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House for sale near Varna

This is a solid, two-storey, rural house for sale, in a village in Varna region. The house is built of stone and bricks. It faces 2 streets, one of which is asphalted. The village is set to the north-west from Varna and south from Dobrich.

The distribution of the premises inside the house is as follows: on the first floor there is a living room, while the second - 3 large bedrooms. The property is supplied with water and electricity and also has its own well with an electric pump and pipeline to a concrete tank of 10 cubic meters. Adjacent to the house there is a service premise used as a summer kitchen.

In the yard there are few additional agricultural outbuildings. The yard is 2160 sq m in size. It also includes a garden with apples, peaches, prunes, walnuts, cherries and vines.

Near the village there is a dam and train station. The settlement is located 40 km from Varna and 17 km from Dobrich.



ID: 10526
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Varna
Price Euro:  €12,600
Price GBP:  £10,954
Price USD:  $14,064
Category:  Houses
Area :  2 Floors
Plot Size :  2,160m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  Near the sea, In the countryside
Published:  Monday, January 8, 2018
 

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