YOU WANT TO SELL YOUR PROPERTY IN BULGARIA? LIST IT WITH BULGARIAN HOUSE!

House with annex, big farm building and garden 100 km from Sofia

Property Features

  • SOLD
  • Property: Houses for sale in Vratsa
  • Location: Mezdra (Vratsa)
  • Area : 192 sq. m.
  • Garden: 1460 sq. m.
  • Airport: 100 km approx
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Furnished: No
  • Development:
  • Ref. No.: V3242

Price

€6000
£5340
$7140
Rural property with quiet location situated in a nice village 100 km away from Sofia, Bulgaria. The real estate consists of main building, annex, big barn and plot of land. The house has one floor with three premises and corridor. You enter into the corridor and from here you get access to all three rooms. To the right you can enter into the bedroom while if you go to the left you pass through a small dining room and you get into the spacious living room. Next to the house is the annex. It holds two rooms – a small kitchenette and living room with dining area. In the yard one can find the barn and a few small outbuildings. The barn is big and solid. It has one floor which has two big storage rooms and spacious workshop. The previous owner was a carpenter and he used the building for that purpose. The garden provides good amount of land with a few fruit trees in it (apple tree, plum tree, apricot tree) as well as small vineyard and plenty of open space for a vegetable garden. The property is located in a quiet spot in the outskirts of the village just two-three minutes by foot from the main road. The place is surrounded by a combination of brick and wire fence. From the corner of it one can enjoy nice panoramic views towards the distant mountain range of the Stara Planina Mountains which are located 10-15 miles away. There is a bus stop just 100 meters away by foot from the property. The center of the village is within about ten minutes walking distance from here. There one can find the main bus stop, the public square, the local church, post office, mayor`s office, shop, cafe-bar. The nearest town is about 10 km away from here and is the seat of the local council. There you can find shops, supermarkets, farmer`s market, hospital, dental care, police station, gas stations, fire station, primary and secondary schools, kindergartens, pharmacy, cinema, construction material stores, library, train station, etc. It takes about two hours to get from Sofia International Airport to the train station in the near town. If you travel by car it will take you approximately the same amount of time. From the town you can catch a bus and arrive in the village for additional 10-15 minutes. In less than half an hour drive from the property one can visit many interesting tourist sites in the area such as monasteries, historical monuments and landmarks, rock formations, etc. If you like fishing or hunting the area around the village provides good conditions for those activities. Cycling, wildlife and landscape photography, or painting are also hobbies that one can practice here. Old rural property with quiet location and nice views at a very good price.

Basic Locations

  • In rural countryside
  • Near mountain
  • In fishing area
  • In hunting area

Main Features

  • Garage
  • Cable TV
  • Internet
  • Water

Other Features

  • Food shop nearby

To anyone thinking about buying a property in Bulgaria I hope that I can help with my very bad experience (with other agency)that cost me several thousand euro's with a property I hoped would be my dream home and after paying my deposit and appointed the company to sort out the notary deeds I thought great I have my home in Bulgaria, after waiting for a month with no communication with the company I contacted the company and was told not to worry should all be sorted in about a week to cut a story short this went on for almost four months and not once did they communicate with me it was always me contacting them by now I was starting to worry that all the stress that I was suffering was not worth it shortening my life (I am75) so I told them to cancel the contract I didn't want the house anymore because I was getting very bad feelings over everything and back came the reply (yes you guessed it) should all be sorted in a week I replied yes but there's 52 week's in a year and I can't wait to find out which one so I gave up on my dreams of living in Bulgaria but then after a couple of weeks I decided I would try just once more and decided to try Bulgarian House and I can't tell you the difference between the first company of similar name to Bulgarian House was chalk and cheese. I was of course still very sceptical about dealing with them but after my first email to them and and the reply I received I felt like this is so different then over a short period of time searching through all the properties that fitted with my criteria I received so much help and additional property details I replied back that I have a short list of just over a hundred to which came back a reply "Are You Trying To Kill Me" but okay we can sort it all out and then I replied I was joking I only have about twenty I would like to see and after several emails and some professional banter I was so at ease with the company and made my travel arrangements to visit and view Kiki then recommended a hotel for me and after agreeing Kiki then made all the reservations for me. When I arrived at the hotel it was late and ready for a good night's sleep and then true to her word she called and asked me if all was okay and that she had arranged for me to visit all the properties I had requested over a three or four day period some of them in the Elhovo area and was showed them by one of her colleges Elvera once again a great lady that was only pleased to help and showed me other properties I might like but over the time viewing all the properties I was showed around the different area's to help me make my decision more easy and after three fairly busy but extremely enjoyable days I had a day to myself for recapping all I had seen as Kiki had an appointment with another client but even then she found time to call me and asked if I had any questions to which I replied no you did a fantastic job explaining everything as we viewed but I had one property I wanted to view again, Kiki called me back within the hour and had arranged with the owner to view the next morning, I viewed the house and had a little haggle with the owner and agreed a sale then Kiki spent the rest of the day taking me to all the major shops etc that would be of interest then went for a coffee and she arranged for me to visit the bank the next day and open a bank account then a visit to the solicitors to grant her power of attorney to act on my behalf all done, that evening Kiki and her son David (great little five year old man) showed me around Kazanlak and as it was December we went to watch a fantastic musical extravaganza in the square, what a great way to end the day and my time in Bulgaria. The whole process from agreement of sale including payment and transfer of the notary deeds all done in under two weeks that the other company could not do in over three months, so please please listen to a man who has had bad and good experience in buying a Bulgarian property Don't waste time and money looking around go straight to the best and forget the rest. As we all know that the virus is stopping us traveling and you might not be able to view as I can't go back to my house and start working on it but I can put my hand on my heart and say Kiki and Elvera can both be trusted to give you a 100% true assessment for the property of your choice and can proceed with conference. I can't wait to get back to Bulgaria and have a big BBQ for all the people I have made lifetime friends with and without Kiki it would not have been possible. John and Xiaohui

— John Johnson, UK
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