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House for sale in Sofia

For sale is a large house suitable fort two families located in Dragalevtsi district of Sofia.

The construction is brick, completed in 2001. It is located in a very nice area, at the foot of Vitosha Mountain. The property has year-round access. It is right next to the forest - a very quiet and secluded place.

The house has two floors and a total living area of ​​264 sq m. It consists of three bedrooms, three living rooms, three bathrooms, two kitchens, two balconies, a laundry room, a closet and a large basement.

The property is built on a plot with size 690 sq m. It is surrounded with a solid fence (half of it is finished with decorative bricks and the other half is a metal construction). The price also includes one garage + one parking space and a barbecue with a shed.

The heating is local – boiler on pellet fuel. There is external thermal insulation.



ID: 13813
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Sofia
Price Euro:  €325,500
Price GBP:  £282,990
Price USD:  $363,323
Category:  Houses
Area :  2 Floors
Bedrooms: 3 Bedroom
Living area: 264 m 2
Plot Size :  690m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  In the capital Sofia
Published:  Tuesday, January 28, 2020
 

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