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House for sale near Sadovo

Offered for sale is a two-storey brick house with total living area of 118 sq m and a plot of land with size 640 sq m.

The property is situated in a large village in southern Bulgaria included in the municipality of Sadovo, district of Plovdiv, on the main road to Turkey. The settlement lies 27 km east from the town of Plovdiv, about 10 km east from the town of Sadovo and 17 km from the town of Parvomay.

The house has wooden beam construction of the attic and the ground floor is stone built. It house consists of six rooms and a southern terrace. One of the rooms on the ground floor is used as a basement. The property is surrounded by a fence and is facing an asphalted road. In the yard there are vines, fruit trees, garage, additional outbuilding (barn), outside toilet and bathroom.

The village has full electrification, water supply system, partial sewerage system, telephone lines, internet and cable TV.


ID: 8458
Property Status:  Sold
District:  Plovdiv
Price Euro:  €15,000
Price GBP:  £13,041
Price USD:  $16,743
Category:  Houses
Area :  2 Floors
Plot Size :  640m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  Near river, In the countryside, Near town, In fishing area, In hunting area, Near highway, In vacation place, Near mountain
Published:  Tuesday, January 7, 2014

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