Nivyanin is a quiet village 40 km from town of Vratsa and 150 km from Sofia without ethnical minorities. The property is a little bit aside from the center at the end of the village.

The house is with a ground floor and a first floor.

The ground floor has a corridor, a kitchen, a bedroom and a basement.

The first floor is with a corridor, two bedrooms and a stockroom. On the floor there is a terrace in two levels.

Each floor is 50 sq.m. and as a whole is in very good condition, with stone foundations, massive bricks and a steady roof.

The rooms need small repair work and repainting, which could be made by the neighbor also. He is living in the house across the street and he could do the work for about 800 Euro.

There is water, electricity and a draw-well in the yard. The yard has an impressive size of 4000 sq.m.

Close by the house there is a brick farm building.

The price for a yard with these dimensions and a massive house with an additional building is remarkably low. In spite of this it is under consideration.

Price : 5700 Euro.

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

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Tel: 00359896868941

Nikolay Genov

Some more information about the region :

The town of Vratsa is one of the prettiest cities in Bulgaria; and lies in the foothills of the spectacular „Vrachanska Planina mountains. The name of the town of Vratsa itself comes from the name of the spectacular gorge Vratsata (meaning the Door’) on Leva river. The town is a little over 100 km (one hour and 15 minutes) from 116km from Sofia and the airport.

The Vrachanski Balkan National Park has a greater concentration of caves in the whole of Bulgaria; the most famous of which, Ledenika is a tourist attraction of huge national significance. It is a source of water for the locally produce Ledenika Beer; and dazzles winter visitors with its fantastic ice decorations.
The Vrachanski Skali (Vratsa Rocks) offer wonderful opportunities for those who enjoy hiking whilst the rock massif „Vratsata hosts both national and international alpine-style climbing competitions.. It has an intimidating 400 meter high vertical wall, with more than 116 alpine tracks of Level 4 difficulty.
The existing mountains and forests are suitable for the development of different tourism types – hunting and fishing, skiing, photo-tourism, artistic camps etc.

Good opportunities exist for exercising different sport activities such as mountaineering, skiing (near Purshevitza Chalet), cycling, carting and more!

Vratsa offers wonderful welcoming hotels, pretty cafe bars and restaurants in cobbled streets and fountains close to benches where you may gaze at the mountain whilst enjoying an excellent coffee or high quality beer…At extremely reasonable prices!