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House for sale near the sea

This is a house for sale in a village in North-Eastern Bulgaria, part of Aksakovo municipality, Varna region.

The settlement lies 18 km to the south-west from the village of Kranevo, 7 km to the south-west from Albena sea resort (no direct road is yet built) and 17 km to the south-east from the city of Varna.

The house offers a wonderful sea view. It is built in an ecologically clean area, right next to the Batova Natural Park.  The total living area is 246 sq m. It is distributed between a living room (45 sq m), three bedrooms, three bathrooms, an office and a panoramic terrace. There are also two garages and a storage room. The connection between the two floors is via an external and internal staircase.

The building is new construction, has 8 cm thermal insulation, waterproofing. The windows are PVC, with Ka glazing. The garage doors also have thermal insulation. The front door is armored.

The house will be sold at turnkey completion.

ID: 13972
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Varna
Price Euro:  €173,250
Price GBP:  £150,624
Price USD:  $193,382
Category:  Houses
Area :  2 Floors
Bedrooms: 3 Bedroom
Living area: 246 m 2
Plot Size :  400m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  Near the sea
Published:  Wednesday, April 8, 2020

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