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House for sale in Veliko Tarnovo

We are selling a detached two-family house located in the center of Veliko Tarnovo.

The property is situated in a communicative area, close to a school, kindergarten and public transport stops. There are 3 car parking spaces in the yard. The house is gasified, has air conditioners, full furniture, three separate floors with separate entrances, a summer kitchen and a basement.

The property comes with a beautiful garden with ryegrass, banana trees, apples, bamboo trees and magnolia.

The house is in perfect condition. It is sold with new roof tiles, custom-made wooden window joineries, with K-glass, interior MDF doors, quality plasters and putty.

The house has identical first and second floor. Each consists of a corridor, a bathroom with toilet, bedroom, living room, kitchen and a terrace. The ground floor comprises of a corridor, bathroom with WC, kitchen / living room and one bedroom.



ID: 12556
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Veliko Tarnovo
Price Euro:  €156,450
Price GBP:  £139,241
Price USD:  $183,047
Category:  Houses
Area :  3 Floors
Bedrooms: 3 Bedroom
Living area: 150 m 2
Plot Size :  100m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  In town
Published:  Wednesday, August 8, 2018
 

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