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Big House In The Countryside Not Far From A Town

This property is situated on a quiet street in small town in Vratza district.

The surrounding area predominantly rural; it offers excellent opportunities for fishing and hunting. The town is well organized and one can find everything there: it has several shops, cafes, a pub, post office, a mayor’s office, a doctor and a rail station. The closest international airport at Sofia is at less than 2 hours drive by car. The nearest main town is 20 km away in Vratza. That is where gorgeous mountains rise up.

The property we offer needs renovation. It is structurally sound and strong, but requires plastering, new windows and fitting a bathroom and toilet. The house has a living area of 130 sq m and is on two floors with 7 rooms. It has a surrounding garden of 800 sq m. There is an outbuilding, a drill for water for the garden.

Do not hesitate on such an offer! It can easily be converted into a holiday home in the countryside.

ID: 2942
Property Status:  Sold
District:  Vratsa
Price Euro:  €19,650
Price GBP:  £16,703
Price USD:  $20,043
Category:  Houses
Area :  2 Floors
Plot Size :  800m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water, Drill, Outbuilding
Location:  In the countryside, In town, In fishing area, Near mountain
Published:  Thursday, December 13, 2007

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