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Huge house for sale in the town of Lom

The house is on four floors. It has a total living area of 350 sq m and a yard of 300 sq m. The property also includes a double garage. Each floor presents itself a separate apartment with its own entrance. There is an underground floor as well.

The property is supplied with three-phase electricity, sewerage, internet connection, local heating (boiler with radiators on the first three floors). The fourth floor is air-conditioned. The construction is brick.

The first two floors are renovated, furnished, and ready for living. The distribution inside is the following:

First floor - kitchen and living room, bedroom with yard view, bathroom and toilet, closet.

Second floor - kitchen and living room with terrace, 2 bedrooms facing the yard, bathroom and toilet.

Third floor - three rooms, bathroom and toilet, corridor.

Fourth floor – three rooms, large premise, two terraces (one facing the street the other towards the yard), bathroom with toilet.

Underground floor - room with steam boiler, large room with a fireplace and table, closet.

The property is fenced from all sides with a metal fence. It has repaired roof, insulation of the facade.

ID: 13139
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Lom
Price Euro:  €99,100
Price GBP:  £88,199
Price USD:  $115,947
Category:  Houses
Area :  4 Floors
Bedrooms: 5+ Bedroom
Living area: 350m 2
Plot Size :  300m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  In town
Published:  Thursday, April 11, 2019

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