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Old Property Close To Bansko

If you don’t mind repairs and you like fresh mountain air you could turn this collapsed house into a charming holiday place
We recommend this settlement! The village is small and peaceful disposed only 24 km away from the famous ski resort of Bansko. All this is a wondeful location! The region provides wonderful opportunities for fishing, hunting, skiing and spa procedures. If you want to stay aside from the noise and the crowds of the city this is a perfect place for you and your family!
The house is in a bad condition, but is authentic and made in traditional style. A lot of constructionmaterial can be used for a proper renovation. The living area is 55 sq.m. Water supply and electricity are available. Good road access. The garden is small 210 sq.m., nicely surrounding this mountainous property. The view from the house is just amazing - in the distance one can see the high peaks of Pirin mountain, moust of which are over 2 500 m. above sea level. Several foreigners already purchased properties here. Come and see this stunning place at a very attractive price!

ID: 1881
Property Status:  Available
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District:  Bansko
Price Euro:  €12,550
Price GBP:  £10,911
Price USD:  $14,008
Category:  Houses
Area :  1 Floor
Plot Size :  210m 2
Extras:  Electricity, Water
Location:  Near ski resort, In the mountains, In the countryside, Near town, In historic place, In vacation place
Published:  Tuesday, April 3, 2007

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