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Beautiful Agricultural Land Close To Bourgas!!!

This agricultural land is with the size of 8000 sq m. It is located outside the town of Sredets which is just 28 km far from the city of Bourgas and the International Airport there. The parcel has beautiful views towards Strandzha Mountain. It is close to a mountain hostel which is a famous resting place in the area.
There is a stone road just 200 m away from the property. The water and the electricity are at the distance of 1500 m. Telephone, cable TV, water, electricity are available to get in the region in case you want to build on the plot. For this purpose though you have to change its status into regulated land.
The area is suitable for any kind of rural tourism like hunting, fishing, boating, hiking… etc. It is the perfect place for a holiday: isolated with great views and at the same time close to amenities and the city!

ID: 1907
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Burgas
Price Euro:  €8,450
Price GBP:  £7,346
Price USD:  $9,432
Category:  Agricultural land
Plot Size :  8,000m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water, Telephone, Well
Location:  Near spa resort, In the countryside, Near town, In fishing area, In hunting area, In vacation place, Near mountain
Published:  Thursday, May 13, 2021

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