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Studio for sale in Bansko

This is a lovely studio apartment for sale, located in the famous mountain ski resort – Bansko.

The studio is finished, furnished and ready to move in. It is part from a new aparthotel, with low maintenance fees and excellent conditions for living and rental. The property is located on a main street leading to the ski lift and near a bus stop.

The studio is 40 sq m including the common shares. It is very bright and comfortable with a nice balcony. It is set in the best section of the complex - A. The living area is distributed between a living room with kitchen box, corridor and a bathroom with WC.

The complex has a restaurant, inside and outside pool + spa, parking (inside and outside), elevator, children's playground. The pool in the winter has constant hot water.

This is the ideal place for a family vacation or for year-round recreation. It is in a 10 minute walk from the resort center and 15 minutes from the ski slopes.



ID: 10780
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Bansko
Price Euro:  €17,999
Price GBP:  £15,648
Price USD:  $20,090
Category:  Apartments
Area :  3rd floor
Bedrooms: 1 Bedroom
Living area: 40m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  In ski resort
Published:  Tuesday, July 26, 2016
 

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