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New residential complexes on the southern shore of Lake Geneva

New residential complexes in French resort cities on the shores of Lake Geneva are luxury real estate in France. The selected residential complexes are located in famous balneological resorts in Franc...

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New residential complexes in French resort cities on the shores of Lake Geneva are luxury real estate in France. The selected residential complexes are located in famous balneological resorts in France, such as Evian-les-Bains, a popular venue for international conferences, and Amphion-les-Benms, a city with direct access to Lake Geneva and the magnificent forest, or to Divonne-les-Bains, literally 15 km from Geneva. These new apartments in Francis with terraces will delight owners with panoramic views of Lake Geneva, the Alps, the Chablais and Mont Blanc mountains. The houses are located in green suburbs surrounded by parks, forests, mountains, near lakes. In these places you can endlessly enjoy the clean mountain air, long walks, and, of course, the presence of thermal spa resorts with mineral waters in the immediate vicinity of your own home in France. And this is only a small part of the advantages of real estate in the presented French new buildings.
Competent and modern building designs imply the presence of a private territory near the complexes, and apartment layouts include spacious view terraces or gardens. The apartments will be rented in modernly equipped with first-class quality finishes. It is profitable to purchase real estate under construction in France, and real estate surrounded by nature is definitely a current trend, which means a profitable and timely investment.

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Irina Artemova
Irina Artemova
30 November
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