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New house for sale close to Varna

We are selling a three-storey house with an area of 320 sq m and a yard of 670 sq m, located in the center of a cozy village, 12 km southwest from Varna.


First floor - entrance hall (8 sq m), living room (50 sq m), kitchen (21 sq m) with separate entrance to the yard, closet (6 sq m), bathroom / toilet, staircase to the second floor.

Second floor - large entrance hall, bedroom (21 sq m) with private bathroom (6 sq m) and a terrace (4 sq m), second bedroom (15 sq m) with a terrace (5 sq m), third bedroom (18 sq m), another bathroom (2.5 sq m) and staircase to the third floor.

Third floor - entrance hall, three large bedrooms, bathroom / WC, closet.

The house has security system. All rooms on the first and second floors are furnished. The third floor is entirely fitted with wood paneling. The kitchen is equipped with all necessary electrical appliances - built-in oven, sink, dishwasher plus washing machine and refrigerator.

There is a gazebo and a barbecue in the yard.

ID: 13157
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Varna
Price Euro:  €173,250
Price GBP:  £150,624
Price USD:  $193,382
Category:  Houses
Area :  3 Floors
Bedrooms: 5+ Bedroom
Living area: 320 m 2
Plot Size :  670m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  Near the sea
Published:  Thursday, April 18, 2019

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