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Apartment for sale in Saint Vlas

We are offering you for sale a ​​fully furnished, luxury apartment, located in the famous Saint Vlas sea resort.

The apartment is located in a building with Act 16 of 2007. It is built with quality materials and furnished according to the latest fashion. The apartment is equipped with 7-chamber windows TROCAL, the walls are finished with Venetian plaster and the floors are granite. There is isolation - 5 cm and fiber - 6 cm. The entire bathroom is custom made, with shower cabin and ceramics. All windows have shutters. All electrical appliances are BOSH.

The apartment is facing South – East. Perfect panoramic sea view is opening from both rooms. The property has the only exit to the roof, which is over 100 square meters. This gives you the opportunity of having your own barbecue or a private sun bath.

The total living area is 76 sq m, distributed between one bedroom, bathroom and a living room with kitchen.

The building is part from a closed-type complex with swimming pool and well maintained garden with playground.

ID: 10829
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Saint Vlas
Price Euro:  €62,700
Price GBP:  £54,511
Price USD:  $69,986
Category:  Apartments
Area :  4th floor
Bedrooms: 1 Bedroom
Living area: 76m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  In beach resort
Published:  Tuesday, August 30, 2016

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