For sale it is offered:
Three-storey house with 4 bedrooms
Cost: 1,100,000 euros.
Support fee: 5000 euros
Total area of the house: 420 sq. m.
2000 euro deposit,
100% when signing a notarial act on the right of ownership.
On the first floor of the house there is an entrance hall, three bedrooms, a bathroom. On the second floor there is a fitness room, a technical room, a bathroom, a kitchen/ living room with a seating area, a veranda. 3rd floor-a bedroom with a bathroom. The large kitchen is equipped with everything you need, there is enough space for household appliances. The house is fully furnished down to the carpets and dishes, everything is new — no one lived in the house. All rooms are equipped with air conditioning, in the cold season, the fireplace provides heat. In front of the house there is a separate swimming pool for 4 houses.
The Sozopolis complex is an elite cottage village with a good landscape design, created as a reflection of the old Sozopol with its unique architecture and style, with characteristic red roofs and gable houses. All the houses in Sozopolis are of excellent quality and provide comfortable accommodation, a lot of free space and a panoramic view of the sea. On the territory there is a swimming pool with a bar, a Jacuzzi, a supermarket, a gym, restaurants, a SPA, a massage area. Quiet and fresh air on the very beach, nightlife and entertainment — 10 minutes by car. For children, there are open and closed playgrounds with slides and swings, there is a children's pool.
The complex has water supply and power supply systems. a number of mobile operators offer their services, there is Internet and cable TV. The entrance to Sozopolis is on a good paved road. Two kilometers away there is a yacht marina, which has 200 seats for boats and yachts
Sozopol is an ancient large city in the south-east of the country. According to the classics of the genre of Bulgarian cities, it is divided into two parts: new and old. The sights of Sozopol are mainly concentrated in its old part: there are tombs, ancient temples, the remains of an amphitheater, and local museums.
In 1974, the old part of the city was named an architectural and archaeological reserve. There are 200 rare buildings in the Renaissance style. The foundations are laid with stone, and the brick walls are lined with wood. The roofs are covered with high-quality Turkish tiles. The city is surrounded by a medieval fortress wall with towers, partially restored. There are also an ancient Byzantine granary, a water supply dating from the 5th century BC, a wooden well of the IV-III centuries BC, a chapel of the XIII-XIV centuries.
The distance to the city of Sozopol is 3.5 km
The distance to Burgas Airport is 30 km