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2-storey house in Strandzha mountain

You would surely like this place if you see it! Let us tell you why...

This property benefits from large living area represented of two floors connected by an inner staircase. The second floor has a wide terrace, a corridor and three bedrooms. On the first floor has a glazed premise which can be used for a kitchen. Two bedrooms are situated on that floor too.

At the left side of the house there is an entrance which leads to a large basement which can be used for many purposes. The house does not need any basic repairs. It has only to be painted and refreshed and will be ready to live in.Running water and electricity are available.

The property includes a garden of about 1000 sq.m. The village where this property is situated is located in Strandja mountain. The nature is virgin and perfect for rest , hunting and fishing. The big town of Bourgas and the black sea coast is 45 km away.ome English families have already bought properties in this cozy place.



ID: 26
Property Status:  Sold
District:  Burgas
Price Euro:  €7,300
Price GBP:  £6,347
Price USD:  $8,148
Category:  Houses
Area :  2 Floors
Plot Size :  1,000m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  In the countryside
Published:  Monday, February 3, 2014
 

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