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Regulated Plot Near Beach And The Center Of Varna

If you want to design and build your own development in Bulgaria we could offer you this excellent 8 330 sq m plot. It is situated only 7 km away from the center of Varna and 3.5 km away from beach – you cannot ask for a better location. As a bonus there is breathtaking panoramic sea view from there. The plot is regulated and has a building permission for a 5 000 sq m holiday village. The density is 20% and maximum possible height is 7 m. Additionally you can build other subsidiary facilities like restaurant and SPA.

This is good investment opportunity for people who want to profit from one of the most prospective real estates market. After Bulgaria joining the EU more and more foreigners are interested in buying house on the Black Sea coast so such holiday village can be sold with good rate of return. Now is very appropriate moment for such investment move.

If you want to know more about this or other similar opportunities contact us and our team will prepare personalized offer for you. Do not hesitate too long – the best always goes first.

ID: 3146
Property Status:  Sold
District:  Varna
Price Euro
200,000, €149,940
Price GBP:  £130,358
Price USD:  $167,363
Category:  Development land
Plot Size :  8,330m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water, Telephone, Internet
Location:  Near beach resort, On the sea, In fishing area, In hunting area, In historic place, Near highway, In vacation place
Published:  Tuesday, February 22, 2011

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