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Agde, historic center, near Les Halles, voluntary co-ownership, a fully furnished apartment on the 1st floor with kitchen open to living room, two bedrooms, a bathroom with toilet. It's ideal for a first acquisition, with this totally furnished apartment! Read more ...
Between the sea and the mountains, in the historic centre of the town of Agde, close to Les Halles to do your shopping, this voluntary co-ownership of 4 flats offers you, on the first floor, a 38 m2 fully furnished flat.
DISTRIBUTION: entrance into the fitted kitchen open into the living room, 2 bedrooms, 1 with wardrobe storage, shower room with window, Italian shower and WC.
Property Taxes 2019: 554 euros for the year. Co-ownership charges: 640 euros for the year. The property was renovated in February 2020.
Close to the coastal river L'Hérault, a cycle path allows for beautiful walks and bike rides. The beach of Grau d'Agde is only 5 kilometres away on foot, by bike or by public transport. All the shops are within easy reach, as well as restaurants, bistros and ice cream parlours.
With all the furniture in place, no expense to be expected. Take only your personal belongings and settle in. Small budget to live year-round, invest or for seasonal rentals. Don't let this bargain go by!
The town of Agde benefits from a remarkable natural heritage. A diversity of landscapes which makes all the richness and singularity of the city of Agathé Tyché.
Situated at the mouth of the fleuve Hérault, between the Mediterranean Sea and the Canal du Midi, it offers 14 km of fine sandy beaches, one of which, unique in the Mediterranean, is black sand giving way to the foot of the Conque lava cliffs, remnants of volcanic activity... The underwater trail allows you to discover all the wealth of fauna and flora hidden in its depths.
On the right bank of the river, opposite the fishing village of Grau d'Agde, the Tamarissiere, which owes its name to a tamarisk plantation. The pine forest along the beach was planted in 1782, in order to fight against the silting up of the river, more than 2 centuries ago! Just behind it, a green lung of 600 hectares of natural area rich in natural and plant species.
At the other end of the commune is the Bagnas Nature Reserve and its 600 hectares are home to more than 240 species of birds.
Finally, dominating the municipal territory, the Mont Saint-Loup, and next to it the Mont Saint-Martin, are today part of the "Green Belt", developed in the heart of the Agathois Archipelago. Formed by a volcanic eruption 740,000 years ago, Mont Saint-Loup offers, from the top of its 113 metres, a superb panorama of the town, the coast and the Etang de Thau.
DPE : The energy estimation cannot be produced owing to a lack of appropriate data that conforms to the "arrêté du 15 septembre 2006 relatif au DPE".