Our new offer from the area of Elhovo is for a late school. The real estate is located in a welcoming village, 15 km far from the attractive town of Elhovo and 120 km from the Black sea coast and the city of Bourgas where is located one of the international airports in Bulgaria.
The total residential area of the building is 1011 sq. m separated
between two floors and one basement. The estate is good for those who have a big family or for those who want run a new a business in Bulgaria, because the building can be converted into a wonderful home or a family hotel. On the ground floor there os a basement of 300 sq. m. The first floor consists of a lobby, four large rooms and a long corridor. The next floor consists of another lobby, long corridor and five rooms. An internal staircase connect the floors. Two individual entrances are available. The estate is provided with electricity and running water. There is also a septic tank. The school needs some refreshment, modernizing, wall and the ceiling plastering inside, and maybe rendering outside. The garden that comes with the building ispretty large and spreads on 4570 sq. m and there is an extra structure of 100 sq. m available. The village offers all needed amenities such as stores, several cafes, a church, and also regular bus transport to the closest villages and towns. So if you are fascinated in investing in Bulgaria, this could be your best possiblity! Prevailing the last difficult period in its historical fortune, the Elhovo area today aspires for a better future. There is much work yet to be acomplished for its turning into a well-developed and successful part of Bulgaria. This is the purpose of all people who somehow are united with it and dedicated to it. The Elhovo area is in the range of two climatic regions - the North-Toundja Region (transitional continental) and the Sakar-Strandja Region (transitional Mediterranean, with soft winter, warm spring and dry and hot summer). The northern part of the area is characterized by a temperately continental climate. These features reflect the lowland-hilly character of the relief.