Sunset Resort

€ 45000
Status: Under Offer

Appreciating Assets are delighted to offer for sale this fully furnished 3rd floor studio apartment with a total floor area of approximately 60 square metres plus terrace in Block E of the fantastic Sunset Resort in Pomorie for the great price of only 45,000 euros for this specific sought-after holiday complex.


Property Description

This studio comprises of 47 square metres of internal private living space plus 13 square metres of additional communal area and consists of a living room with kitchen/dining area as well as a fully tiled bathroom with shower and WC. Studio properties in the upper-end of the Black Sea coastal property market such as Pomorie, make fantastic sense as any potential buyer with a limited budget can still acquire a property in a fantastic resort and still avail of all of the same amenities and facilities that that holiday resort has to offer, yet at a fraction of the price that say someone else who purchases a large 2 or 3 bedroom apartment on one of the upper floors. Generally speaking, properties in each development tend to change hands at a set price per square metre at any given time, however studio apartments often go for a little more because of the aforementioned reason that people will expect to pay a minimum amount (entry level) for any property depending on that location and what the resort has to offer. This particular studio is currently priced very reasonably on that basis. This studio is already fully-furnished, so is ready-to-go and would suit a couple or small family. Condition is excellent and the decor is very neutral and aesthetically pleasing, very much in keeping with the high standards imposed by this up-market development.


Key Facts on Sunset Resort

Sunset Resort is located in the town of Pomorie, with a great south west orientation. It is only 15 minutes away from Burgas International airport and less than 20 minutes from the city of Burgas itself, the second biggest city on the Black Sea coast. Sunny Beach, the most famous resort of the Bulgarian Black Sea is also less than 15 minutes away as is the ancient and historical town of Nessebar, which is rightly famous for its architecture and archaeology

Sunset Resort is located right beside a 400 metre long (quarter-mile) beautiful natural sandy beach in the new quarter of Pomorie. It is close to the main motorway for Burgas to Varna, which connects the hotel compound with the city of Burgas, the antique Nessebar, as well as with the largest and most popular holiday destination on the Black Sea Coast, Sunny Beach.

The South Beach of Pomorie stretches down a quiet gulf in the Black Sea coast. Remarkably, it is one of the safest beaches in Bulgaria, having very slight surf and almost no tide. It has a total length of approximately 1 km and width of up to 100 metres in places, so very wide and long.

The luxury five-star Sunset Resort comprises 5 Aparthotel and 6 deluxe waterfront villas, on a total built up area of 115 000 square metres. The four outdoor swimming pools offer various water attractions and include two pool bars, all expanding on a total area of more than 3 500 square metres.

Sunset Resort has a huge range of facilities in addition to the wonderful swimming pools, including; cocktail bars, restaurants, shops, outdoor cafes, and so on with the added benefit that all are set in extensive private grounds. There are beautiful views of the sea and, indeed, towards the Stara Planina Mountain. This is a luxurious resort that is the envy of many in Europe with all the leisure facilities and services you could possibly wish for - a great choice for a high class vacation.

The quality of the Sunset Resort development is evident from the moment you arrive and is mirrored by the quality of build and finishes in these lovely apartments. This resort complex overlooks the crystal blue waters of the Black Sea, and these apartments make for great summer homes or alternatively as rental properties to the booming holiday market. 

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.