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New two bedroom apartment in the center of Plovdiv

We offer to your attention a two-bedroom, luxuriously furnished apartment in the center of Plovdiv.

The property is located next to Monday Market, the Old Town and Main Street of the city. The apartment consists of a living room with a kitchenette, two bedrooms, two terraces, two sanitary premises joined together and two corridors. There is also an adjoining basement.

The property is for sale as on the pictures - with all furniture and appliances. It is luxurious, with custom MDF furniture, armored front door, electrical appliances, three brand new, air-conditioning - Daikin, three TVs, built-in fireplace, built-in toilet, built-in hairdryer in the bathroom and more. The plumbing and electrical installations have been completely replaced. There is hidden lighting in the suspended ceilings.

You can purchase a garage in the building.



ID: 13671
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Plovdiv
Price Euro:  €96,400
Price GBP:  £83,810
Price USD:  $107,602
Category:  Apartments
Area :  6th floor
Bedrooms: 2 Bedroom
Living area: 94 m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  In town
Published:  Thursday, November 28, 2019
 

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