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Situated in the direct vicinity of the historic Alte Wache (Old Guardhouse) and not far from the Wüsten Schloss Osterland (Easterland Castle), the residential building in Drosselweg was converted from a former barracks in 2001. With a total of 22 apartments, located on the ground floor, first floor and attic, the building is accessible via three entrances with the house numbers 19, 21 and 23. Its bright facade and renovated balconies provide the property with a well-kept appearance. 2- to 4-room apartments with sizes ranging from approx. 59 to 132 sqm are available for interested capital investors. A classic arrangement of rooms consisting of living room, bedroom, children's room, kitchen and bathroom, characterizes the majority of the units. Some of the 2- and 3-room apartments have an open-plan kitchen. The bathrooms are equipped with a shower and/or a bathtub. Each apartment has a balcony overlooking the communal garden and the green surroundings. For those who want to fulfill their dream of owning their own four walls, the current three vacant apartments offer the opportunity to do so. The apartment building is supplied by a central gas heating system. Purchasing an apartment in Drosselweg is particularly attractive due to the promising yields of 3.5 to 4 %, which characterize the Leipzig area. The good transportation links and the current trend toward suburban locations and surrounding communities add plenty of upside potential to the location.
Welcome to Oschatz in Saxony, the place for people who want to escape the hustle and bustle of the big city and seek the tranquility of a small town. Due to its excellent transport connections including the nearby highway, the cities of Leipzig and Dresden can be reached in a short time. Oschatz itself serves with a charming downtown, which is characterized by small stores and varied gastronomic offerings. Notable amenities such as schools, shopping and hospitals provide residents with everything they need. The O-Park, the Collmberg or the Dahlener Heide are ideal places for recreational trips and sports enthusiasts. Its medieval market square with town hall and church forms the landmark of the town. Further west of the city center, in a rural setting and on the edge of the Oschatz city forest, lies the air base, one of the most historic places in the area. As a former military air force site, the area has been a healthy forest air donor and residential location in an idyllic setting since 2018. Whether it's the 'Alte Wache' (Old Guardhouse), the airmen's hangar, the officers' mess or the desolate Schloss Osterland (Easterland Castle), there's plenty to explore with the cultural monuments for trailblazers and history buffs. Here, where the historical esprit and the green idyll are always omnipresent, life is quiet and full of quality.
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