Romania’s most expensive villa on sale costs EUR 8 mln, says

Newsroom 20/05/2015 | 10:48 made on the basis of tenders for sale, a ranking of the most expensive villas available for sale in Romania’s largest cities. The list includes both old buildings with historical value and newer constructions. Owners’ asking prices get to EUR 8 million in the Capital City, but are below the threshold of EUR 2 million in the other analyzed regional centers, according to a press release.

In the Capital City, in the University area, a 25-room villa, built in 1920, has an asking price of EUR 8 million. The house has a floor area of 1,800 square meters and is located on a plot of 2,340 square meters.

In the Romana area, a villa completed in 1935 can be purchased with EUR 7 million. It has 18 rooms and a floor area of nearly 2,000 square meters. The property includes a plot of 2,566 square meters and has 25 parking spaces.

In Timisoara, in Mehala area, a 1996 villa, with 2 floors, is listed on at a price of EUR 850,000. The house consists of 12 rooms, has a floor area of 500 square meters and a 3,000 square meters plot.

In the Braytim area, an eight-room villa, completed in 2008, has an asking price of EUR 850,000. The house has a floor area of about 500 square meters and a plot of 2,500 square meters.

In Brasov, in the historical center, a 28-room villa, built in 1930, is available for sale for the amount of EUR 1.85 million. The building has a floor area of 822 square meters and a plot of nearly 950 square meters.

In Constanta, the Mihai Eminescu area, a villa with direct sea view, built in 2010, has an asking price of EUR 1.25 million. The house has 10 rooms, a floor area of 475 sqm and a 500 sqm plot.

In Cluj-Napoca, in Gheorgheni area, an eight-room villa, built in 2007, has a listed value of EUR 1.6 million. It has a floor area of 500 sqm and a 12,500 sqm plot.


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