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Building plot in the Rhodopes mountain

We offer to you a great piece of land to build the house that you have always wanted to have. This is a plot of 4260 sq.m. situated in a well developed village among the green hills of the Rhodopes mountain and particularly its south part near the picturesque town of Smolyan.

The closeness of the famous ski resort of Pamporovo to the village makes this settlement extremely attractive for investments. Hunting and fishing are available. Imposing elevations surround this place; splendid panorama opens out through the hills.


The plot is in regulation situated next to the main road of the village. The purchase of the property includes permission for building a family hotel. The place can be used for building some houses with investment purpose as well!

If you are already interested in our suggestion don’t hesitate to make the right investment.



ID: 700
Property Status:  Sold
District:  Smolyan
Price Euro:  €150,000
Price GBP:  £130,410
Price USD:  $167,430
Category:  Development land
Plot Size :  4,260m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  Near river, Near ski resort, In the mountains, Near town, In fishing area, In hunting area, In vacation place
Published:  Saturday, November 19, 2016
 

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