Bulgarian House presents to your attention a massive two-storey brick house for sale 30 km away from the city of Varna. The building is two-storey with an additional extension. First floor consists of entrance hall, kitchen, living room, bedroom, bathroom, two utility rooms, basement. Second floor with internal staircase, corridor two bedrooms, living room, toilet, large terrace. It has a garage with a channel for two cars. In the yard there is a summer kitchen with outdoor night lighting and a barbecue. The house is close to a school. In the village of Nikolaevka there is a large dam for fishing enthusiasts. Quiet peaceful place to live, 30 km. from the city of Varna.
The village of Nikolaevka, Suvorovo municipality is located 30 km. northwest of Varna. It is located 350m. above sea level on both sides of the Nikolaevska River.
Today the village of Nikolaevka is popular mostly among fishermen with its beautiful dams and pure nature, as well as among the followers of Peter Deunov.
The dams are part of the cascade of dams in the villages of Levski, Nikolaevka and Voditsa. Nikolaevka Dam occupies an area of 346 decares and is one of the largest in the area. It is stocked with carp, silver carp, catfish, grass carp, redfin and rattlesnake. Crabs are also an attraction of the dam in the village of Nikolaevka.
The good management of the water facilities in recent years, the beautiful nature and the proximity of the city of Varna, have made the village of Nikolaevka a preferred vacation spot for avid anglers. With the implementation of the PHARE project, the road to the dam and the tourist hut in the village of Nikolaevka is asphalted and electrified. The dam has also established itself as a venue for fishing competitions and a base for instructors. The record catch in the waters of Nikolaevka was a carp of 16 kg, caught in the summer of 2006, and the heaviest grass carp extracted from the water was 10.2 kg.
The waters and shores are cleaned regularly, and in the traditional places where fishermen gather, recreation areas and places for tents have been made, without the use of materials of synthetic origin.
The village is also visited by many tourists-followers of Peter Deunov, who follow in his footsteps. A little above the terrain, where his native home used to be, a house-museum of Petar Deunov is currently being restored with voluntary work and donations. Peter Deunov's father, Konstantin Deunovski, was the first teacher and priest in the village. To this day, the school in which he taught is preserved. It is the first cell school in the Varna district.