Skip to main content

Furnished studio for sale in Saint Vlas

We bring to your attention a furnished, studio apartment for sale in Saint Vlas. The property is situated in a residential building with no maintenance fee.

The building is about 400 meters from the beach, near a central bus stop. The area has very well developed infrastructure and all amenities. Nearby there are many shops, restaurants, a pharmacy. The street is quiet, with not much traffic.

The offered studio is very spacious. It has northern exposure. There is no balcony. The studio is sold with the available furniture. The apartment is suitable for renting as well as for living all year round.

The apartment has a total living area of 29 sq m. It is situated on the second floor out of four in the building. The studio consists of one large premise with kitchen area and sleeping area and a bathroom with WC.

The building has was finished in year 2008.

ID: 12805
Property Status:  Available
Contact us in regards to this property

District:  Saint Vlas
Price Euro:  €19,000
Price GBP:  £16,150
Price USD:  $19,380
Category:  Apartments
Area :  2nd floor
Bedrooms: Studio
Living area: 29 m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  In beach resort
Published:  Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Contact us in regards to this property





Bulgarian Property News

New Luxury Real Estate Construction In Sofia To Begin In 2010 04/03/2010
Plana Properties are set to launch the construction of the modern Apollona Houses complex, consisting of 10 luxury homes in an enclosed parcel, while Austrian Immorent is set to erect 15 condos featuring 200 flats in Simeonovo. Both projects are worth about 38 million euro, Dnevnik daily... more
Prices Of Bulgaria Real Estate To Grow 15% In 2008 - Report - Sofia News Agency 27/05/2008
The global real estate company ERA has predicted a 15% increase in the prices of real estate properties in Bulgaria in 2008. According to ERA, the number of real estate deals in Bulgaria in 2007 grew between 4% and 5% to reach a total of about 325 000. 25% of the deals were made by foreign... more