REDUCED in price - Located in the heart of the charming town of Beauvais, this 3-room apartment offers a pleasant living environment. With a private parking space, a cellar, a fitted and equipped kitchen, as well as many other amenities, this residence offers you comfortable living with its elevator.
Central location: This apartment is ideally located in the city centre of Beauvais, allowing you to enjoy all nearby amenities, including the SNCF train station. Two bedrooms with closet: Two bedrooms equipped with built-in closets provide generous storage space.
Fitted and equipped kitchen: The kitchen is ready to use with equipment.
Entrance: A welcoming entrance space with storage, a modern bathroom and separate toilet add to the functionality of this apartment.
Laundry room, bathroom and separate toilet: A practical laundry room offers you space for washing machines, a bathroom and separate toilet add to the functionality of this apartment.
Elevator: Easily access your apartment thanks to the elevator, ideal for your daily comfort.
Electric roller shutters: Electric roller shutters facilitate the management of light and privacy.
Surface area: 59.72m²
Private parking space: Yes
Heating: individual electric.
Monthly charges: 92 Euro.
This apartment is a rare opportunity on the Beauvais real estate market, offering an urban lifestyle close to green spaces.
The Region of Picardy - or Picardie as it is written in French - consists of three departments, the Oise (60), capital Beauvais, the Aisne (02) capital Laon, and the Somme (80), whose capital Amiens, is also the regional capital.
Lying in the historic centre of action of western Europe, in the triangle between Paris, Amsterdam and London, Picardy is an area with a very rich history. It was in this part of France that were fought some of the most famous battles of French and European history, notably the battle of Crécy, and the battle of the Somme.
And in the course of the last thousand years, areas that are now part of modern region of Picardy have been ruled over at different times by the English, the Habsburgs, the Spanish and the French.
In past centuries, the region was relatively prosperous; its productive farmlands, including a large expanse of flat or relatively flat land, created wealth in local towns and cities, a wealth now reflected in the many fine gothic churches and cathedrals of the region.
As for the northern part of the region, including the departments of the Somme and most of the Aisne, these areas are largely agricultural. This gives way to nice villages dotted around the countryside and some very nice locations for both holiday homes in rural settings and property closer to the towns for full-time living.
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