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Land for sale near Varna

Would you like to start your own development project in Bulgaria?

Then this might be exactly for you. We offer a building plot of land 28 km from the sandy beaches. The motorway that passes at 7 km will take you quickly there!
The village where the land is lies 23 km from the airport and 28 km away from the vibrant city of Varna! The city offers all amenities, splendid atmosphere and great night life. In the meantime the area around the village is popular for its fishing lakes and fish breeding-ponds. A development project for a spa complex is on-going here; popularity of the place increases every year!

The size of the plot we suggest is 5 500 sq m. It can easily fit several villas with garages and a BBQ place. Water supply, electricity and telephone, as well as cable TV are available here!
Do not miss such a superb offer! Many developers already entered the property market in the area!

ID: 2988
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Varna
Price Euro:  €68,500
Price GBP:  £59,554
Price USD:  $76,460
Category:  Regulated land
Plot Size :  5,500m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water, Telephone, Cable TV
Location:  Near beach resort, In the countryside, Near town, In fishing area, Near highway
Published:  Thursday, April 17, 2008

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