Old Town Nessebar, Excellent Investment, For Sale or Swap


  • Bike Paths
  • Boating
  • Clubhouse
  • Controlled Access
  • Courtyard
  • Disposal
  • Fireplace
  • Fitness Center
  • Gas Range
  • Microwave
  • Playground
  • Public Transportation
  • Spa
  • Swimming Pool
  • Tile Floors
  • TV Cable


Now reduced in price .

Also available for long term rental, Price €3,500 per year.

Possible swap for a villa , Possibility to convert to shop, Bar or Restaurant.

This is our own 2 bed, two bathroom apartment / house on the Historic Old Town of Nessebar & is now available for sale or swap (part exchange with cash adjustment).
Located close to Michaels Eco Bar & just a few minutes walk to the beach.
The property was fully renovated several years ago at a considerable expense, Everything is new , floors, electrics, plumbing,ceilings, kitchen, bathrooms,windows etc.
The property has two bathrooms which are expensivly fitted , Kitchen Diner , Two good sized Bedrooms,Living room.
Outside there is a rear courtyard & gated access on to the street.
The property also has a very large dry cellar that is perfect for storage or conversion in to more bedrooms Etc.
Possibility to convert to shop, Bar or Restaurant.
Viewing is by appointment only
The ancient town of Nessebar is situated on a romantic rocky peninsula connected to the mainland by a narrow causeway. The peninsula is about 850 metres long and 300 metres wide. It is located 36 km to the northeast of Burgas and 430 km east of the capital Sofia.
Nessebar is one of the most ancient towns in Europe with a history going back 7,000 years. Sitting on a small rock peninsula with a narrow causeway linking it to the mainland, it has an unique appearance and atmosphere. This is due in part to its amazing mixture of architecture, which includes the ruins of over 40 churches dating from the 3rd century, Roman and Greek pavements and beautiful houses from the 16th century and later. It is also, however, because its beaches are considered to be some of the finest on the Black Sea coast.
Many visitors to Nessebar prefer to stay in the old quarter for sightseeing, enjoying the narrow cobblestone lanes and old wooden houses with strings of dried fish hanging from their roofs. The town was declared an architectural and archaeological reserve in 1958 and UNESCO declared Nessebar a World Heritage City in 1983. Its sights include the 6th century Basilica, a Turkish bath and windmill and sections of the fortress wall that once surrounded the town.
Other visitors like to walk along the peninsula to discover the mainland beaches of fine golden sand. Whether enjoying the quiet of the old town or the busy beaches and watersports facilities on the mainland coast, Nessebar is one of Bulgaria’s finest attractions.
More Pictures & details are available upon request.

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