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House for sale near Batak Lake

We would like to offer you a detached single storied house located in a small mountain town east for Velingrad.

The property is situated in a calm and peaceful area among stunning scenery and wonderful views. The house is 10 km from the spa capital of Bulgaria - Velingrad and 10 km from Batak Lake, 1 km from the mineral beach.

The house consists of three rooms, kitchen, closet, lounge with total living area of 70 sq m. The yard is 500 sq m in size. In the parcel there are few additional agricultural buildings, warehouses and workshops. The house is built of brick and has wooden floors. There is a large garden with lots of vines.

The property is supplied with electricity and water. It is located on a main asphalted road. There are many amenities such as cafes, shops, church, regular transport to the nearby towns, gas station, medical office, town hall and a post office. The area is suitable for fishing, hunting, hiking and rural tourism.



ID: 7813
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Pazardzhik
Price Euro:  €21,000
Price GBP:  £18,257
Price USD:  $23,440
Category:  Houses
Area :  1 Floor
Plot Size :  500m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  Near river, Near spa resort, In the mountains, Near lake, In the countryside, Near town, In fishing area, In hunting area, Near highway, In vacation place
Published:  Thursday, April 4, 2013

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