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Apartment for sale in Sofia

We would like to present to your attention this spacious, two-bedroom, fully furnished apartment located in the city of Sofia, Vitosha quarter.

The apartment is on the third floor of a four-storey brick residential building with permission for usage since 2001. The clean living area is 107 sq m. The distribution is as follows: entrance hall, living room with dining area and equipped kitchen (42 sq m), two bedrooms, bathroom with WC, another separate WC, laundry room and a corridor. There are also three balconies.

The property benefits with 3-phase electrical boiler, air conditioning, natural oak parquet, terracotta and granite service rooms and terraces. There is armored front door, 5-chamber PVC windows with K-glass.

The area is very communicative. Near bus stops 67 and 102. The building has security and parking. There is no elevator. There is a possibility to buy a garage.



ID: 11410
Property Status: Available
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District: Sofia
Price Euro€123,000
Price GBP: £97,170
Price USD: $140,220
Category: Apartments
Area: 3rd floor
Bedrooms: 2 Bedroom
Living area: 120m2
Extras: Electricity, Water
Location: In the capital Sofia
Published: Friday, April 21, 2017
 

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