REDUCED in price - This is a lovely 5-room apartment in the city centre of Beauvais, it is located on the 1st floor of a secure condominium in the heart of Beauvais. It is close to all amenities: shops, schools, public transport, etc.
Characteristics Living space: 95 m² 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom with bathtub and shower, 1 equipped kitchen with pantry, 1 balcony, Double glazing with electric roller shutter.
The apartment is decorated with taste and refinement.
The rooms are spacious and bright.
The kitchen is equipped with all the necessary items for cooking comfortably.
The pantry offers additional storage space.
The bathroom is modern and functional.
The balcony offers a clear view of a parkland gardens.
The entrance to the apartment opens onto the double living room which opens onto the fitted kitchen with pantry, a bedroom and the corridor with cupboards which serves 2 bedrooms, the toilets and the bathroom bathrooms.
The kitchen opens onto the double living room, which offers plenty of light thanks to its large windows.
The living room is ideal for receiving guests or relaxing with family.
The apartment also has a balcony, which offers a clear view of a park.
The balcony is ideal for enjoying the sun or having a coffee on the terrace.
This apartment is ideal for a family or a couple who wants to live in the city centre.
It is decorated with taste and refinement, and it has all the necessary amenities to live comfortably.
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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