New-built family hotel in charming mountain village near Borovets Ski Centre - a beautiful ecological area attracting tourists during the whole year. Rila Mountain offers lots of opportunities for an exciting holiday: skiing and snow boarding in the winter, mountain climbing, hill walking, hunting, horse riding in the summer. Or if you prefer water sports and fishing - there is a large lake nearby and a crystal clean mountain river running by the village. The hotel was recently finished and has use permit yet some finishing work is still needed. Total living area of 278 m2.
Ground floor: Veranda. Launch with fireplace. Kitchen/dining room. WC. One bedroom with en-suite bathroom.
First floor: Three bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms.
Second floor: Two bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms.
Outside: 703m2 garden with beautiful panoramic mountain views.
|PROPERTY FACTSHEET |
Property: B&B (Residential)
Region: Borovets Region
Land: 703 m2
Total Built-Up Area: 278 m2
|(seller's asking net price is highlighted; other prices are for reference use only using Bulgarian Central Bank's exchange rates of the day)||
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