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House for sale near Danube River

We are offering you a rural type of house for sale, located in the north-western part of Bulgaria, near the river of Danube.

This is a single storied brick built house, with no outside plaster, with built area of 85 square meters located in a village in the Danube valley, 9 km north from the town of Byala Slatina. The house consists of three rooms, a kitchen and two corridors with glazed lounges. Next to the house there is also a summer kitchen consisting of one room and a bathroom. The yard has total area of 1200 sq m. It is flat, fenced and cultivated with various vegetables and fruit trees. There are also few additional agricultural outbuildings which were built last year. The property is accessible all year around and is supplied with electricity, water, internet and satellite TV. The house needs some refreshing repairs - external plaster and modernizing after which it will become suitable for permanent living.


ID: 7953
Property Status:  Sold
District:  Vratsa
Price Euro:  €8,500
Price GBP:  £7,390
Price USD:  $9,488
Category:  Houses
Area :  1 Floor
Plot Size :  1,200m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  Near river, In the countryside, Near town, In fishing area, Near highway, In vacation place
Published:  Sunday, February 25, 2018

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