15 minutes from Vevey/Bulle and close to the new train station, this bright 3.5 room apartment of 80.13 m2 on the 1st floor of a rental building with 10 apartments is in an ideal location near the center of Châtel-St-Denis. This residence is built according to current PPE standards and the high quality choices testify to the standing of the building (Miele household appliances including the induction hob and the steam oven/combined steamer). The other advantages, namely, the private washing column, the oak parquet floor, the triple glazing, the quality of the architecture and the energy of the buildings make this apartment an exclusive opportunity to live in a new district a few minutes away from walk from schools and sports centers. This accommodation benefits from a sheltered terrace of 13.5 m2 opening onto a generous private garden of 57.2 m2. Ideally located between lake and mountain and benefiting from all modern infrastructures, the Montmoirin district in Châtel-St-Denis offers an ideal living environment. It benefits from a particularly calm environment since it is located on the edge of an agricultural zone. The project is developed on a long, well-exposed plot and comprises eight buildings including four apartment buildings and four groups of three semi-detached villas organized around a common area dedicated exclusively to pedestrians and cyclists. The buildings are connected to the common underground car park which serves them individually. The 20 apartments for rent are located in two of these buildings. Châtel-Saint-Denis is located at the foot of the Friborg Prealps at an altitude of 810 meters. The locality is crossed by the Veveyse, which has its source in the Dent de Lys massif to join Lake Geneva in Vevey. Ideally located between lake and mountains, the agglomeration offers an ideal setting, both for families, sports enthusiasts and anyone who wishes to benefit from the infrastructures of a small city and a proximity to nature. 35 minutes from Lausanne and Fribourg, 50 minutes from Bern and Sion and 1h15 from Geneva, Châtel-St-Denis is distinguished by an optimal geographical location. The highway that crosses its territory since 1981 has largely contributed to its economic development. Rail is not to be outdone since the construction of the new station will make it possible to increase the rate of trains and will shorten the journey time between Bulle and Palézieux. The Cité de l'énergie label is part of the SuisseEnergie programme. It distinguishes municipalities that implement a sustainable municipal policy in terms of energy, traffic and the environment.