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Lovely house for sale in the Rhodopi Mountains

The house is located at 1250 m altitude above the sea level in a quiet, mountain Village. It is situated in an amazing area where the air is very clean and the nature beautiful.

The village lies 25 km from the town of Asenovgrad, 43 km from Plovdiv and 175 km from Sofia. At 3 km distance is the biosphere reserve "Red Wall" that is protected by UNESCO. Close by are also Belintash, Karadzhov Kamak and Krastova Gora which form an “energy triangle”. The road to the village is asphalt.

The house comprises with three floors (each is 65 sq m + 2 corner terraces of 12.5 sq m). Its total living area is 402 sq m. The house is very suitable for a guest house or a small hotel. It is supplied with electricity and water. The year of construction is 1987. The construction is brick.

The total area of ​​the plot is 402 sq m. The parcel is slopped, revealing amazing mountain views.



ID: 12612
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Asenovgrad
Price Euro
46,300, €36,850
Price GBP:  £32,037
Price USD:  $41,132
Category:  Houses
Area :  3 Floors
Bedrooms: 5+ Bedroom
Living area: 402 m 2
Plot Size :  337m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  In the mountains
Published:  Sunday, November 17, 2019
 

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