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Two bedroom apartment for sale in Sofia

This is an apartment located in a luxurious residential building in Manastirski Livadi-West. It is set on a quiet and peaceful street facing south. The apartment has amazing views. It is comfortable and bright. The building is close to a tram stop number 7, the St. Sophia clinic, the Ring Road and Vitosha Mountain.

The apartment consists of a living room with kitchen box, two bedrooms, a bathroom and a terrace. The total living area is ​​84 sq m + a terrace 20 sq m. It is on the sixth floor.

The apartment is offered with the following basic finishing:

  • Reinforced entrance door.         
  • Painted with white latex walls.
  • Mounted radiators.
  • Installed sockets and keys - Schneider Unik class.
  • Plastered floors.
  • Bathroom putty.

All electrical, plumbing and JVI works have been completed. There is gas heating. The apartment is unfurnished. The construction was completed in 2018.



ID: 13380
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Sofia
Price Euro:  €132,000
Price GBP:  £117,480
Price USD:  $154,440
Category:  Apartments
Area :  6th floor
Bedrooms: 2 Bedroom
Living area: 104m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  In the capital Sofia
Published:  Thursday, August 8, 2019
 

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