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House for sale close to Blagoevgrad

We are selling a solid, two-storey house located in a peaceful village in Kyustendil district.

The house is situated in a quiet and peaceful place next to a small grove. It benefits with completely renewed plumbing and electrical installation. The windows have been changed to PVC. The roof has been fully renovated as well.

The property consists of a two-storey house, a spacious three-level terraced yard, a newly built gazebo with electricity and water, as well as an additional outbuilding (storage room).

The distribution inside the house is the following:

  • First floor - kitchen, compact storage room, bathroom, toilet, additional room (tavern).
  • Second floor - entrance hall, two large bedrooms, kitchen / living room, toilet.
  • Attic room.

The village is located in a quiet and peaceful area with fresh air, 4 km from the Stob pyramids, 15 km from Blagoevgrad, 29 km from Rila Monastery and 71 km from Sofia.



ID: 13451
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Kyustendil
Price Euro:  €36,600
Price GBP:  £31,820
Price USD:  $40,853
Category:  Houses
Area :  2 Floors
Bedrooms: 2 Bedroom
Living area: 80 m 2
Plot Size :  640m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  In vacation place
Published:  Thursday, September 5, 2019
 

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