We offer to your attention a 3-bedroom apartment located in kv. Ovcha Kupel.
Near the building is located metro station Mizia, which is part of the third metro line in the capital.
There is a magnificent view of Vitosha Mountain and Kukuriak Park
The layouts of the apartments are very functional.
The immediate vicinity of New Bulgarian University is one of the amenities.
Good and balanced ratio between quality and price.
Nearby are the neighborhoods of Pavlovo, Boyana, Knyazhevo, Krasno selo, Krasna Polyana.
The building consists of one entrance and 7 above ground floors, distributed as follows:
– the storage rooms are positioned in the basement floor, where parking is decided with garages and outlined single, as well as outdoor parking spaces;
– ground floor – there are 9 garages and one one-bedroom apartment;
– from the second and to the sixth floor – one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments with functional layout
-seventh floor offers two two-bedroom and one two-bedroom apartment with wide terraces.
Time-tested technologies and materials are used, and new good practices are not neglected.
Prices include VAT. Act 16 is expected in 2026.
Q. "Ovcha Kupel" in its old part is built exclusively with single-family houses. They are built mainly with panel and EPC blocks. For several years now, the vacant plots have been built with new brick cooperatives. Currently, the construction of new residential buildings in the area is quite dynamic.
In the old part of the sq. "Ovcha Kupel" is located Bus Station "West", from which the buses depart to the Vitosha Mountain.
There are also PGSS, 151 SOUPI, which is near Tsarigradsko shose Blvd. "Boycho Boychev", NBU (New Bulgarian University) – near Blvd. Montevideo", 4th Multiprofile Hospital for Active Treatment – second base and 21st Diagnostic and Consultative Center, which are also located on Tsarigradsko shose Blvd. Montevideo."
The transport lines that serve the neighborhood are:
Buses - No 107, 103, 73, 260;
Trams - No 11, 5;
Over the past few years, many new buildings and complexes have been built in the Ovcha Kupel district. This has made the neighborhood a preferred place to buy homes. The increased supply of new properties has made the average price per sq.m of area acceptable to buyers, and the proximity to New Bulgarian University is a prerequisite for purchase for investment and renting .