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Rural House Only 15 Km From Lovech
| Ref. ID: BG-23081||propertiesinbulgaria.com |
| Category:||Residential Property featuring:|
- Rivers and Lakes;
- Rural and Eco Life;
- Birds and Nature;
| Region:||Veliko Tarnovo Region|
| Description:||Rural House Only 15 km from Lovech|
| Outside:||Fenced garden with farm-buildings|
| Land:||1,000 m2 (~10,760 sq.ft.)|
(seller's asking net price is highlighted; other prices are for reference use only using Bulgarian Central Bank's exchange rates of the day)
The village is located 12 km from the historic town of Lovech, on the borderline between the first hills of the Balkan Mountain and the Danube plain. It is easily reached for about an hour and a quarter drive from Sofia, mostly on the North motorway of the country. The village is located in an agricultural region where people still live in a traditional rural way and produce mainly for their own use. South of the village, gentle hills mark the beginning of the more mountainous area which leads further south to the Troyan Balkan Area, one of the nicest and best preserved national parks in the country.
Near the village starts a small river that goes through the gentle hills down to Osam River, popular among local fishermen. For the serious ones there are three reservoirs in close proximity. Agriculture, fishing and hunting are the main activities in this non-industrial region. Nowadays, Lovech is known for its rakia (the local grape brandy) and red wine.
The village is conveniently located several minutes drive from Lovech which itself is an attractive destination with the old quarter, the fortress ruins and the unique wooden bridge. In this town, as well as in Pleven further north, one can find shops, banks and all modern necessities. Tourist attractions in the region include the Devetaki Cave (where archeologists found one of the first human settlements in Europe), the Kakrina Inn (closely related to the history of the Bulgarian independence) and the Staro Stefanovo architectural reservation. Further south, the Troyan Balkan area which is famous for its preserved nature, historic sights and the famous Troyan pottery. Westwards, near the village of Orliane, the ex-communist leader from Soviet times has built a special villa to enjoy hunting at the local natural preservation.
The House is in poor condition and needs serious work.
Ground floor: Two rooms, cellar with shelter.
Second floor: A nice winding staircase finishing aristocratic porch, two large bright double bedrooms, one smaller room with hanging closet.
Outside: 1000 m2 fenced garden. Summer kitchen with bathroom. Old farm-building. Two wells. Fuit-trees and trellis vine.