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Property for sale close to the sea

We would like to offer to your attention this old rural property located in a quiet village about 40 km from Varna and 16 km from the resort village of Shkorpilovtsi (the nearest beach).

The house has a built area of 59 sq m. It consists of one floor, brick construction. The building is old and needs major renovation. The built year is 1956. It is supplied with electricity and water.

The size of the garden is 1700 sq m. The yard includes a couple of old farm buildings. It is flat and perfect for agriculture. The whole property is surrounded with a fence.

The village located in northeastern Bulgaria. It is part from Dolni Chiflik municipality, Varna district. The settlement lies about 45 km away from the International airport in Varna. The village has good infrastructure. It has grocery stores, a school, an Orthodox Church, regular bus transport and so on.



ID: 13419
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Varna
Price Euro:  €11,100
Price GBP:  £9,650
Price USD:  $12,390
Category:  Houses
Area :  1 Floor
Bedrooms: 1 Bedroom
Living area: 59 m 2
Plot Size :  1,700m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  In the countryside
Published:  Monday, August 26, 2019
 

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