We offer a house in the village of Kipra. Yard 748 sq.m.
The house is on two levels with an external staircase, built-up area 107 sq.m.
Ground floor, which consists of two large transitional rooms, an entrance hall and a bathroom.
Second floor: kitchen, 3 large rooms (separate, such as living room and 2 bedrooms) and bathroom. Fully furnished.
There is a terrace with a very beautiful view.
Auxiliary buildings are located on an area of 106 sq.m.
The yard is maintained with fruit trees and asma.
Very good location.
The property is suitable for year-round living, rest during the holidays.
Kipra is a village in north-eastern Bulgaria, part of Devnya municipality, Varna district. It is located 35 km from the city of Varna, 7 km northeast of the city of Devnia and 9 km southeast of the city of Suvorovo. The curious thing is that there is only one way in and out of the village.
A picturesque village hidden in the mountains, located in the forested skirts of the Frangen plateau, on the slope of the Devne lowland. Climate - temperate-continental, softened by the proximity of the Black Sea. Spring is sunny, summer is cool, autumn is warm, and winter is mild. The population numbers about 500 people. Altitude - 120 m.
In the village there is a community center with a library and a cinema hall. The school in the village was built in 1890, but is currently not functioning. The nearest school is located in the town of Devnya. There is also a town hall, a post office, an Orthodox church, grocery stores, and a cafe.
Regular /several times a day/ bus transport connects Cyprus with the town of Devnia and the town of Suvorovo, from where there is
bus connections with the city of Varna.
Residents of the village have the opportunity to take advantage of all modern communications: Internet access, coverage of mobile networks of four mobile operators, two cable TVs, automatic telephone exchange.
In and around the village there are numerous fountains from which crystal clear spring water flows.
There are two agricultural cooperatives in the village, which cultivate the fertile land with modern equipment. They employ over 20 mechanics and specialists. Most of the young residents of Cyprus, as in the past, work in Varna and Devnia. About a dozen people earn their living in the detergent workshop.
For years, the village has been celebrated as the cleanest in the area. Cypriots themselves maintain the gardens on the streets. It is the mayor's duty to take care of the roses. Over the past decade, many residents of the maritime capital have bought property in Cyprus. Several English families have bought properties in the village. Most of the old houses have been repaired and restored.
The municipality of Devnya has the prerequisites for the development of tourism, although more limited compared to the traditional tourist areas in Bulgaria. The available resources are a prerequisite for the development mainly of: cultural and rural tourism.
• Ethnographic collection of the village of Kipra - located in a house built at the end of the 19th century. The ethnographic exhibition was arranged in 1992. It is located in the central part of the village and has a large yard of one and a half acres among gardens of flowers, trees and greenery, surrounded by a high, stone fence. In the yard there is a barn and other outbuildings. The ethnographic exposition has about 200 exhibits related to the lifestyle and culture of the population in the village of Kipra and the Devnen region - weaving looms, looms, wheelbarrows, equipment for kneading and baking bread, sofras, a cradle for a baby, furniture for a rural home from the beginning of the 20th century, fabrics, costumes, accessories, etc. During the summer months, it is also visited by foreigners who come from the historical complex in Devnya.