Skip to main content

Rural house for sale near Roman

This is a large, brick house for sale in northwestern Bulgaria. The property is situated in a small, quiet village, part of Roman municipality, Vratsa district. The nearest town is Roman – 15 km. The distance to the district center Vratsa is 40 km.

The offered house is in very good condition, as you can see on the photos. It is connected to the sewer lines. There is water and electricity provided. The house benefits with internal bathroom and WC. The roof is solid, with no leaks. The property is situated right on the main asphalted road.

The total living area is 200 sq m. It is distributed between two floors. On the first floor, there are three rooms, bathroom and WC. The second floor consists of three more rooms.

The size of the garden is 900 sq m. It is well-maintained and includes lots of greenery, fruit trees and vines.



ID: 11940
Property Status:  Available
Contact us in regards to this property

District:  Vratsa
Price Euro:  €21,700
Price GBP:  £18,866
Price USD:  $24,222
Category:  Houses
Area :  2 Floors
Bedrooms: 4 Bedroom
Living area: 200m 2
Plot Size :  900m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  In the countryside
Published:  Wednesday, November 29, 2017
 

Contact us in regards to this property

 
 

 
 

SIMILAR PROPERTIES

 
 

Bulgarian Property News

Marks and spencer To Invest 50m Euro In Expansion On The Balkans 14/03/2008
The largest British clothing retailer Marks&Spencer Group Plc set up a joint venture with the Greek Marinopoulos Group to expand its business in Eastern Europe, Bloomberg reported on February 29. The British company acquired 50 per cent of Marks&Spencer Marinopoulos BV, which manages 38 outlets... more
 
Rents In Sofia From Steady High To High Up 17/07/2008
In the six month period from the beginning of the year, rental rates for residential property have increased, website investor.bg said, quoting brokers from various agencies. The professionals, however, have not been unanimous in their prognoses of how the situation would change in the second... more