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Huge luxury apartment for sale in Razgrad

The following offer is for a large, 5-room apartment in Razgrad. The apartment is situated in the most prestigious neighborhood of the city – Varosh. It is close to the city center, the hospital and the park.

The year of construction is 1990. The building is brick-finished and the apartment was completely renovated just recently. A specialized professional company held the renovation, which included new mineral wool isolation, quality floor coves, replaced electrical installation and plumbing, PVC windows, armored front door, luxurious bathroom and WC, etc.

The kitchen is equipped with new cupboards and appliances. It is fitted with oven, hobs and aspiration. All appliances are still under warranty. Everything in the apartment is brand new and unused.

The apartment consists of five rooms. Its total living area is 160 sq m. The price also includes an additional attic room with its own bathroom and two basements. In total, you have seven rooms for the price. In front of the building, there are free parking spaces.

The property is on the third floor out of four in the building.

ID: 12423
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Razgrad
Price Euro:  €65,350
Price GBP:  £58,162
Price USD:  $76,460
Category:  Apartments
Area :  3rd floor
Bedrooms: 4 Bedroom
Living area: 160m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  In town
Published:  Wednesday, June 13, 2018

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