We offer to you property that represent recently renovated two bedroom stone house in authentic Bulgarian style located in the centre of a picturesque village, 55 km from Varna .The nearest airport is 50 km away. The village is small, but clean and well-organized. There are all the necessary amenities: two shops, pub. Several English families live permanently in the village. This property is beautifully presented and fully modernized. It is all made of stone and the architecture fits perfectly into the environment in which it is established. High-quality PVC joinery and heat-insulation is provided. This generous accommodation of 110 square meters consists of an entrance-hall, a living room, two bedrooms, a bathroom and a WC. The house has been recently refurbished in authentic Bulgarian style: new PVC window frames with dark oak pattern, thermal insulation, gypsum plaster-boards, switches and plugs installed. There is an option to fit in floorings and tiles according to your personal taste. The garden is quite extensive and covers 1100 square meters. Electricity, running water and septic tank are also provided. Asphalted road leads to the house that make the property reachable all the time in the year. The area is quite picturesque. Regular bus transportation to Novi Pazar, Shumen and Varna is available. The cultural history of the region dates back to the Neolithic Age. Prehistoric communal cultures, mound necropolises, a great number of Thracian mounds and fortified settlements and Roman fortresses have been found in Shumen Region. Many archeological landmarks related to the history of the First Bulgarian Kingdom have remained. The monumental remnants of the first capital cities of Bulgaria – Pliska and Veliki Preslav – have been discovered there. The literary schools of Pliska and Preslav were founded in the 9th century establishing Bulgaria as a center of the Slavic culture and the reign of Tsar Simeon is dubbed the “Golden Century of Bulgarian Culture”. The cult site near the village of Madara has been worshipped by the Thracians and then by the Bulgars. The unique bas-relief of the Madara horseman (Madarski konnik), included in the UNESCO World Heritage List, is located in this region. Shumen boasts the Monument to 1300 Years of Bulgaria, regarded as the only monument in the world to depict the history of a whole country from its creation to the present day. Other places of note are the Shumen fortress, Tombul Mosque,and Shumen Plato National park. Do not miss this good opportunity to have own house near the sea!