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Huge apartment for sale in Pernik

Large and spacious luxury property located in a new building in Pernik.

The apartment is situated in a communicative area in the northeastern part of the town, only minutes away from Sofia. The building is also near a railway station, public transport stop, grocery stores and other amenities.

The total living area is 173 sq m divided on two floors. The price includes 7.1% of the ideal parts of the building. The distribution inside is the following:

Lower level - entrance hall, closet and stairs. Second level - dining room, a kitchen box and a large living room, three bedrooms, a closet, luxurious bathroom and a corridor. The bathroom was fully renovated and equipped with luxurious built-in shower cabin. The walls are latex painted, the windows are PVC and the interior doors are MDF. There are also three large terraces.

The building has Act 16 and the apartment is ready for living. All you needs is furniture.



ID: 12567
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Pernik
Price Euro:  €72,000
Price GBP:  £64,080
Price USD:  $84,240
Category:  Apartments
Area :  5th floor
Bedrooms: Maisonette
Living area: 173m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  In town
Published:  Tuesday, August 14, 2018
 

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