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Regulated plot of land for sale near Sofia

This is an offer for a large plot of land for sale located in a peaceful village near the capital of Bulgaria - Sofia.
The village is set 20 km away from Sofia, in a quiet picturesque area. It has 400 inhabitants. The village is very well developed with perfect infrastructure and easy access. There are all necessary amenities for permanent living. Bus stop, food shops, tavern, church and school are going to be at your disposal.
The plot which is in regulation which means that you can start the construction works of your fine holiday villa right away. There is water and electricity provided. The property consists of two plots adjacent to each other. The whole area together is 2000 sq m. It is facing a road by 33 m. The property is situated in an extremely suitable place for a house or business. The plot is flat with rectangular shape. It is very sunny, set in a quiet area between couple of nice houses. It has easy access through out the whole year.

ID: 5259
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Sofia
Price Euro
53,000, €41,000
Price GBP:  £36,490
Price USD:  $47,970
Category:  Regulated land
Plot Size :  2,000m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  In the countryside, Near town, Near highway, In vacation place, Near mountain
Published:  Monday, August 27, 2018

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