INTERESTATE
Real Estate Agency
Bulgaria, Burgas
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4, Ivan Shishman Str, fl 1, 8000 Burgas
Tel. +359 56 821900, mob. +359 89 8592072
skype: val_valkov, e-mail: office@interestates.eu
Ref. No.: AL722
Apartment with three rooms
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“Green Paradise 2” complex is located in the town of Primorsko,50km. away from Bourgas city,150m. away from the Aquapark,350m. away from the beach and 250m. away from the center of the town.The combination of wood and sea complete the perfect atmosphere for relaxation and rest.

The town of Primorsko is well developed-it has all the nessecities  for holiday or permanent living:shops,supermarkets,restaurants,cafes,aquapark,entertainment places,playgrounds,post office,medical center,pharmacies,two beaches with clean water and golden sands.

The center is only 5 minutes walk,3 minutes walk to the aquapark of the town.The “Ropotamo” reserv is in 6km. distance.It is named by the Ropotamo river because of its location near it.There you could enjoy the nature,the large rocks overhanging the sea,the rare animals and birds.Next to it is located the “Acutino” reserv.

Characteristics of the apartments:constructed with brick walls and insolation sistem;tiles flooring in the kitchen,the hallway and in the bathrooms,laminate flooring in the bedrooms,fully equipped bathrooms,painted walls,massive front door,PVC windows,cable TV and internet.The meintanance fee is 8 euro per sq.m. per year without VAT.

The complex offers a whole year security and camera surveillance,a swimming pool with childrens area,a restaurant,a reception,wi-fi,barbeque,relaxation area,underground parking lot.

No commission from the buyer.

Deadline of construction:August 2014.

Facilities

Bus Station, Taxi, Lift

Region info

Primorsko (Bulgarian: Приморско) is a town in southeastern Bulgaria, part of Burgas Province. A well-known resort on the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast, it is located on a gore 52 km south of Burgas and has a beach strip of about 1 km². The average temperature is 27°C in July, often reaching 30-33°C and making Primorsko a favourable place for tourism. The rivers Ropotamo and Dyavolska reka run close to the town, and the Snake Island reserve is also nearby. Remains of stone anchors from the second half of the 2nd millennium and the 1st millennium BC have been discovered in the waters around Primorsko, which can possibly be linked to Thracian navigation. Remains of lead anchors from the 4th-5th century BC have also been found, as well as traces of Copper Age pottery and stone tools. Valchanovo kale, the ruins of a nearby medieval fortress, which inhabited from the Early Iron Age to the Late Middle Ages, are often linked with the fortress of Ranouli mentioned in the Hambarli inscription of Krum of Bulgaria. Medieval amphoras and pottery have been found in the mouth of the Ropotamo, and the ancient waystation and fortress of Gera is thought to have been located on Maslen nos. Ottoman documents of the 16th century mention a locality called Zonarita in the area. The eastern traveller Evliya Çelebi marks a cove by the name of Küprü liman at the place. During the Ottoman rule of Bulgaria, there existed a pier used to transport Strandzha wood and charcoal to Constantinople and other major cities. The modern Primorsko was founded in 1879 as Kyupriya by four families from Zabernovo and Balgari who cleared the forest and built houses. In the vicinity were two abandoned Circassian villages; the Circassians had fled to Turkey fearing retribution for their atrocities in Bulgaria. Other Bulgarians from Central Strandzha came and briefly populated these villages, but then decided that Kyupriya's pier is a better source of income, and soon moved there despite the danger of malaria which Dyavolsko blato (Devil's Swamp) constituted. Primorsko was declared a national sea resort in 1953. In 1981, it was merged with Kiten and became a town, and in 1998 it split from Tsarevo municipality by means of a local referendum. One of the smaller towns in Bulgaria by population, Primorsko has seen a remarkable increase of residents in recent years, topping the list of Bulgarian towns by population growth between December 2004 and June 2005 with 13.5%.

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