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Two story large furnished house for sale in Mezdra

Two-story house with a total living area of 170 sq m and a yard of 600 sq m. It is located in the large municipal center town of Mezdra.

The house has two floors and an attic. The layout is as follows:

  • First floor (85 sq m) - kitchen with dining room, living room, bathroom with toilet, corridor, veranda.
  • Second floor (85 sq m) - 3 bedrooms, bathroom with toilet, two terraces.
  • Attic (85 sq m) – undistributed space.
  • On the ground floor, there is also a basement of 40 sq m.

Additional the property includes a garage for two cars – 35 sq m, a barbecue area/shed – 20 sq m, making the total living space of the whole property – 310 sq m.

The house faces south, southeast, west. The property is finished and ready to move in. There are quality 5-chamber window joinery with "Four Seasons" glazing. The roof is in excellent condition, no leaks, recently overhauled.

In the yard, there are many fruit trees - pears, hazelnut, apple, quince, peach, sour cherry, plum, vines and figs, etc. There is a well with good flow rate and an electric pump.

ID: 16080
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Vratsa
Price Euro:  €104,999
Price GBP:  £89,249
Price USD:  $107,099
Category:  Houses
Area :  2 Floors
Bedrooms: 3 Bedroom
Living area: 170m 2
Plot Size :  600m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  In town
Published:  Sunday, December 11, 2022

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