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Development lands for sale near Pamporovo

These are two attractive properties for sale, located just outside a picturesque village in the mountains, which is part of Smolyan municipality, Smolyan region.

This small mountain village is situated 5km south of Shiroka Luka in the western part of the Rhodope Mountains. Scattered among 5 different hamlets and has preserved the authenticity of a real Rhodopean village and the Bulgarian national traditions and culture. The village attracts thousand of tourists and offers wonderful opportunities for rest and recreation in the atmosphere of the long past times. The famous ski resort of Pamporovo is just 5 km away and Smolyan is at the distance of 15 km.

Both plots have south exposure and comprise amazing panoramic view over the village and the surrounding mountains. The properties border the regulation of the village and can easily have their status changed. The smaller plot has total area of 383 sq m and the other is 566 sq m in size. Prices are as fallows: 9575 euro and 14 150 euro.


ID: 5968
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Pamporovo
Price Euro:  €9,575
Price GBP:  £8,522
Price USD:  $11,203
Category:  Development land
Plot Size :  383m 2
Location:  In ski resort, Near spa resort, In the mountains, Near town, In fishing area, In hunting area, Near highway, In vacation place
Published:  Friday, May 20, 2011

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