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New apartment for sale in Plovdiv

For sale is a large apartment located in Ostromila area of Plovdiv City.

The apartment has a total living area of 103 sq m. It consists of a living room, a corridor, a guest bathroom off the corridor, a bedroom with a bathroom and another bedroom, two terraces, one of which overlooks the courtyard of the complex. The living room overlook to the north. The bedrooms are facing south.

Inside the apartment is finished with high quality plasters everywhere. There are no paints! The living room, the bathrooms and the corridor all have granite tiles. Both bedrooms are laid with high-class laminate. The apartment is fully furnished. Everything inside is new and still under warranty. There are Daikin air conditioners – floor-standing in the living room and multi split Fujitsu for the two bedrooms. There are suspended ceilings and hidden lighting everywhere - living room, corridor, and bedrooms.

For additional cost you can purchase a parking space in the complex.

ID: 16551
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Plovdiv
Price Euro:  €176,790
Price GBP:  £150,272
Price USD:  $180,326
Category:  Apartments
Area :  2nd floor
Bedrooms: 2 Bedroom
Living area: 103 m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  In town
Published:  Monday, March 20, 2023

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