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Hotel for sale in the beach resort Ravda

For sale is a small family hotel / guesthouse located in the picturesque beach resort of Ravda. The property is set on the main street in the resort, but in the same time in a quiet area, only about 300 m from the sea.

The hotel has five floors and a total living area of 350 sq m. There is also a small yard of 285 sq m.

The property consists of 5 rooms and 3 separate studios with a total of 20 beds. One of the rooms on the first floor facing the street has been reorganized and rented as a massage studio (4000 BGN for the summer). Two of the studios have own electricity batches. On the first floor there is a small warehouse. On the 5th floor there is a laundry room with access to a panoramic terrace with a shed.

In the yard there is aparking space for 4-5 cars.

The property is facing the main street “Macedonia”.

For sale is the building, the business and all the available equipment.

ID: 14840
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Burgas
Price Euro:  €225,000
Price GBP:  £195,615
Price USD:  $251,145
Category:  Hotels
Area :  5 Floors
Living area: 350m 2
Plot Size :  285m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  In beach resort
Published:  Monday, May 16, 2022

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