A front side of the house from a garden

The village is located 25km from the city of Vratsa; 145 km. from Sofia and a few kilometres to the national road to Romania. A quiet village with requirable amenities, without ethnic minorities.

The property is located on a very centre of the village. A neighbouring house was bought by British family 2 years ago.

The house is a two storey building. Bases are stone, there aren’t cracks on walls and roof is in good condition.

There is a corridor, kitchen and 3 rooms on each floor. Rooms need some finishing works as well as furniture.

Each floor’s area is 65sq.m.

The plot is 2000sq.m.There is small agricultural building 50 sq.m, a well and many fruit-trees as well as the main house. Electricity and water mains are connected to the property.

Main house and additional building are in very good condition, with stone foundations, massive bricks and a steady roof.

All houses around are habitable and quite friendly families live in them.
Surrounding nature and easy access to highway and neighbouring cities are main reasons 3 or 4 houses to be bought by British families. There is a river on one end of it and a lake a few hundred meters away from the village where fishing competitions take place.
The price for a yard with these dimensions and a massive house with an additional building is low. In spite of all it is adjustable.

For more information, please, don’t hesitate asking me.

Price : 8250 Euros

Some more information about the region :

Vratsa Region is situated in the eastern part of Northwestern Bulgaria. It is bounded by the regions of Montana, Lovech, Pleven and Sofia. To the north it borders the Danube, hence Romania. The territory of the region covers part of the Danubian plain and parts of the Balkan Mountains. The Ogosta, Skat and Iskar rivers cross the region. Map of District Montana the international highway Central Europe – Krajowa – Vidin – Sofia – Kulata – Thessalonica passes through Vratza Region too. The Iskar gorge connects the region to the lands situated south to the Balkan Mountains.

With its diverse, unique and beautiful nature Vratza Region offers great opportunities for tourism – amateur, ecological, rural, hunting, cave tourism and alpinism. Among the protected areas are the Vratza Balkan Nature Park, Vratza Karst Reserve, Ledenika Cave, Skaklya waterfall, Vratzata gorge of the Leva River, Bozhi Most (God’s bridge), a cliff bridge near the village of Lilyache, Ritlite cliff formations near Lyutibrod village, the 15 venerable oaks called Kitkata near Byala Slatina, Vola (Kamata) – the place where Hristo Botev found his death.
There are a lot of archeological and historic monuments in the region. Of particular value are treasures masterpieces of Thracian art. Vratza treasure of the 4th century BC was discovered on the Mogilan hill in Vratza. Near the village of Rogozen in 1986 a treasure dated back to the 4th-5th centuries BC was uncovered, which belonged to a Thracian notable family – the biggest treasure ever found. In includes 165 items made of massive silver with gilt. On the Borovan hill there are remains of an ancient Thracian fortress. The monasteries offer unique environment of peace and serenity – the Cherepish Monastery, Strupesh Monastery, the Monastery of Archangel Michael near the village of Dolna Beshovitsa, etc. Botev’s Path memorial complex is another unique site. It is a 120 km long path starting from the legendary Radetzky steamboat to the place where Botev, Bulgaria’s poet and revolutionist, found his heroic death.