Charming country house for life annuity

CH-1147 Montricher

CHF 530'000.-
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Characteristics
Description
Conveniences
Situation

Characteristics

Characteristics

Category
Single family house
Reference
#4986884
No.of floors
1
Number of rooms
5
Number of bedrooms
2
No.of flats
1
Number of bathrooms
2
Living area
111 m²
Surface of parcel
381 m²
Terrace surface
20 m²
Year of construction
1880
Last renovations
1996
Heating system
Electricity, Pellets
Domestic water heating system
Electricity
Heating installation
Electric storage heater
Availability
No info
Life estate
Yes, busy

Description

Description

For nature lovers, this 4-room house is located in a rural setting, just a stone's throw from the forest and Mont-Tendre.
The 111 m2 of living space is distributed as follows:
GROUND FLOOR
- Entrance hall
- Kitchen - Dining room
- Living room
- 2nd living room leading to bedroom
1st floor
- Bedroom
- Bathroom - WC
- Large living room - library
A plot of 381 m2 and a 2nd plot of 1'267 m2 in an agricultural zone. The total is less than 2,500 m2, i.e. outside the LDFR.
- 4 parking spaces
- 1 garden shed and a beautiful ornamental garden
Occupied life annuity sale . F. 74
Market value : CHF.840'000
Bouquet (single payment) : CHF.530'000 - no annuity

Conveniences

Conveniences

Neighbourhood
Village
Green
Park
Mountains
Outside conveniences
Terrace/s
Greenery
Shed
Equipment
Fitted kitchen
Floor
Tiles
Parquet floor
Condition
To be refurbished
View
Clear
Rural
Garden
Forest
Mountains

Location

CH-1147 Montricher

Municipality

Montricher, a pretty little village at the foot of the Jura, can be recognized by the round tower of its church. From here, you can follow one of the many signposted hiking trails, including the one leading to Mont-Tendre, the highest peak in the Swiss Jura. A village of 986 inhabitants, situated on a hill at the foot of the Jura, Montricher is away from the main roads and enjoys a certain tranquillity.
There are, of course, many walks to be enjoyed. Pedestrian tourism has marked out numerous itineraries that take hikers to Mont-Tendre, the highest peak in the Swiss Jura, where you can eat at the Buvette du Mont-Tendre, open from May to September.
Other walks take you to Rizel or Châtel. For the less sporty, a stroll through the village reveals the magnificent church, with its round tower, unique in the Canton. Originally, it was probably the chapel of the castle, which explains the thickness of the walls (1.80 m.) of the bell tower and the presence of loopholes and watch windows. The view from the church over the plain, the Alps and the lake is magnificent