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Am Rebstock 6 – 14 In solid construction, a total of five apartment buildings Am Rebstock 6 - 14 present themselves in the charming village of Grosskugel, in the municipality of Kabelsketal. Partly arranged as an ensemble, there is room for a total of 39 apartments, which can be reached via a total of five staircases - inviting capital investors to make an attractive investment. 1- to 4-room apartments with sizes ranging from approx. 27 to 85 sqm offer a home for different lifestyles. Showers and bathtubs, up to two WCs and balconies skilfully round off the floor plans. For those who want to enjoy their own space, there are six vacant apartments to choose from, with enough room for their own retreat. A community garden on the property serves as a meeting zone and establishes a green accent. Good to know: Not only the central location between Halle and Leipzig makes the purchase of a property in this region promising. In Kabelsketal, property values have increased by a total of 117.84% over the last 5 years. By national comparison, average yields of 4.55%* make for a promising retirement provision. * Source: regionalstatistik.de meine-erste-immobilie.com /immobilienmarkt/sachsen-anhalt/kabelsketal At a glance: • five apartment houses in massive construction • ground floor to attic • 39 apartments in total • including 6 empty apartments • approx. 27 to 85 sqm • 1 to 4 rooms • showers and bathtubs • up to 2 WCs • balconies • outdoor parking spaces • underground parking spaces
Conveniently located, close to the airport and historic to boot: this is probably the best way to describe Grosskugel in the municipality of Kabelsketal. If you drive from Halle on the federal highway B6 in an easterly direction, you will pass through this charming district, which is home to about 2,380 inhabitants. Grosskugel is located about 26 kilometers southeast of Halle/Saale, between Halle and Schkeuditz to be more exact, and a 12-minute drive from Leipzig/Halle Airport. Originally purely agricultural, the two large cities opened up new opportunities for the inhabitants of the former village to earn money thanks to the establishment of the Halle - Leipzig train connection in the 1940s. In recent years, the region has been able to look back on major settlement successes in the automotive and supplier industries, as well as in logistics and chemicals. World-renowned companies, such as Porsche, BMW, DHL or Dell have settled here. This also lends Grosskugel its hub character, as a place in the midst of industry and commerce. An unmistakable eye-catcher in Grosskugel is St. Martin's Church with its brickwork and high west tower. In the center of the village rises a small hill on which the church stands. It was built of natural stone and bore the name of St. Moritz until 1817. In the southern end of the village you can find the historical stone cross Russenstein, a crucifix made of sandstone dating back to the 15th century. A volunteer fire department, a library and an active sports club, the Sportgemeinschaft Großkugel e.V., characterize the Saxon district. The nearest S-Bahn station is 11 minutes away by car and is located in the center of Kabelsketal. The community is growing and growing. New single-family homes are being built and there is also a lot of construction going on here and in the surrounding area. In addition to restaurants and an ice cream parlor, the village center offers direct access to Halle (Saale) and Leipzig via the B6 highway. With dozens of places to go out, with culinary adventures, as well as art and culture, both cities provide a distinctive leisure program.
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