Become the owner of a rented and furnished accommodation, on the ground floor, a type T1 apartment, comprising: a hall with kitchenette, a bathroom with WC, a living room with closet. Zenitude Hotel - Residences Les Hauts d'Annecy is located in Seynod, 2 km from the center of Annecy and 3 km from the lake. It offers studios and apartments with contemporary decor, a 24-hour reception and free Wi-Fi in all accommodation. You will be able to opt for the tax status "depreciable LMNP", giving right to an exemption from tax on the rental income. The payment of rents ensures that your property is rented or not. The apartment is rented to the Zenitudel manager: €; 3754.2 / year, representing a profitability of 5.52%. Make a rental investment turnkey, without management concerns, the ideal product to prepare for the future and build real estate with a secure profitability. Annecy is an alpine town in southeastern France, where Lake Annecy feeds into the Thiou River. It's known for its Vieille Ville (old town), with cobbled streets, winding canals and pastel-colored houses. Overlooking the city, the medieval Chateau d'Annecy, once home to the Counts of Geneva, contains a museum with regional artifacts such as Alpine furniture and religious art, plus a natural history exhibit. Tucked away in southeastern France, Annecy sits at the tip of the picturesque Lake Annecy and overlooks snow-capped mountains. The pristine Lac d'Annecy, one of the largest lakes in France, sits among snow-capped mountains and is known as the cleanest lake in Europe. For the more aquatically inclined, Lake Annecy has options like paddleboarding with the ex-captain and coach of the French wakeboarding team, scuba diving and catamaran and yacht rentals with the Annecy Sailing Regatta Society. When visiting in summer, there are plenty of sandy or grassy beaches dotted along the picturesque lake. A swim in the refreshing, crystal-clear water serves as a perfect opportunity to relax and take in the remarkable views that Annecy has to offer. Spend a day or two, or three, getting lost among the whimsical canals of Annecy. Dubbed the “Venice of the Alps”, the winding cobblestone streets of the Vieille Ville, or old town, are lined by pastel houses and bright flower boxes that will make you fall in love with this small French town. Stop for a croissant at a boulangerie, or sit and have ice cream at one of the town's many gelaterias and spend the afternoon people- watching and admiring the architecture. To receive more information about this property and to be put in touch directly with our local agent, Paul Delamotte, please fill in the form below.