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Beautiful house for sale in Rhodope Mountains

Take a closer look at this outstanding property for sale in the mountains! The offered house is situated high in the Rhodope Mountains in Smolyan region. It is 90 km from the city of Plovdiv, 40 km from Pamporovo and 35 km from the border with Greece.

The house is in the central part of the village. It has water supply, electricity and sewerage. The building is on two floors, offering a total living area of 160 sq m. It also has two entrances. The layout inside is the following:

First floor – bathroom with WC, a corridor, living room and dining room together and a large closet.

Second floor - 4 bedrooms, bathroom, toilet.

The first floor is lined with stone from the outside. From the inside, it has granite flooring, wooden window joineries and full furniture.

The area has a river, dam and other places and landmarks that you can visit. It is perfect for vacation, permanent living or even for an investment.



ID: 12585
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Smolyan
Price Euro
54,700, €53,700
Price GBP:  £45,645
Price USD:  $54,774
Category:  Houses
Area :  2 Floors
Bedrooms: 4 Bedroom
Living area: 160 m 2
Plot Size :  700m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  In the mountains
Published:  Sunday, February 11, 2024
 

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