Sunset Resort

€ 90000
Status: Under Offer

Appreciating Assets are delighted to offer this spacious 1 bedroom apartment of 64 m2 to the market at the very reasonable price of only 90,000 euro.

This 5th Floor , Sigma Block apartment , is ideally located on the front line of the development , making this property a rare find for the astute investor.

Sunset Resort is without doubt the finest development on Promori , and has become one of the most sought after developments for those seeking to buy a property of both quality and elegance.

Sunset resort comprises of 5 apart hotels and 6 luxurious boulevard villas with total built up area of 115 000 sq. m. The great number of swimming pools, pool bars and pool animation articles, the indoor swimming pool and the extensive private grounds of tropical trees, flowers and grasses with children’s water slides, outdoor cafes and cocktail bars, the huge number of restaurants, the Spa & Wellness Centre, the ball & conference room, the sport facilities, the shops, the kiddy club and beauty salon make Sunset Resort into a luxurious European resort with all the leisure facilities and services for a high class vacation.
Location: Perfectly orientated in a south westerly direction on the South Beach in the town of Pomorie, Sunset Resort is only 15 minutes drive from Burgas international airport and 20 minutes from the second biggest city on the Black Sea coast – Burgas. It is just 25 minutes drive from the most reputable Bulgarian Black Sea resort – Sunny beach and the accent town of Nessebar, which is proclaimed an architectural and archaeological reserve and included in the list of UNESCO.

Appreciating Assets Ltd strongly recommend that this property should be included in any inspection trip!
If you require any additional information , please do not hesitate to contact our professional sales team who will be happy to assist you in English , Bulgarian , Russian or Greek .

Pomorie - Background Information

Pomorie was founded by the Ancient Greeks under the name Anchialos (Greek: Αγχίαλος), deriving from Ancient Greek "anchi-" ("near, close to") and "als-" (either "salt" or a poetic and uncommon word for "sea"). In Latin, this was rendered as Anchialus. The Bulgars called the town Tuthom, though it's more common name in Bulgarian was Анхиало, Anhialo based on the Greek name. During the Ottoman rule, the town was called Ahyolu. In 1934 the town was renamed to Pomorie, from the Bulgarian "po-" (in this context "by, next to") and "more" ("sea"), corresponding to one of the two etymologies of the original Greek name.