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Agricultural land for sale near Bourgas

This property is located in the industrial zone of the city of Bourgas. The area is called Meden Rudnik and is situated just few km from the city. The property is an agricultural plot of land 3483 sq m in size. It is located 500 m away from the sea and 150 m away from a main asphalted road which guarantees easy access all year around. After the changing of the status of the land it is going to be suitable for commercial activity, building storage or other.

There is another plot for sale of 4385 sq m just next to this one.

The city of Burgas is the second largest port on the Black Sea coast, situated in the western part of Burgas Bay, 390 km east of Sofia. Viewed from the bay, Burgas looks as if emerging from the sea because it is located at an altitude of only 17 meters, between three lakes: Burgas, Mandrensko, and Atanassovsko. It is a major administrative, cultural and business center, transport junction, one of Bulgaria's most dynamically developing cities, and the fourth largest city in terms of population. Burgas has a typical cosmopolitan seaport atmosphere with full of sunshine summer, beaches, sea gardens, cultural events, fine restaurants and cafes. Places of interest are the Ethnographic Museum, the Art Gallery, housed in what used to be a synagogue, the Archeological and Historical Museums, as well as the Armenian Church and the Church of SS Kiril and Metodii.

 



ID: 4472
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Burgas
Price Euro:  €22,430
Price GBP:  £19,501
Price USD:  $25,036
Category:  Agricultural land
Plot Size :  3,483m 2
Extras
Location:  On the sea, On lake, Near town
Published:  Thursday, December 9, 2010
 

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