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Studio for sale in Bansko

The studio has an area of ​​42.20 square meters and is located in a closed-type complex next to the city park and a mini market. It is about 10 minutes walk from the center of Bansko.

The complex itself offers a restaurant, Wi-Fi, fitness and spa area (saunas, swimming pool). The gym, the saunas and the swimming pool are located in A section (the same section in which is the studio). This makes them literally below you and you can use them as much as you like. A maintenance fee is paid once a year, which includes the above-mentioned extras, as well as transport by mini bus to the ski lift and back several times a day. It also includes technical support, parking and security.

The studio is on the fourth floor. It consists of a living room with kitchen area and sleeping area, a terrace and a bathroom with WC. Sold fully furnished and ready to move in. The property is ideal for vacation or rental.

The average monthly income from short-term rents is around BGN 600.



ID: 15689
Property Status:  Sold
District:  Bansko
Price Euro
27,500, €26,900
Price GBP:  £22,865
Price USD:  $27,438
Category:  Apartments
Area :  4th floor
Bedrooms: Studio
Living area: 42 m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  In ski resort
Published:  Saturday, August 26, 2023
 

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