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Oldenburg

Development / Construction of 2 Single Family Homes in

the city of Oldenburg:

- Business Summary: Attractive building plots for the size of 360 m² and 361 m² with approved building application for 2 detached houses. The houses to be built by the buyer have a floor space of around 145 m². We will gladly send you further application documents upon request! The plots are within the scope of a legally binding development plan, which contains the following stipulations: a). Classification: Pure residential area (WR2) b). Number of floor spaces (GRZ): c). Floor area index (GFZ): 0.4 d). Ridge height: max. 8 meters Permitted is an open, 1-storey construction (developed attic is basically possible). There are paved roads as well as the relevant supply and disposal lines (gas, water, electricity and sewage) at the development facilities. The properties described here are located in the western district of Oldenburg- Eversten in a very good residential area with a quiet residential environment. The area is characterized by some very attractive family homes, but also by high- quality apartment buildings. The distance to the city center of Oldenburg (market square) is only about 2 km (as the crow flies). All relevant shopping facilities, doctors, dentists, pharmacy, various types of schools, the Carl von Ossietzky University, recreational and recreational facilities, etc., and a bus stop of the Transport and Water GmbH (VWG) are within easy reach. Viewing appointments: For organizational reasons, we will arrange desired viewing appointments by telephone only. The land can be taken on short notice or by agreement by the buyer.

Oldenburg

The present-day university town was formerly the capital city of the county, the Duchy, the Grand Duchy, the Free State and the state of Oldenburg. With over 160,000 inhabitants (168,078 according to the register of migrants [3]) it is next to the similar sized Osnabrück and the larger cities of Hanover and Brunswick to the four largest cities in Lower Saxony. Oldenburg is one of the regional centers of Lower Saxony and was until the dissolution of the Lower Saxony administrative districts on December 31, 2004, the seat of the administrative district Weser-Ems. From 2005 to 2013 Oldenburg was the seat of a government agency of the state of Lower Saxony, which was replaced in 2014 by a regional representative for the Weser- Ems area.
© EMB Construction Company, LLC

Oldenburg

Development / Construction of 2 Single Family

Homes in the city of Oldenburg:

- Business Summary: Attractive building plots for the size of 360 m² and 361 m² with approved building application for 2 detached houses. The houses to be built by the buyer have a floor space of around 145 m². We will gladly send you further application documents upon request! The plots are within the scope of a legally binding development plan, which contains the following stipulations: a). Classification: Pure residential area (WR2) b). Number of floor spaces (GRZ): c). Floor area index (GFZ): 0.4 d). Ridge height: max. 8 meters Permitted is an open, 1-storey construction (developed attic is basically possible). There are paved roads as well as the relevant supply and disposal lines (gas, water, electricity and sewage) at the development facilities. The properties described here are located in the western district of Oldenburg-Eversten in a very good residential area with a quiet residential environment. The area is characterized by some very attractive family homes, but also by high-quality apartment buildings. The distance to the city center of Oldenburg (market square) is only about 2 km (as the crow flies). All relevant shopping facilities, doctors, dentists, pharmacy, various types of schools, the Carl von Ossietzky University, recreational and recreational facilities, etc., and a bus stop of the Transport and Water GmbH (VWG) are within easy reach. Viewing appointments: For organizational reasons, we will arrange desired viewing appointments by telephone only. The land can be taken on short notice or by agreement by the buyer.

Oldenburg

The present-day university town was formerly the capital city of the county, the Duchy, the Grand Duchy, the Free State and the state of Oldenburg. With over 160,000 inhabitants (168,078 according to the register of migrants [3]) it is next to the similar sized Osnabrück and the larger cities of Hanover and Brunswick to the four largest cities in Lower Saxony. Oldenburg is one of the regional centers of Lower Saxony and was until the dissolution of the Lower Saxony administrative districts on December 31, 2004, the seat of the administrative district Weser-Ems. From 2005 to 2013 Oldenburg was the seat of a government agency of the state of Lower Saxony, which was replaced in 2014 by a regional representative for the Weser-Ems area.