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It is a residential complex located in the norther part of the seaside. It is 10 km north of the town of Byala, 43 km from the city of Varna, 50 km from the International Airport and 72 km from the resort of Albena.
The complex itself consists of 6 one-storey houses. Each one of them has living area of 130 sq m distributed between 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, spacious living room with a fireplace, modern kitchen and large lounge. Each property is supplied with air conditioning, satellite TV and signal security equipment. The properties are finished with high quality materials. The type of building is according to the highest standards. One of the houses is fully and luxury furnished with modern furniture items. Each property is being sold together with a plot of land with size of 500 sq m. The size of the plot of land which the whole complex is situated on is 3000 sq m large. The green areas of the complex are well arranged and maintained.

The area where the properties are located in is very attractive for the tourists. There are several golf courses nearby.
The village where the houses are situated in is very well organized and fast developing. There are lots of foreign investors who decide to buy properties in that place.
Do not hesitate to be the next investor in this area! It is worthy taking advantage of this offer!

 



ID: 4644
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Varna
Price Euro
150,000, €75,500
Price GBP:  £65,640
Price USD:  $84,273
Category:  Houses
Area :  1 Floor
Bedrooms: 3 Bedroom
Living area: 130m 2
Plot Size :  500m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water, Cable TV, Air Conditioner, Fireplace
Location:  Near beach resort, Near the sea, Near golf course, Near lake, Near town, In fishing area, In vacation place
Published:  Monday, February 22, 2021
 

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Our suggestion this time is for a gorgeous two-storey house located in a picturesque area called Perchemliyata. There you can visit the Aladza Monastery which is very close to this area. It is one of the medieval rock monasteries found in the northeastern part of Bulgaria inhabited by hermits in the 13th-14th century. It is 17 km away from Varna. The name Aladza is a Turkish-origin word, meaning patterned. The monastery rooms were cut out on two levels in the almost 40-meter high limestone rock. Probably, life in it was declined when Bulgaria fell under the domination of the Turks in the end of the 14th century. The monastery was opened as museum and tourist site in 1906. The place is perfect for a relaxing vacation where you can have a calm sleep and spend wonderful time. The house we offer to you is very close to Aladza Monastery. It is a small brick-built one with 2 rooms on each of the two floors. There is an attic room which can be used as a storage. The property is being sold with the whole furniture. There is also a workshop out of it. The living area is 700 sq m . The garden which goes with the house is not so large but enough to grow some vegetables or fruits. Although it is being sold with the furniture, the house needs small renovation and refreshment in order to become the most suitable place for you. This property is a very profitable one with its proximity to the Black Sea coast and its location on the eastern slopes of Stara Planina Mountain.This house is worth having it! Do not hesitate!

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