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Private house in Jurmala for sale!

350,000 €
  • Total area
    207 m²
  • Land area
    940 m²
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Features
  • Total rooms: 4
  • 2-floor building
  • 2 floor
  • Balcony or terrace

The house is located in Jurmala, Vaivari district, Imantas street. The area is mainly built-up with private houses, a few minutes walk from the beach of the Gulf of Riga (500 m). Excellent infrastructure — nearby is the Vaivari rehabilitation center with a swimming pool and a cafe, restaurant Prospekts 55 and a school. A few minutes away is the area of ​​Kauguri with the supermarkets RIMI and Maxima, as well as a grocery market. It is convenient to get to Riga and the center of Jurmala by personal car, train or taxi. This is a perfect offer for a family! The territory of the house is fenced and has an automatic gate at the entrance. Small (940 m²) well-groomed land plot with plantings, fruit trees and lawn, paved walkways and parking at the house. There is a separate convenient place for BBQ. There are 2 floors in the house. On the 1st floor there is an entrance hall, guest bathroom, spacious living room with fireplace and large windows, kitchen and dining area with access to the terrace and courtyard, garage for 1 car, technical room. On the second floor of the house there is a master bedroom with a bathroom with a bath, 2 more spacious bedrooms and a bathroom with shower.

The house has gas heating, city water and sewage.

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