Situated on the third floor, this is a gorgeous apartment - interior design magazine Ideal Home has run a feature story about it.
You enter via the entrance lobby. Here you will find the security panel – controlling the movement sensors in each room. The front door itself has triple drop-locks for maximum security. In the lobby, too, is the entry phone for greeting your visitors.
Inside, the living room is bright and sunny with a large window along one wall, a big sofa, comfortable easy chairs, flat-panel TV, contemporary lighting, and a stylish dining area. A smart wood parquet floor stretches through this apartment, and a door leads out on to the small balcony.
The Italian-designed kitchen, comes equipped with everything: Bosch oven, microwave, fridge, deep-freeze, extractor fan and washing-up machine. There is lots of storage for your supplies and cooking utensils, and plenty of space for cooking. There is even a coffee machine.
The utility area comes complete with a washer-drier.
Leading off the lobby is the bedroom, with striking wallpaper and another large window. There’s a stylish bed with bedside tables, built-in shelving, two-tone paint, plus a wardrobe and shelves for storing your clothes. The bedroom has a door directly on to the balcony.
Next to your bedroom is the bathroom, strikingly decorated with black tiles, and featuring the shower, toilet, heated towel-rail, good storage, and an extractor fan.
Unusually for Sofia, the whole apartment is fully air-conditioned – a boon at the height of summer… this is a city that can get extremely hot. And of course it has full central heating.
This apartment has wi-fi Internet access already installed, and accessible from every room. There is cable TV and you will find lots of other thoughtful touches – like a state-of-the-art telephone system, and plenty of electrical points throughout the apartment.
The apartment comes with its own parking space in the underground car park below – with automatic light sensors, and direct access via both elevator and stairs to the living floors. Cars enter the car park from the ground floor via a vehicle elevator.