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House for sale near Vratsa

The villa is located in a picturesque, quiet village 130 km from Sofia, 10 km from Vratsa and about 800 m from the train station.

The size of the yard is 2700 sq m. The garden has many fruit trees, including a cherry tree, 15 peaches, 2 pears, 1 apricot, 1 25-years old vine and a large vineyard. There is also a well and a drinking fountain.

The house has solid foundations and thick walls. There are no cracks. The first floor is 40 sq m and consists of a large room (living room) with new wooden flooring and a fireplace built into the wall. There is also one more small room (children’s room) and a small kitchen. The second floor comprises with one room of 20 sq m and a large terrace with view of the Balkans. Under the house, there is a large basement of two premises.

The property is located in a hilly area, 600 meters above sea level. It is in immediate vicinity to a forest, among beautiful scenery, peace and tranquility. 



ID: 11391
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Vratsa
Price Euro:  €13,600
Price GBP:  £11,824
Price USD:  $15,180
Category:  Houses
Area :  2 Floors
Bedrooms: 2 Bedroom
Living area: 70m 2
Plot Size :  2,700m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  In the countryside
Published:  Thursday, June 25, 2020
 

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