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Beautiful house for sale 5min from the lake of Batak

Amazing three-storey house, located in the resort Tsigov Chark. It has a built area of 115 sq m and a total living space of 300 sq m. The house is built on a plot with size 550 sq m.

The building is fitted with 10 cm stone wool isolation and America-style siding. There are PVC window joineries (5 chamber - 4 seasons), armored front door, automatic roller shutter doors on both garages and many other extras.

The distribution of the premises inside is the following:

  • Ground floor - 2 garages, 2 basements.
  • First floor - large corridor, toilet, living-dining room-kitchen, large covered terrace.
  • Second floor- large corridor, 3 bedrooms, large bathroom with toilet.
  • Third floor - possibility to make a studio with a bathroom and toilet.

The house is located in a pine forest, 5-minute walk from the Batak Dam. It is close to Panorama Hotel, Orbita Hotel and Catalina Hotel. Act 16!



ID: 13016
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Batak
Price Euro
126,000, €116,000
Price GBP:  £100,850
Price USD:  $129,479
Category:  Houses
Area :  3 Floors
Bedrooms: 3 Bedroom
Living area: 360 m 2
Plot Size :  550m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
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Published:  Monday, September 2, 2019
 

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