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House for sale near Svishtov

This is yet another opportunity to purchase a cozy, little, rural house in northern Bulgaria.

The property is set in a peaceful village in the central part of the Danube Valley, 20 km from the town of Svishtov, 70 km from Ruse and 50 km from Veliko Turnovo.

The area is hilly, with excellent conditions for fishing and hunting, particularly in the north along the Danube, where the unique nature and wildlife reserves.

The offered house is brick built and has total living area of 90 sq m. It comprises with an underground floor consisting of one room, kitchen box, bathroom, basement and a residential floor which has three rooms and a closet. There is also a glazed verandah.

The yard is 600 sq m in size. It includes an additional farm building, vinery, fruit garden and its own well.

The surrounding area is very nice and quiet. The village offers regular transport, grocery stores, cafe, etc.



ID: 10870
Property Status: Available
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District: Veliko Tarnovo
Price Euro5,000, €4,730
Price GBP: £4,210
Price USD: $5,534
Category: Houses
Area: 1 Floor
Bedrooms: 3 Bedroom
Living area: 90m2
Plot Size: 600m2
Extras: Electricity, Water
Location: In the countryside
Published: Thursday, January 11, 2018
 

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