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One-bedroom apartment with partial sea view in the complex Sorento Sole Mare in Sveti Vlas, Bulgaria – 57.81 sq. m. 56,076 euros

56,000 €
965 € /m²
  • Total area
    58 m²
  • Bedrooms
    1
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Features
  • Total rooms: 2
  • 6-floor building
  • 1 floor
  • Built in 2013
  • Sea at 300 m
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Internet
  • TV
  • Swimming pool
  • Sea view

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For sale: One

-bedroom apartment with partial sea and pool views in the complex of Sorento Sole Mare, 300 meters from the beach

Price: 56,076 euros

Locality: Sveti Vlas

Rooms: 2

Total area: 57.81 sq. m.

Floor: 1/6

Service payments: 9.6 euros/ m² (555 euros) per year

Construction Phase: Building commissioned — Act 16

Payment scheme:

2000 euro deposit,

100% upon signing the notarial deed of ownership.

One of the two-room apartments in the six-storey building of the complex, the layout is standard for everyone in this building: a small entrance hall leads to the living area with a kitchen box and access to the terrace, then a separate bedroom and a bathroom. Access to the terrace is possible from two rooms.

Furniture and appliances are included in the price. The bathroom is equipped with plumbing and a shower cabin. The floor covering is made of ceramic tiles and high-quality laminate, the windows are German plastic three-chamber. Air conditioning is installed in every room, there are connections for TV and Internet.

The apartment is perfect for both permanent and seasonal living.

Property information:

Residential complex Sorento Sole Mare built in 2013. For guests and owners, there are: internal gardens and recreation areas, pedestrian zones and alleys for walking, a two-level swimming pool, a closed and guarded territory with video cameras, public Parking.

Location:

The resort of Sveti Vlas (Sveti Vlas) Bulgaria is a small cozy town on the southern coast of Bulgaria.

Saint Vlas belongs to the Burgas region and is part of the community of Nessebar. The resort received the status of a city in 2006. But the creation of the resort area began here after the opening of the sanatorium for the treatment of lung diseases. In 1963, St. Vlas was recognized as a climatic seaside resort.

Sveti Vlas is located at the junction of the mountains and the sea, in the northern part of the bay, directly opposite the ancient city of Nessebar, included in the UNESCO list of specially protected sites.

In the central part of the bay is the famous resort of Bulgaria – Sunny Beach, the northern edge of which smoothly passes into the first buildings of St. Vlas.

From the main square of St. Vlas to the center of Sunny Beach-5 km, and to the city of Nessebar-10 km.

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