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Big building plot for sale near Varna

We offer you a plot of 5 000 sq m near the village of Konstantinovo, Varna district.
The plot is adjacent to another plot planned to be built up for a golf village. There is a forest just next to the plot and also it opens up panoramic view to Varna over the lake. Villa area, electricity and water are about 0.5 km away; Konstantinovo village is 1.2 km far; the highway is 1.5 km southeast; Varna Lake - 2.5 km north and Asparuhovo is only 6 km northeast. The plot is just 10 km from the shore of the Black Sea and 16 km from Varna.
Varna is very dynamically developing lately among the biggest Bulgarian cities with good road communications to the capital, Turkey in the south and Romania in the north. The coastal resorts of "Golden Sands", "Riviera", "St. St. Konstantin in Helena", and "Albena" to the north of the city exude a cosmopolitan air and excellent conditions for recreation, wonderful summer vacation and water sports.

ID: 4355
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Varna
Price Euro
36,500, €10,500
Price GBP:  £9,129
Price USD:  $11,720
Category:  Development land
Plot Size :  5,000m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  Near beach resort, Near the sea, Near town, In fishing area, In hunting area, Near highway, In vacation place
Published:  Monday, October 1, 2018

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