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Old Village House Near Veliko Tyrnovo

If you are looking for an old house to turn into your castle in Bulgaria you should pay attention to this proposal. The house is near the ancient town of Veliko Tyrnovo.

The house is massive brick two-storey high with total living area 95 sq m. The best about it is the huge 1 400 sq m yard that can be used according to new owner’s desire. Such place can be easily turned into mini golf or tennis court. Now there are fruit trees and a well which leave the appearance of the typical Bulgarian village house. Near the property in just 5 km is the famous Aleksander Stamboliiski artificial lake which is favorite place for many Bulgarian fishermen.

Maybe this is the chance for you to own nice property in Bulgaria. Contact us for further details. If you are interested do not hesitate to contact us.



ID: 2982
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Veliko Tarnovo
Price Euro:  €13,000
Price GBP:  £11,302
Price USD:  $14,511
Category:  Houses
Area :  2 Floors
Plot Size :  1,400m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water, Telephone, Well
Location:  Near river, In the countryside, In fishing area, In historic place, In vacation place, Near mountain
Published:  Wednesday, May 13, 2009
 

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