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House for sale close to Provadiya

We bring to your attention a new, incomplete house, located close to the town of Provadiya. The property is situated in a picturesque village part of Provadiya municipality, Varna District. The village lies 25 km from Provadiya and 79 km from Varna.

The house is located in the center of the village, in a quiet place on a hill, with wonderful panoramic views. Its location is a big advantage over the other houses in the village, being next to the shop, the post office and the town hall.

There is a regular bus service to Varna - 1-hour drive. There are also several buses to Provadia, where all major institutions such as hospital, pharmacies, banks, supermarkets and shops are available.

The house offers two floors with total living area of 250 sq m. It is built on a plot of land with size 1700 sq m. The year of construction is 2010. The house requires final finishing.



ID: 12564
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Provadia
Price Euro
23,000, €19,500
Price GBP:  £16,953
Price USD:  $21,766
Category:  Houses
Area :  2 Floors
Bedrooms: 3 Bedroom
Living area: 250m 2
Plot Size :  1,700m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  In vacation place
Published:  Saturday, February 22, 2020
 

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