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Apartment for sale in Varna

This is a cheap, panel apartment for sale, located on the sixth floor of a nine-storey residential building in the city of Varna.
The building is located in Kaisieva Gradina neighborhood of the city, close to the Varna International airport. There are all communications and amenities just nearby, fast and easy access to the center of the city. The building has well maintained common areas. The window joineries of the entire entrance were replaced and the roof is also repaired.
The apartment has south-east facing. The total living area is 62 sq m and it comprises of one bedroom, living room, kitchen, terrace, corridor and a bathroom with toilet. The living room is 16.5 sq m, bedroom - 15 sq m, kitchen - 7 sq m. The floorings in the living room, hallway, kitchen and terrace are terracotta and in bedroom - laminate. The apartment also has a basement. The price includes the furniture.

ID: 8903
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Varna
Price Euro:  €36,600
Price GBP:  £31,820
Price USD:  $40,853
Category:  Apartments
Area :  6th floor
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  Near the sea, In town
Published:  Tuesday, June 3, 2014

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