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Apartment for sale in Sofia

We are offering you an apartment for sale situated in a clean and peaceful, communicative place in Manastirski Livadi quarter of Sofia City. The area is close to the Vitosha Mountain, blvrd. Bulgaria, blvrd Bukston, and Todor Kableshkov Street.

The property is part of a luxury monolithic building built in 2008 with convenient places to park, asphalted and populated street. The flat is in a perfect condition, no flaws or in-room transitions. It is connected to all communications - the heating is gas/air conditioning; water and electricity provided; natural beech-tree parquets and aluminum joinery in all rooms. The apartment has north-eastern exposure. It is on the third floor after the ground floor, with 2 sq m basement included in the price. The price also includes full furniture and equipment, which is almost brand new.

The apartment comprises with total living area of 69 sq m and is a one-bedroom type. It consists of an entrance hall, living room with kitchenette, bedroom with a balcony which is accessible from the bedroom as well, bathroom and a toilet.


ID: 7120
Property Status:  Sold
District:  Sofia
Price Euro
61,500, €58,500
Price GBP:  £49,725
Price USD:  $59,670
Category:  Apartments
Area :  3rd floor
Bedrooms: 1 Bedroom
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  In the capital Sofia
Published:  Tuesday, June 14, 2016

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