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We offer a house in Ravda village of 82 sq. m.

120,000 €
  • Total area
    82 m²
  • Land area
    1 m²
  • Bedrooms
    2
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Features
  • Total rooms: 3
  • 1-floor building
  • 1 floor
  • Built in 2014
  • Sea at 100 m

We offer a luxury one-storey house in a quiet picturesque location on the Black Sea coast.

The house is located in a gated resort complex in Ravda village.

Price: 120,000 euros

Locality: Ravda village

Rooms: 3

Total area: 82 sq. m.

Large veranda and barbecue

Floor: 1 of 1

Maintenance fee: 7 euro sq. m. per year

The building is put into operation-Act 16

Payment scheme:

2000 euro -deposit

100% when signing a notarial deed of ownership.

The luxurious, bright house consists of a spacious entrance hall, a bathroom, a toilet, a spacious living room and two bedrooms. There is also a large barbecue area.

The house has a new design renovation. There are all necessary household appliances.

The house is furnished with expensive furniture. The house is equipped

with Daikin air conditioning.

The bathroom includes high-quality plumbing.

Everything is in perfect condition.

Both bedrooms are decorated in calm, pleasant colors. Each room includes a double bed, night lockers and a wardrobe.

The apartment is designed to stay in it all year round-dry, warm and friendly.

To the sea 2 minutes on foot. Nearby is the entire infrastructure of the resort-bars, restaurants and other entertainment.

The old town of Nessebar is a 25-minute walk away.

The nearest major city of Burgas and the airport can be reached in 20 minutes by car.

Payment scheme:

2000 euro -deposit

100% when signing a notarial deed of ownership.

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