Yield building

IA-271

IA-271

Moutier

CHF 7'090'000

New yield building, sunny with 20 apartments

Yield: net 4.78% / gross 5.39%
Nestled in the heart of the Jura, between 500 and 1160 meters above sea level (CFF station 529 m), Moutier is a city ​​where the inhabitants still know how to take the time to live, stop and savor a unique moment! A discreet, calm corner of the country, in a particular setting, a little steep, wild in places and breathtakingly beautiful at times.
The Jura massif is around 750 kilometers long, while the Swiss Jura (from Dôle to Regensberg) stretches over 216 kilometers and represents 10% of the area of ​​Switzerland.
Le Raimeux (highest point at 1302 m), Golats, Montagne de Moutier, Moron, Mont Girod, Graitery and a little further on Maljon are the natural limits of the town, which is located at the intersection of 'a syncline (Petit-Val and Grand-Val) and two locks (gorges de Court and gorges de Moutier).
The gorges of Moutier, crossed by the Birse, are recognized as a geological site of European importance. They offer one of the most typical faces of the pleated Jura. A curled limestone carpet where we can observe folds torn by rivers and jagged ridges, as for example at the entrance to the Moutier lock. There is the Raimeux ridge, on which climbing is practiced. As for the Raimeux forest, the authorities of the canton of Bern consider it a nature reserve to be protected.
The natural sites of the Provost region offer a thousand possibilities for nature lovers in general, and sportsmen in particular. The rocky ridges of the gorges are known the world over to rock-climbing enthusiasts, and take-off sites for free flight are gaining a reputation. Walking and mountain biking are some of the activities that can be practiced in a rich and varied nature, magnificent in every season.

Yield: net 4.78% / gross 5.39%
Nestled in the heart of the Jura, between 500 and 1160 meters above sea level (CFF station 529 m), Moutier is a city ​​where the inhabitants still know how to take the time to live, stop and savor a unique moment! A discreet, calm corner of the country, in a particular setting, a little steep, wild in places and breathtakingly beautiful at times.
The Jura massif is around 750 kilometers long, while the Swiss Jura (from Dôle to Regensberg) stretches over 216 kilometers and represents 10% of the area of ​​Switzerland.
Le Raimeux (highest point at 1302 m), Golats, Montagne de Moutier, Moron, Mont Girod, Graitery and a little further on Maljon are the natural limits of the town, which is located at the intersection of 'a syncline (Petit-Val and Grand-Val) and two locks (gorges de Court and gorges de Moutier).
The gorges of Moutier, crossed by the Birse, are recognized as a geological site of European importance. They offer one of the most typical faces of the pleated Jura. A curled limestone carpet where we can observe folds torn by rivers and jagged ridges, as for example at the entrance to the Moutier lock. There is the Raimeux ridge, on which climbing is practiced. As for the Raimeux forest, the authorities of the canton of Bern consider it a nature reserve to be protected.
The natural sites of the Provost region offer a thousand possibilities for nature lovers in general, and sportsmen in particular. The rocky ridges of the gorges are known the world over to rock-climbing enthusiasts, and take-off sites for free flight are gaining a reputation. Walking and mountain biking are some of the activities that can be practiced in a rich and varied nature, magnificent in every season.

Living space
-
Available surface
-
Parcel
4'402m2
Rooms
0
Bathrooms
0
Floors
0

Situation

DESCRIPTION of the BUILDING

1. GENERAL

1.1 Description of the project
Construction of a building in two parts with a distribution of
20 apartments between the two buildings and a lift accessible to the disabled and people with reduced mobility.

1.2 Location
Chemin du Coteau
2740 Moutier

1.3 Land
Plot no 516 4'402 m2

2 INTERIOR FINISH

2.1 Basement

Car park
Rough concrete floor sloping trowel and bituminous coating
Rough concrete walls, rough bricks and rough concrete columns
Rough concrete ceilings and technical passages

Cellars
Rough concrete floor float, rough concrete walls or rough bricks, rough concrete ceilings

Technical area
Raw concrete floor float, raw concrete walls or rough bricks, raw concrete ceilings

Local concierge
Raw concrete floor float with paint, raw concrete walls or rough bricks with paint, raw concrete ceilings with paint

2.2 Commons

Common distributions (access to apartments, stairs and lift)
Concrete floor covering (slabs, pavements or others), metal facade walls, raw concrete ceiling

2.3 Standard apartments A / B / C / D

Living rooms and dining rooms
Tiled or PVC floor covering, 1.5 mm white ribage walls, white film coated ceiling

Kitchens
Tiled or PVC floor covering, 1.5 mm white ribage walls, ceiling White film coating

Distributions
Tiled or PVC floor covering, 1.5 mm white ribage walls, white film coated ceiling

Bedrooms
Laminate parquet flooring, 1.5 mm white ribage walls, white film coated ceiling

Entrances
Tiled or PVC floor covering, 1.5 mm white ribage walls, white film coated ceiling

Stewardship
Tiled or PVC floor covering, 1.5 mm white ribage walls, white film coated ceiling

Bathrooms
Tiled floor, tiled walls, white film coated ceiling

Terraces
Garden slabs laid on cleats, metal facade walls, raw concrete ceiling

3 CLEANING

A complete cleaning at the end of the work is planned

4 EXTERIOR LAYOUT

Construction of visible raw concrete walls including barriers throughout the housing estate.
Placing topsoil and sodding.
Feet of facades against the ground protected by balls.
Enclosed access to the underground garage and floor markings.
Playground and various facilities available to the residence.
Development of outdoor parking spaces for the building next to plots no. 1344 and 3317 and visitor spaces for the residence.

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