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Multi-tasking new villa for home, office or parties

On a side-street in the central area of Mihai Eminescu, this furnished villa, with facilities for a home, receptions and an office, is available for sale

February 2010 - From the Print Edition

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With modern and clean architecture, the villa has eight rooms, including five bedrooms, each with its own bathroom, and two kitchens on the ground floor and first floor.
There is an open bar upstairs, which is perfect for holding small receptions and parties. The second floor can be used as office space, as it includes a room furnished for a library and another room for two desks, where a small business can run.
Built into the basement is also a large cellar, suitable for keeping wine and preserves. Behind the house the owners have planted small fir trees, which look spectacular in the snow, and there is also a summer terrace.
The villa does not have a garage, but there is parking space for two cars in the back yard and another two can be placed in front of the house. The villa is equipped with central heating, air conditioning and a security system including surveillance cameras.

Inside Facts:
Price: 1.3 million Euro
Built: 2008
Built area: 434 sqm
Floors: four
For more information:
contact Felicia Craciun at Capital Imob on 0740 589 969

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