Chácara with 19.000 m² with 3 bedrooms in Embu Guaçu, São Paulo
Chácara São Paulo: beautiful rural property, 19.000 m², 3 bedrooms, two houses, lots of green, 14.000 native vegetation
For sale is a rural property, due to its characteristics and dimensions (rustic rural nature, large land area, mainly for residential purposes) also called in Brazil “Chácara”. It has a total land area of 19.000 m², on which two houses were constructed.
The main house comes with an ample varanda, living room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms (being 2 suites) and a 6 m long swimming pool. There is an additional house with 150 m² as well as an ample barbecue area. These houses are constructed upon a land area of 5.000 m², while the remaining 14.000 m² are completely free and taken up by original atlantic vegetation. There is also a separate access to this land.
We accompany clients during the entire sales process and provide encompassing consulting services.
Additional Information about Embu Guaçu and Surroundings:
Official and Municipal Information:
The municipality conserves natural vegetation, such as manacás, angicos, caiman-pau, bromeliads, tapias, pau-incense, araucarias, cedars, ipês and others. It has remnants of the Atlantic Forest, beautiful landscapes and diversity in both fauna and flora.
chácara São Paulo
For more detailed Information (Documentation, Legal and Juridical Aspects of Island Purchase and Property in Brazil please contact us).
- This chacara is only for sale, not for rental or lease.
- It is highly advised that interested buyers conduct a visit of the property with a subsequent diligence in order to make an informed decision on whether to proceed with the purchase. It is however expected that the prospective client has the necessary financial means to purchase. It is important to note that Brazilian banks or in general financial institutions do not give, under any circumstances, loans or mortgages to foreigners. Also, it is very rare that European or American banks concede loans or mortgages for purchasing real estate in Brazil. It is thus indispensable to have the proper capital in order to effectuate a purchase.
- The buyer/investor does not pay any kind of commission to the realtor in Brazil – the commission is strictly the responsability of the seller. However, the buyer is responsible for paying the notary costs as well as the ITBI (Imposto de Transmissão de Bens Imóveis – the property transfer tax) which ranges, depending on the state, between 2 – 3 %.
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