In many places in Europe, the price per square meter is much lower than in Bulgaria
The bubble in the real estate market in our country continues to inflate. The average price per square meter already reaches 1,600 euros, and in many places the square meter goes for more than 2,000 euros. In the center of Sofia, the prices of two-room apartments are around 350,000 euros, and the square meter reaches up to 5,000 euros.
In the districts of the capital, on average, two-room apartments go for about 150,000 euros, and three-room apartments for about 230,000 euros. In Varna and Burgas, two-room apartments have an average price of 110,000 euros.
What can be bought for these prices in Europe?
For 255,000 euros, the same as an apartment in the capital’s Mladost district, you can get a charming stone villa in the French village of Tournon d’Agenais. With its idyllic setting at the end of a lane, this 19th-century property offers a peaceful retreat. The villa has one spacious bedroom and a cozy mezzanine that can be used as a second bedroom. Outside, a refreshing pool awaits you, perfect for those hot summer days. The property is set in over three hectares of low maintenance gardens and woodland offering stunning views of the picturesque city.
For 157,000 euros, instead of a two-room apartment in a neighborhood, you can get a house and a large yard in Sweden. This villa in Göinge has six spacious bedrooms, a modern kitchen and living room, and an outdoor heated pool.
If you’re a fan of charming non-standard homes, you can find one for €44,000 in Finland. With a spacious living area of 81.5 sq m, this 2 bedroom 1 bathroom property in Savero offers plenty of space for you and your loved ones.
A house in Mattino, Italy, which has three bedrooms and two bathrooms costs €69,000.
The property market in Europe is very colorful. For prices between 80,000 and 150,000 euros, you can buy a villa in Tuscany, as well as a house with a courtyard in France and Sweden.
At the same time, in the smaller cities of Croatia, Slovenia, Portugal and others, the square meter goes for around 1100-1200 euros on average. In some towns in Italy, the square meter even goes for around 700 euros.