Commercial unit - showroom in a strategic location in East Tyrol - Austria

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PropNo6300-TT-40
Type of useCommercial
Type of commercializationPurchase
Type of propertyHalls/Warehouse/Production
Kind of propertyExhibition area
Postcode9920
CitySillian
Latitude46.74730
Longitude12.41800
CountryAustria
External commission4,88%
Currency
Commission noticeThe buyer pays 4.88% of the notarised purchase price, due on signing the purchase contract
PropNo6300-TT-40 Type of useCommercial
Type of commercializationPurchase Type of propertyHalls/Warehouse/Production
Kind of propertyExhibition area Postcode9920
CitySillian Latitude46.74730
Longitude12.41800 CountryAustria
External commission4,88% Currency
Commission noticeThe buyer pays 4.88% of the notarised purchase price, due on signing the purchase contract
Property description Commercial unit - showroom in a strategic location in East Tyrol - Austria

Commercial property, mixed building area, built on 70% with a floor area of approx. 1,242 m2. The showroom building including storage areas was built in 2007.

Retail area according to building permit: approx. 375 m2
Warehouse area according to building permit: approx. 517 m2

Further information after receipt of a written expression of interest including confirmation of creditworthiness and countersignature of an NDA.
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Location: Sillian is a picturesque market town in the district of Lienz in the Austrian province of Tyrol, specifically in the East Tyrol region. It is located in close proximity to the border with Italy, which gives it a special strategic and cultural significance.

Geographical location and landscape
Sillian is located in the Pustertal, one of the most important valleys in the Alps, which stretches from west to east. The municipality lies at an altitude of around 1,103 meters above sea level and is surrounded by the majestic mountains of the Dolomites and the Carnic Alps. This impressive landscape not only offers a spectacular backdrop, but also numerous opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, climbing and skiing.

Historical significance
The history of Sillian is closely linked to its location on the border with Italy. The Pustertal valley has been an important trade route since Roman times. In the Middle Ages, Sillian was an important hub for travelers and traders crossing the Alps. During the two world wars, the region played a strategic role and the border with Italy was a contested area. Today, various historical sites and monuments remind us of this turbulent past.

Cultural and economic importance
The proximity to Italy has had a strong cultural influence on Sillian. There are many influences from Italian culture, which are reflected in the architecture, cuisine and local traditions. This cultural mix makes Sillian a special place that harmoniously combines Austrian and Italian elements.

Economically, Sillian is mainly characterized by tourism. The idyllic location and rich cultural history attract many visitors every year. In addition to tourism, agriculture also plays an important role in the local economy. Traditional mountain farms characterize the landscape and contribute to the preservation of the cultural landscape.

Sights and leisure activities
There are numerous sights and leisure activities in Sillian. Heinfels Castle, an imposing castle dating back to the 13th century, is a popular excursion destination and offers an impressive view over the valley. The Sillian parish church with its artistic frescoes and the historic old town invite you to take a cultural stroll.

For nature lovers, the surrounding mountains and valleys offer numerous hiking and cycling trails. In winter, Sillian transforms into a popular winter sports destination with well-groomed pistes and cross-country ski trails. The Hochpustertal ski area offers ideal conditions for skiers and snowboarders.

Transport links and infrastructure
Sillian has good transport connections. The Drautalstraße (B100) connects the municipality directly with Lienz and other important towns in the region. Sillian train station offers regular train connections linking the municipality with larger towns in Austria and Italy.
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Others: We generally recommend having the building law situation checked by a specialist lawyer. All details are based exclusively on information provided to us by clients. Our company accepts no liability for the completeness, accuracy and currency of this information. Subject to errors and prior sale. Delivery by arrangement. Taxes, notary and land registry costs incurred on purchase are to be borne by the buyer. We would like to point out that in the event of success, our activity will result in a brokerage and / or verification commission. The commission on sale is 4.00% plus statutory VAT.

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