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Large Estate In A Pretty Village

This is a wonderful big property in a lively village near the mountains.

It is located 16 km away from Shumen and 80 km away from Varna and the airport. The new motorway A2 passes not far and provides quick transportation to the sea side. The settlement is in a picturesque area with beautiful hills and woods. Hunting grounds are available here. A small river flows here creating a lovely atmosphere.

The house itself has 50 sq m of living area and is spread on 2 levels with a terrace. It is livable and needs little redecoration only. There is a fantastic panoramic view from the house. The summer kitchen can be arranged into a perfect BBQ and dining area in the open.
The property includes a garden of 2 300 sq m. It is well maintained and has some outbuildings. The size gives the opportunity to build another house there. The property faces two streets an has double access to an asphalt road.
The house is suitable for relocation and permanent living. Several foreigners already purchased properties!
Contact our consultants for more details regarding this hot offer!

ID: 3045
Property Status:  Sold
District:  Shumen
Price Euro:  €17,750
Price GBP:  £15,432
Price USD:  $19,813
Category:  Houses
Area :  1 Floor And A Basement
Plot Size :  3,000m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water, Telephone, Summer Kitchen
Location:  On river, In the countryside, Near town, In hunting area, Near highway, Near mountain
Published:  Friday, September 14, 2007

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