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Sea View apartments in Balchik

We offer you an apartment in a new luxury building situated in the villa zone of the town Balchik.The apartment is fully finished. The building has an excellent location so that you have on open panoramic sea view. There is a garden with a barbecue place in front of the building,private swimming-pool,security system,parking place and childrens playground.
The apartment include:

  • kitchen with MDF module furniture with wash-basins,glass ceramic board with hot plates,aspirator,refrigerator;
  • fitted modern bathroom;
  • terracotta and laminated parquet flooring;
  • plasterboard and latex paint on the walls;
  • double glazed "golden oak" colored PVC windows ;
  • entrance MDF doors;--luxury electric light switches and plugs;
  • all electrical installations are connected and complete;
  • optional broadband internet connection;
  • cable TV and telephone line;

The apartment is on the fourth floor with 136.46 sq m living area.



ID: 3326
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Property Status:  Sold
District:  Balchik
Price Euro:  €119,000
Price GBP:  £103,459
Price USD:  $132,828
Category:  Apartments
Area :  1 Floor
Extras:  BBQ, Well, Barbecue
Location:  Near beach resort
Published:  Wednesday, February 23, 2011
 

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