1.7 km from Place Verdun and the Mail, All amenities (school, shops, health services, public transport, accessible on foot). Very well maintained 1950s house, interior fittings and decoration to be restored to your liking. House On 2 levels offering a living area of 136 M2. comprising on the ground floor, Entrance, Kitchen, Living room / SAM, Cellar, WC, Shower room, Garage,, Upstairs with high ceilings 4 bedrooms, WC, Bathroom. UM1. Possibility of acquiring an additional adjoining plot of 530 M2. The property is mainly intended for a particular purchaser to live or invest. Possibility of disposing of 2 independent accommodation on the 1st and second level. Fees: 3% TTC included buyer's charge ( 500,000 excluding fees) Commercial Agent. Verdun is a small city in northeast France, on the banks of the Meuse river. It's known as the site of the WWI Battle of Verdun. Verdun's battlefields are marked by museums and memorials, such as the Douaumont Ossuary, with the remains of more than 100,000 soldiers. Northwest of the city is the Meuse-Argonne American Cemetery. In the town, the huge Porte Chaussée gate was once part of the city's medieval walls. Verdun offers many tours and circuits at its historic sites, as well as a sound and light show, "From Flames to Light", from June to the end of July. While the memory of the world wars is omnipresent, Verdun also has some urban heritage that is worth a visit: the Cathedral of Our Lady, one of the oldest in Europe St. Paul's Gate, a triumphal arch that used to be part of the ramparts and the 16th-century Princerie mansion that houses Verdun Museum of Art and History. The old episcopal palace is where you will find the World Centre for Peace, Liberty and Human Rights, a place for exhibitions, meetings and dialogue. To receive more information about this property and to be put in touch directly with our local agent, Christophe JEAN, please fill in the form below.