This house for sale in Bulgaria is positioned in a nice and tranquil village 15km away from Svilengrad, 55km away from one of the famous towns in Bulgaria-Elhovo, 28km to the Turkish Border and 151km away from the international airport in Burgas- sea city.
The rural Bulgarian house is two storey brick built one and has total living area of 130sq.m distributed between:
First floor: a kitchen, dinning room, living room and bathroom with toilet.
External staircase leads to the second floor where there are four bedrooms. The village house situated near Elhovo is in good condition with stable construction and needs only slightly refreshments in case to be perfect for leaving. If you need help our professional builders can help you with your ideas. The house is supplied with electricity and running water both inside and outside the Bulgarian home. The road leading to it is asphalt and reachable all year round.
Telephone can be installing upon request. Internet and satellite TV are available in the village.
The garden that belongs to the cheap Bulgarian house is 1800sq.m big. Planted with many fruit trees (plums, cherries, apricots and a big walnut).
Sakar is one of the richest regions in Bulgaria in terms of endangered birds of prey populations. It is widely known for the wines produced in the area, but tobacco growing remains a leading occupation. The mountain offers good conditions for those who are keen on hunting. The region's most important administrative centre is the town of Topolovgrad in Haskovo Province. The town of Simeonovgrad itself is set on both banks of the Maritsa River. Three bridges connect the town's two parts. Near Simeonovgrad lie the ruins of the Ancient Roman and Byzantine fortress of Constantia from the Late Antiquity (4th century AD), which developed into one of the large towns of Northern Thrace until the beginning of the 13th century. The dominant religion is Eastern Orthodox Christianity. The town has two churches, the Church of the Most Holy Mother of God in the town centre and the Church of St. Nicholas the Thaumaturge in the Zlati dol quarter. Former name of it was "Seymen" which meaning "Brave Turk from Middle Anatolia". The place is extremely suitable for relaxation during the weekends, away from the noise in the towns. Do not miss this offer, the price is really attractive!