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House for sale near Harmanli

This is a single-storied house, fully renovated from inside and outside, located in southern Bulgaria, Haskovo district.

The house consists of two bedrooms, kitchen, WC, large entrance hall (lounge) with a window and stretch-sofa. It is furnished with modern furniture and equipment. All of the electrical appliances are included in the price. There is a possibility for internet and satellite TV. The total living area is 98 sq m.

The size of the yard is 1700 sq m. In the garden, there are two additional buildings - a summer kitchen and a barn.

The village is part of municipality of Harmanli, Haskovo district. It is at the distance of 29 km from Harmanli, 20 km from Lyubimets, 30 km from the Greek border and 50 km from Turkey. All roads are asphalted and good quality. The area has beautiful natural places and interesting historical and archaeological sites.



ID: 11312
Property Status: Available
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District: Haskovo
Price Euro19,200, €14,600
Price GBP: £12,848
Price USD: $17,082
Category: Houses
Area: 1 Floor
Bedrooms: 2 Bedroom
Living area: 98m2
Plot Size: 1,700m2
Extras: Electricity, Water
Location: In vacation place
Published: Monday, December 4, 2017
 

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