well as being close to Nordhausen, the 6th largest city in Saxony, you are only 37 Miles to Erfurt and of course its airport.

Looks can be deceiving, this property has a floor area of 394 Square Metres or 4240 Square Foot. There is a courtyard and outbuildings as well.

The property consists of 3 apartments, there is also a substantial former dance hall. There is an entrance to the front, with gates at both sides of the rear. The property was built in 1895, the property has partial double glazing.

Offered at an excellent price, and is freehold as always with our properties.

 

Summary

  • Property Type: House / Villa
  • Listing status: Active
  • Bedrooms: 8
  • Agent Property Ref: 53606633
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Build Size: 394 Sqm
  • Plot Size: 800 Sqm
  • Parking: 2 Cars
  • Parking type: Off street
  • Price: £25,000 / €29,036

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Map

Address: Lange G. 57, 99734 Nordhausen, Germany
Postal / Zip Code: 99734
Latitude / Longitude: 51.4829923 / 10.8422967

Map locations are approximate and show the general area of the property.

Local Area Information

Nordhausen is a Kreis (district) in the north of Thuringia, Germany. Neighboring districts are (from the north clockwise): Harz and Mansfeld-Südharz in Saxony-Anhalt; Kyffhäuserkreis and Eichsfeld in Thuringia; and Göttingen and Goslar in Lower Saxony.

Nordhausen, city, Thuringia Land (state), central Germany. It lies on the Zorge River, at the southern slopes of the Harz Mountains, in the fertile lowland known as the Goldene Aue (“Golden Meadow”). First mentioned in 927 as the site of a royal castle near the older Frankish settlement of Northusen (Nordhusa), it was made a free imperial city in 1290 and accepted the Protestant Reformation in 1522. It lost its independence in 1802, when it was annexed by Prussia, forming part of Prussian Saxony until 1945 (except for the period 1807–13, when it was Westphalian). In 1950 it incorporated the neighbouring villages of Salza and Krimderode. Industries include brewing, distilling, and the manufacture of chewing tobacco, machinery, tools, and transport equipment. A narrow-gauge railway connects the city to other tourist destinations in the Harz Mountains. Although Nordhausen suffered heavy air attacks during World War II, some historic buildings survive, including the 17th-century city hall with the oaken statue of Roland (1717), a symbol of civic liberty; the late Gothic cathedral, with a Romanesque crypt; and the 13th-century church of St. Blasius, which contains works by Lucas Cranach the Elder and Lucas Cranach the Younger. The city has a civic museum, a technical college, and a theatre. Pop. (2003 est.) 44,311.
  
  
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