New one-storey house for sale 4 km from Balchik

Property Features

  • Property: Houses / Villas for sale in Dobrich
  • Location: Balchik (Dobrich)
  • Area : 140 sq. m.
  • Garden: 736 sq. m.
  • Airport: 45 km approx
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Furnished: No
  • Development:
  • Ref. No.: 6235


Bulgarianhouse presents to your attention a new fully finished house located in a quiet village near the resort town of Balchik.

The house has an area of ​​140 m2, a yard of 736 square meters. It consists of It consists of a spacious living room with kitchen, three bedrooms, two bathrooms and a veranda.
Sold on a turnkey basis.
Excellent investment opportunity: the house with a very attractive location near Balchik and Albena, can be used as a holiday property for year-round residence

Balchik is a small seaside town in northern Bulgaria, which combines the romance of the narrow shady streets with the beauty of the sea. It has long been known as the White City because of the white color of the limestone rocks around it. Information about the settlements on the place where the town of Balchik is now has existed since before Christ and combines traces of many cultures. Evidence of this is on display at the Historical Museum, which is located in the city center. The nearest big cities: Varna
40 km and Dobrich - 35 km. Albena, one of the largest Bulgarian resorts is only 10 km away. There is a regular bus line to Albena. To the north, 35 km, is the easternmost point of Bulgaria - Cape Kaliakra, which can be seen in clear weather.
For most foreign holidaymakers, Bulgaria’s main lure is its long, sandy Black Sea Coast – which still boasts swaths of stunning beaches and picturesque bays despite the expansive construction work – but there is so much more to this country, and so much of it remains largely untouched and unvisited by overseas tourists.

Why Buying a Home in Bulgaria?

Bulgaria is growing in popularity as a holiday destination and many people believe that property values, which are as yet low compared with those in other western European countries, will rise very rapidly!

The country enjoys a mild climate for most of the year, with hot summers on the coast and sun and snow in the mountains. Access is getting easier and cheaper as more tourist operators fly to regional airports. Most charter companies fly direct to coastal and mountain resorts during the tourist season, and it’s likely that budget airlines will begin flights to the country now that it joined the EU.

Although Bulgarians have a reputation for being surly, this owes more to James Bond films than reality. Most Bulgarians will go out of their way to help you and, if you make an effort to learn some Bulgarian, you will be welcomed wherever you choose to buy your home.

All of life’s essentials (and most of the extras) are cheap and, although property prices are rising rapidly, they remain good value by western European (and particularly British) standards. Even if you plan to retire to Bulgaria and life off a foreign pension, you will be able to live well.

Other advantages to buying a home in Bulgaria include strong demand for rental accommodation in the resort towns, low maintenance and building costs, quality fresh food and impressive wines, a relaxed traditional pace of life in rural areas, great hiking and scenery in the interior, and beautiful, clean white sand beaches along the coast.

Basic Locations

  • Near town
  • Near the sea
  • Near a golf course
  • Near spa resort

Main Features

  • Garden
  • On asphalt road
  • Water
  • Electricity

Other Features

  • Septic tank

Dealt with Kunka who was amazing throughout, extremely helpful and guided me through the whole process, I am now the owner of a lovely apartment.. Thank you to all the team at Bulgarian House..

— Paul Howard, UK
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