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Development plot of land for sale on Batak Lake

We are presenting this great investment offer located right on the shore of Batak Lake in Tsigov Chark resort.

It is a large development land for sale situated just 30 meters from the water line of Batak Dam. It has southern exposure and amazing panoramic view towards the lake and the pine forest behind the land. The plot can be separated or used as one whole. It borders the forest and there are a couple of trees in side the plot.

Nearby there are all communications. In close proximity passes a pipe line. The land is a bit slopped and suits perfect for building an individual house or a villa complex. It has total area of 4000 sq m. The land is not in regulation yet and in order to start the construction works first you will have to change its status. This is a perfect, cheap investment opportunity with great location, just waiting for you to take advantage of it!

 



ID: 7130
Property Status: Available
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District: Batak
Price Euro35,500, €33,500
Price GBP: £29,480
Price USD: $39,195
Category: Development land
Plot Size: 4,000m2
Extras: Electricity, Water
Location: Near ski resort, Near spa resort, In the mountains, In the countryside, Near town, In fishing area, In hunting area, Near highway, In vacation place
Published: Monday, December 4, 2017
 

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