We are selling a Bulgarian-style house in the village of Blaskovo, the largest village in the Municipality of Provadia, which is 60 km away. from the city of Varna and 15 km. from the town of Provadia. The property consists of two plots, each 870 sq.m., one of which has a two-story house of 110 sq.m. Major renovation of the house and replacement of the roof was done in 1980. The kitchen area needs partial renovation, the bedrooms and upper floor are in good condition. The exterior plaster has been preserved. Very good internal plaster, the floor throughout the house is pine boards in a natural look. A concreted and plastered cellar is located under the upper floor. The bathroom is internal, but together with the toilet are in need of repair. Lot of electricity and water, well, fruit trees, outbuildings, some of which are dilapidated. The village has a kindergarten, primary school, church, doctor, dentist. Natural sights, quiet and peaceful place to live.
Bluskovo is a village in northeastern Bulgaria, part of the municipality of Provadia, Varna region. It is located 67 km northwest of the city of Varna and 15 km southwest of the city of Provadia.
The village is located in the heart of the famous Provadian plateau of Sirta. The relief is hilly and flat. The climate is temperate-continental and is characterized by hot summers, warm autumns, mild winters with heavy snowfall and sunny spring. The population numbers about 1,200 people. Altitude - 98 m.
The old name of Blaskovo was Salla /from Turkish: "salih" means clean, nice, good/. During the cultivation of the land, Greek and Roman coins from Mysia and Thrace, fragments of clay vessels and ceramics dating from the 4th century BC were found in the area. to the 19th century, which testify to the existence of a large wine market.
In the village there is a primary school, community center with library, town hall, post office, grocery stores, cafe. It is fully water-supplied and electrified. The roads are in good condition. There are two dams nearby - Snezhina 5 km from the village and Tsonevo - 30 km. The local people are mainly engaged in agriculture - viticulture and winemaking are traditionally developed in the region. Samples of the soil in the village were provided to foreign specialists and after conducting research they were categorical that there is no pollution in the soil, which is the first condition for the production of quality grapes and wine. Furthermore, the inspection found that conditions were similar to those in Burgundy, France.
Thanks to the winery and the agricultural company working the land, the village is developing very well. Currently, 17,000 acres of wheat, canola, barley and sunflower are cultivated. Ecologically clean wheat and rye are sown on an area of 500 decares.
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