This good-looking rural house built in 1933 is placed at the very centre of a historical village just 18 km. away from the pictorial town of Lovech.The nearest airport is located in the capital of Bulgaria, it is about 150km away.
The house consists of two floors (one of which half-dug into the ground) and spreads over a total of 50 sq. m. place for living. In short the outlook of rooms is as follows:
Ground floor comprises two constructions one of which is located for living and the another one-used for breeding animals. If properly be redesigned both rooms can turn into a traditional Bulgarian tavern (mechana) or a enormous guest-room. The construction of the flooring is earthen and the walls are plastered or natural stone.
First floor comprises three bedrooms and a kitchen with earthen flooring, plastered walls and beautiful wooden window frames.
There is provided electricity. The runnings water both inside and out and a septic tank are supplied. Upon a request the telephone can also be easily installed. The property necessitates of major restoration in order to become ready to settle down. An attractive garden (700 sq. m.) can be used for growing fruit and vegetables and an outbuilding and a barn give lots of possibilities for upgrading.
The village is very small but well-developed with a number of shops, supermarkets and pubs and a well-known museum dating from the Russian-Turkish war. Marvelous rural nature spreads everywhere around the place and attaches to the unique magnificence and magnetism of this small piece of paradise!