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House with amazing views in Svoge

This cozy house is situated in the town of Svoge, Sofia district. The town itself lines in the beautiful Iskar gorge near the mouth of the river Iskretska. It is 40 km of Sofia, 25 km of Novi Iskar and Lakatnik and 60 km of Mezdra. It is a center of the largest municipality in Bulgaria.

The offered house has three floors and a total living area of 100 sq m. The construction is brick, with concrete plates in between the floors. The year of construction is 1500. The house is in overall very good condition. It is sold furnished and livable. It has large balconies, benefiting with astonishing mountain views.

The size of the plot, which is included in the sale, is 1500 sq m. The yard is slopped and needs some landscaping. It is large enough for agriculture.

In Svoge there are town hall, elementary school, two primary schools, three kindergartens and two high schools. Hospital and two medical centers help the people in the town.

ID: 13513
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Svoge
Price Euro:  €31,750
Price GBP:  £27,603
Price USD:  $35,439
Category:  Houses
Area :  2 Floors
Bedrooms: 2 Bedroom
Living area: 1500 m 2
Plot Size :  100m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  In town
Published:  Tuesday, October 8, 2019

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