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Regenerační centrum na P 4
Czech Republic
Regenerační centrum

RE/MAX Harmony nabízí kompletně zařízené regenerační centrum se stabilní klientelou na P4 o velikosti cca 200m2. Centrum působí na trhu již 10 let, v centru se nachází kadeřnictví, kosmetika, pedikúra, manikúra, masáže, 4 solária, sauna a ost. Vchod je přímo z ulice, možnost parkování před centrem. Odstupné za zařízení dle dohody, při rychlém jednání výrazná sleva. V případě zájmu volejte prosím na tel. 731 618 466

Cena: 46,500 Kč (Měsíc).

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Uploadet: 04/09/2008
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