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Rural house for sale near General Toshevo

The house is well preserved for its age. It is solid, well maintained, completely plastered. The roof was fully repaired recently.

The property consists of 3 separate rooms, 2 hallways, a kitchen, bathroom and a basement. There is a solid garage. Behind the house there are additional farm buildings. The main house has a total living area of 100 sq m, distributed on one floor. Fully furnished property, ready to move in. The furniture is in very good condition.

The yard is well maintained. It has an area of 2400 sq m. In the garden there is a vineyard, various crops and fruit trees.

The property is supplied with electricity and water. The area has good road access. There are permanent neighbors on both sides and opposite.

The house is situated in a large and lively village. It is just 22 km north from the town of Dobrich and not far from the sea as well.



ID: 14255
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Dobrich
Price Euro:  €12,999
Price GBP:  £11,301
Price USD:  $14,509
Category:  Houses
Area :  1 Floor
Bedrooms: 2 Bedroom
Living area: 100 m 2
Plot Size :  2,400m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  Near the sea
Published:  Thursday, July 30, 2020
 

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