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New house for sale in the town of Byala Slatina

We bring to your attention this brand new, spacious house located in the town of Byala Slatina. The property stands only 5 minutes from the city center right behind a famous restaurant.

The house consists of two residential floors and one ground floor. The two residential floors are fitted with quality internal thermal insulation. The roof is tiled with Wienerberger tiles.

The first floor consists of an entrance hall, a vestibule, two bedrooms, a living room with a dining room and a kitchen, a bathroom with a bathtub and a toilet, a staircase to the second floor. This floor is fully finished and has all communications (electricity, internet and cable TV). It is ready for furnishing. The heating is via air conditioners - DAIKIN in every room.

The second floor is not finished. There is an allocated space for the bathroom, but the rest is an open space.

The price also includes a furnished summer kitchen with a corridor, a yard of 500 square meters and an irrigation system. There is a small tool house at the back.

ID: 16745
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Vratsa
Price Euro:  €157,500
Price GBP:  £133,875
Price USD:  $160,650
Category:  Houses
Area :  2 Floors
Bedrooms: 2 Bedroom
Living area: 200m 2
Plot Size :  685m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  In town
Published:  Thursday, June 29, 2023

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