Rte de Condémine Est 12
1871 Choëx, Valais

Surface living
235 sqm

Renovation year
2010

Rooms

Terrain surface
1016 sqm

Availability
Now

CHF 950'000.-
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1871 Choëx, Valais

Rte de Condémine Est 12

David Damiano
David Damiano

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Surface living
235 sqm

Rooms

Bathrooms
2

Terrain surface
1016 sqm

Renovation year
2010

Availability
Now

Selling price
CHF 950'000.-
3 garage spaces
included
6 external parking spaces
included

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Property information

  • 15 m2 terrace
  • 49 m2 workshop
  • 1120 m3 home volume
  • 1016 m2 plot
  • 3 garage spaces
  • 6 external parking spaces
  • 5 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Exposition West
  • Fuel oil heating
  • Construction 2001

Detailed features

    • Bedroom with a walk-in closet
    • Bathrooms with windows
    • Open kitchen
    • Cellar
    • Fridge
    • Freezer
    • Dishwasher
    • Induction hobs
    • Oven
    • Washing machine
    • Oil heating
    • Floor heating
    • Double glazing
    • Covered terrace
    • Electrical terrasse awning
    • Garden storage area
    • Automatic sprinklers
    • Outdoor parking spaces
    • Garage with direct access to the house
    • Partial lake view
    • Mountain view
    • Quiet and sunny location
    • Nice exposure
    • Very quiet location
    • bright living ambience
    • Large south bay window
    • Family and child-friendly

Financial elements

Considering the displayed sale price

Cash required
Purchase price
950'000 CHF
Total purchase price
950'000 CHF
Mortgage debt (80%)
760'000 CHF
Minimum cash required (20%)
190'000 CHF
Purchase costs (3.00%)
28'500 CHF
Total cash required
218'500 CHF
Monthly expenses

Interests
506 CHF (1)

Expenses
160 CHF

(1) taking into account a maximal debt mortgage (80% of the purchase price) and a 10-year fixed interest rate currently negotiated on the market (with a quality financial rating)

Minimal required revenue (2)

165'300 CHF

(2) amount based on a maximum mortgage debt (80% of the purchase price) and standard bank calculations