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Large House With A Vast Peace Of Land

This cosy rural brick built house with a huge garden is our new offer for you!
The property is quite attractive as it is situated at the end of a small peaceful village less than45 km from the sea and the city of Burgas. The surrounding area is favourable for relaxation and recreation. There is a river passing by.
The house is one storey and consists of four rooms. No main repairs inside are needed but just slight refreshment. Running water and electricity are available. The toilet and the bathroom are outside but could be relocated according to your requirements.
Next to the house there is additional structure with fire-place. A garage is also included so you don’t have to spend money and time to build it. The garden that goes with the house is 4600 sq.m. It is a vast peace of land that could be used in many different ways. If you don’t have ideas we could give you some!


ID: 1171
Property Status:  Sold
District:  Burgas
Price Euro:  €31,850
Price GBP:  £28,347
Price USD:  $37,265
Category:  Houses
Area :  1 Floor
Plot Size :  4,600m 2
Extras:  garage, Electricity, Water, Garage
Location:  Near the sea, On river, In the countryside, Near town, In fishing area, In vacation place
Published:  Monday, May 14, 2007
 

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