A charming traditional house in the region of Veliko Tarnovo, nice area where the Danube plain meets the hills of the Balkan mountain range - an area known with its quality wine. The village keeps the typical rural atmosphere. There are several shops, cafe-shop, a pub, a school and a church in it. Local people make their living mainly by traditional organic agriculture. Only 30 km is the distance to Veliko Tarnovo and 15 km from Sofia - Varna highway junction.
Main House with 180 m2 living area. Ground Floor: corridor, living room with beautiful wood-carving on the ceiling - a rare piece of art of Troyan wood-carving school, kitchen, laundry, larder. First Floor: corridor, two bedrooms and bathroom.
Guest House with 180 m2 living area. It consists of living/bedroom, kitchen, laundry and bathroom.
Outside: Large garden - 1,650 m2 with irrigating system, farm-buildings, orchard, bar-b-q and fountain.
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Property: House/Villa (Residential)
Region: Veliko Tarnovo Region
Location: Mihaltsi Village
Outside: Large garden, guesthouse, farm-buildings, orchard, bar-b-q
Land: 1,650 m2
Total Built-Up Area: 250 m2
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