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Townhome – Ljubljana, Slovenia

450,000 €
  • Total area
    250 m²
  • Land area
    419 m²
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  • Built in 2005
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Internet
  • Garden

Two-storey house in the suburbs of Ljubljana.

The house, built in 2005, features a beautiful landscaped garden. It is located on a quiet street very close to the green area, away from the noise of the city and the main road. Nearby all infrastructure and 12 min. by car to Ljubljana. Designed for the most comfortable living. Large panoramic windows let in a lot of sun and light, while tall rooms provide the best architectural functionality. All rooms have access to terraces or covered balconies (50 m²).

House with a total area of 250 m², incl. 190 m² useful area. The plot of 419 m² includes a part in front of the house where you can park several cars, a part under the house and a garden around the house.

On the ground floor there is a premise with a separate entrance from the street, where there is a heat pump, a small basement, a toilet and a bathroom with a shower, a room, a kitchen with a dining room and a living room in one and with access to the garden. Both the dining room and the living room have access to a beautiful granite terrace.

On the second floor there is a living room, a bathroom with a shower and a bath, three bedrooms with a balcony.

House of high quality construction. Floors — oak parquet, natural African oak, otherwise — ceramics and marble. All windows and doors are decorated with slats. The entrance is decorated with two decorative pillars. Two Schidel chimneys allow for a fireplace. Roof — Bramac.

All communications in the ground, electricity, water, natural gas connection in the house, high-speed internet — optics, vacuum sewerage, street lighting, asphalt. Heating with a heat pump, which allows you to have economical utility costs for the maintenance of the house.

Parking for at least 4 cars.

Nearby are: kindergarten, clinic, pharmacy, shops, bus stop.


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