Property for sale in Lower Saxony

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ID: 1894
Property for Sale in Hannover, Lower Saxony, Germany
Hannover, Lower Saxony, Germany
Ready business
Ready business
Profitable Trading Company of Aluminum and Copper Products in Lower Saxony
€2,200,000

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Finding property in Lower Saxony

Looking to invest or find a new property in Lower Saxony? At EW Real Estate, you can choose from a varied range of properties that are available to buy in Lower Saxony.

There is a great opportunity for making a profitable investment in Lower Saxony, with a choice of commercial properties including office buildings, supermarkets, apartments & residential homes. If you want to view the properties make sure to click see more so you can view more images of each property inside and outside. As well as reading more about the features, surrounding area and profitability margins.

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