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Property for sale in the mountains north of Sofia

We bring to your attention a house, located high in the mountains north from the city of Sofia.

The property is situated high above the village, with difficult access and no electricity or water. However, there is easy opportunity to spend the necessary communications. The access is via two roads. The first one takes you directly to the house and with the second, you will need to take a 300-meter walk.

The house comes with a very large garden. It is currently used for growing potatoes. Apart from that, there is second agricultural plot that is sold together with the property.

The house has two floors. On the first floor, there are basements and the second one consists of two rooms and a corridor with mini kitchen. The house is heated with a wood stove.

The property is situated amongst pure air and great serenity. It is a complete paradise for the soul, a perfect place for rest and vacation.

ID: 12756
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Svoge
Price Euro:  €10,600
Price GBP:  £9,434
Price USD:  $12,402
Category:  Houses
Area :  2 Floors
Bedrooms: 1 Bedroom
Living area: 50 m 2
Plot Size :  750m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  In the mountains
Published:  Wednesday, November 7, 2018

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