NICE COUNTRY HOUSE!Renovated house near Tsonevo dam!

Property Features

  • Property: Houses for sale in Varna
  • Location: Dalgopol (Varna)
  • Area : 150 sq. m.
  • Garden: 1000 sq. m.
  • Airport: 85 km approx
  • Bedrooms: 6
  • Furnished: No
  • Development:
  • Ref. No.: 61906


We offer you a beautiful renovated Bulgarian house located in the tourist village of Tsonevo. It is located 85 km southwest of Varna and 15 km from Dulgopol.
The village has excellent infrastructure - there is a primary school, kindergarten, town hall, community center with library, post office, shops, many guest houses, youth home, stadium, medical center, which employs a dentist, ethnographic complex, Orthodox church. The roads are in very good condition. There is a regular bus and train transport to the municipal center of Dulgopol, the surrounding villages and the city of Varna. Many new houses are being built in the village, and in front of all the houses in the village there are beautiful flower gardens. The village is on a dam on the shores of Tsonevo Dam, which offers a rich catch to fishing enthusiasts. The natural resources in the area of ​​the village provide rich opportunities for organization
on tourist routes on eco trails, visits to historical and natural landmarks, rock climbing, ornithological observations, mountain biking and fishing. The area is rich in rare plant and animal species and impressive landscapes. The beautiful nature, the proximity of Tsonevo Dam, the interesting architecture of the houses and the folklore and ethnographic finds form the village of Asparuhovo as an interesting tourist destination. Tsonevo Dam: Undoubtedly one of the most impressive landmarks in the village is Tsonevo Dam. Numerous hotel complexes and bungalows have been built near the dam.
Ethnographic complex "Asparuhovo" - In the ethnographic and architectural complex are restored houses "Kamchik type" from the period of the Bulgarian Revival. Thanks to the skill and individuality of self-taught masters, they have become works of art. The old cell school from the Renaissance era and the stone church from 1857 have been completely relocated from their old places left at the bottom of the dam. In the other houses you can see arranged ethnographic materials, revealing the way of life and culture of the local people. The restored houses preserve the beauty of the old village. Some of them are now a community center, a library, a youth home. Here, under the guidance of local masters, old Bulgarian crafts can be practiced, such as pottery, rug weaving, mats, etc. The wonderful rocks - The rock phenomenon "Wonderful rocks" is located 4 km from the village of Asparuhovo. .1949, has an area of ​​12.5 ha and is on the shores of Tsonevo Dam.The wonderful rocks are a mass of about a dozen incredibly beautiful rock needles with a height of 40-50 m, resembling castle towers.Formed by the effects of water and wind on the limestone, as the rock is not monolithic, but in blocks. cars made of crushed stones.Because they are visible from the main road, the rocks often attract travelers who stop to rest and enjoy the wonderful view and sculpted rock formations.
The house is brick two-storey renovated. It consists of a total of 6 rooms, 3 rooms per floor. On both floors there are rooms for bathroom and toilet, a separate building to the house.

Basic Locations

  • Near town
  • In fishing area

Main Features

  • Garden
  • Water
  • Electricity

Other Features

  • Septic tank

We can only recommend this agency to everybody! Kiki did all she could to get a rather tricky deal finished for us which took quite some time, but was not the fault of the company. And we can only repeat what was written before: Kiki is awesome, reliable and honest and provided an all-around service for us. Her company is one of the best real estate companies. It was good to know we had a really reliable partner at our side! Thank you for all your support and kindness!

— Margrit & Peter, Germany
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