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Regulated land just 20 km from Sofia

We offer you a yard of 700 sq m near the capital of Sofia suitable for a holiday house or permanent living. The land is regulated and ready to be building up. The size is good and enough for a large house with a swimming pool. The area is very quiet and with beautiful views. There is hardly traffic. There is a little wooden building on the plot that needs to be knocked down. The water and electricity are very close to the plot and it will be very easy to get them. The town lies on the main road that connects the capital city of Sofia with the Kalotina border check point at the Bulgarian-Serbian border. It has a customs and a railway station, and represents an important border checkpoint. The distance from the town to Sofia on the international highway E80 is 20 min by car and it is 10 km away from the border with Yugoslavia. Take advantage and contact us regarding this property!!! 

ID: 2598
Property Status:  Sold
District:  Sofia
Price Euro:  €25,000
Price GBP:  £21,735
Price USD:  $27,905
Category:  Regulated land
Plot Size :  700m 2
Location:  Near river, Near ski resort, In the countryside, In town, In fishing area, In hunting area, In historic place, Near highway, Near mountain
Published:  Wednesday, February 2, 2011

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