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House for sale in Tutrakan

Our next offer is for this nice one-story house for sale located in the town of Tutrakan, just around 1 km from the Danube River. The town of Toutrakan is located on the Danube River and is part of Silistra district. It is an administrative center of Municipality Toutrakan. The town lies 58 km east of Rousse, 62 km west of Silistra and 74 km north of Razgrad. The Danube River and the wealth of cultural and historical attractions turn Toutrakan into an attractive and tourist centre.
The house is made of brick. It comprises one residential floor and an attic floor with total living area of 76 sq m. The house consists of a bedroom, living room, dining room with kitchen box, sanitary premise, corridor, and a lounge. The house is built on a plot of land with size 664 sq m. There is also an additional land area - 615 sq m which you can buy. Half of the yard is a fruit tree garden. There are all communications - electricity, water, telephone, cable TV, Internet. The property has all necessary documents.

 



ID: 6586
Property Status:  Sold
District:  Tutrakan
Price Euro
38,000, €35,000
Price GBP:  £30,429
Price USD:  $39,067
Category:  Houses
Area :  2 Floors
Bedrooms: 2 Bedroom
Living area: 80m 2
Plot Size :  664m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  Near river, On river, In town, In fishing area, Near highway
Published:  Tuesday, October 31, 2017
 

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