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House for sale near Pamporovo

Our next suggestion is for a house for sale, located in the mountains of Rhodope. The property is situated in a pretty village in Smolyan district, very close to the famous ski resort of Pamporovo.

The house is set in the center of the village, 800 meters from the lift to Snezhanka, about 6 km from Pamporovo, 15 km from Smolyan and 80 km from Greece. The area benefits with amazing mountain views and beautiful nature.

The house has four floors. The total living area is 240 sq m. It is monolith construction, built on a plot of land with area 400 sq m. The distribution of the premises inside is as follows: on the first floor there is a bedroom, bathroom and a basement. The second floor has a living room with balcony, one bedroom and a bathroom. On the third floor there is a kitchen, 2 bedrooms and a bathroom.  The fourth floor comprises of the attic premises.

The plot is large enough to build another building. The access to the property is via a quality asphalted road which is in good condition the whole year.

ID: 10077
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Pamporovo
Price Euro:  €56,100
Price GBP:  £49,929
Price USD:  $65,637
Category:  Houses
Area :  4 Floors
Plot Size :  400m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  In ski resort
Published:  Wednesday, October 21, 2015

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