The charming property is located in Lovech. The town is situated 120 km away from Sofia.
The living area spreads over 3 floors and it is 84 sq. m. big. The land is 1563 sq. m. big.
The house is all open plan first floor, fully tiled, wet room, plenty of room for Divan bed, plus fire.
The second floor is fully tiled, too. It offers open plan for kitchen breakfast bar, dining area, plus lounge with picture windows over looking the Balkans, space for fires (stoves), with veranda.
Solid wood flooring varnish is located on the third floor, with wet room, bedroom plus veranda.
The house has all new electrics, its own water supply, new septic tank, parking for plenty of cars, satilte dish for TV, COD security fitted. Wireless connection is available for internet, Skype etc.
Direct road leads to the old town Varosha.
The town of Lovech (44 262 inhabitants, about 200 metres above sea level) is picturesquely located along the two banks of the Osum River, where the last elevations of the Pre-Balkan Mountain end.
It is located at the distance of about 170 km to the north-east of Sofia, 90 km and 35 km to the south, of Nikopol and Pleven, respectively, at the distance of 35 km to the north of Troyan, 86 km to the west of Veliko Turnovo and 65 km to the north-west of Gabrovo. Lovech is one of the oldest and most interesting Bulgarian towns. It is also regional administrative centre.
The climate in the region is transitional from temperate to continental, and combines rainy springs, warm summers, sunny autumns and mild snowy winters. In the higher areas it is mountainous and combined with the fertile soils (chernozem, gray forest soils) is appropriate for the development of high farming agriculture. The water of the bigger rivers - Yantra, Rositsa, Vit and Osam - is used for drinking and irrigation. In order to preserve some valuable plant and fauna species some nature reserves have been created in the Southern mountainous region.
The nature has been extremely magnanimous to the region, for it is a junction of the Balkan range and the Danube plain.