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Cozy studio apartment for sale in Pomorie

We would like to offer to you this cozy studio apartment located in the old town of Pomorie, 5 min from the beach and the marina (in a renovated hotel with Act 16).

The apartment has an area of ​​31 sq m. It is on the fourth, last floor in the hotel. The building has no maintenance fee and no elevator. The ceiling has slopes and wooden paneling. The studio consists of an entrance hall, bright kitchen box and a transition to the sleeping area. There is also a sanitary unit with a boiler.

The property is sold with new furniture in the bedroom - bed with lifting mechanism, sofa (extendible), two-wing wardrobe, large cabinet and two bedside tables, coffee table. There is an old TV and air conditioning in the bedroom. The windows have mosquito nets. The kitchen has a refrigerator and a small new portable washing machine, kitchen utensils, hotplates and more.

The studio is suitable for year-round use or summer recreation.

ID: 13336
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Pomorie
Price Euro:  €15,000
Price GBP:  £12,750
Price USD:  $15,300
Category:  Apartments
Area :  4th floor
Bedrooms: Studio
Living area: 31 m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  In beach resort
Published:  Monday, November 18, 2019

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