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Luxury apartment for sale in Sofia

We offer you for sale a two-bedroom apartment located near the Hotel Pliska bus stop of Geo Milev area in Sofia.

The apartment is in a brick building and has a total living area of 131 sq m. It is on the second floor of a five-storey building.

The apartment has the following distribution: an entrance hall, living room with dining area, kitchen, two bedrooms, two bathrooms and service rooms, three balconies. The apartment is internal, warm and bright with southwest exposure. The apartment is finished and furnished with quality materials and furniture. There are no transitional rooms. The heating in the apartment is central.

The building benefits with well-maintained shared parts and has a lift and chip access. The apartment includes an adjoining basement of 13 sq m. There is security system, a possibility for free parking in front of the building.



ID: 13864
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Sofia
Price Euro:  €231,000
Price GBP:  £200,831
Price USD:  $257,842
Category:  Apartments
Area :  2nd floor
Bedrooms: 2 Bedroom
Living area: 131 m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  In the capital Sofia
Published:  Thursday, February 13, 2020
 

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