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Item ID: 868Price: € 12 000Land: 680 sq. m.Location: Vratsa, near Vratsa100 % FREEHOLD!Property situated in the village of Virovsko, Vratsa Municipality, Vratsa Region. The village is located in North-Western Bulgaria, at the broken terrain near the ridge Veslets. The district’s center Vratsa is 28 km west; the town of Oryahovo and the ferry-boat to Romania is 62 km north; the historical town of Pleven is 81 km east of Bukovets. The nearest airport is in Sofia – at 120 km away.The estate is located near the village’s center, on a natural upland, providing stunning views at the surroundings. The property comprises of a plot of 680 sq. m. of land, massive two-storied house, several outbuildings, barber shop, garage, draw-well and a driveway.The house is brick built and in very good condition. The first floor offers one room, cellar, corridor and another bigger room used as a tavern - a place where people gather together at special occasions or celebrations. Internal stairs are leading to the second floor which offers three bedrooms, corridor and a balcony with lovely views. The total built-up area of the house is 140 sq. m. (70 sq. . on each floor).Attached to the house is an auxiliary building which is the barber shop. This building is one big premise suitable for multiple purposes, even for converting it into additional living area to gain more accommodation area.Behind the main house are the outbuildings, currently used for agricultural purposes, but originally designed for living. They could be used either for farm purposes, or with some renovation works they could become a lovely guest house with several bedrooms and bathrooms, to accommodate more people if needed.The yard could be used for gardening and growing any type of fruits and vegetables. There is a draw-well in the yard, the water from which is drinkable and free of charge. It could be used for watering the garden or as an alternative water supply. If swimming pool added – the water from the well could be used for filling up the swimming pool.The estate is accessible through all seasons. In addition there is a garage (21 sq. m.) and a drive-way leading to additional parking area in the yard. Water and electricity are connected to mains; Internet and digital TV could be also connected. The house is in overall good condition and could be used for living right away.The village:The village of Virovsko is small and peaceful village located at the foot of the Balkan Mountain, near the ridge Veslets. Virovsko is at a broken terrain, surrounded by deep woods and several dam-lakes. This combination makes the area particularly suitable for fishing and hunting. The village itself offers all the basic utilities such as Post-Office, shops, pubs, cafes, etc. Regular transport to the surrounding towns and villages is also available.The MunicipalityVratsa Municipality is located in the north-west of Bulgaria at the foot of Vratsa Mountain. It is the 16th largest municipality in Bulgaria in terms of territory and is 110 km away from Sofia. The city of Vratsa has well developed infrastructure and communications system. Important railway and road routes of national and international importance cross the territory of the municipality. The city of Vratsa is the junction where two of the largest European transport corridors meet - corridor No. 4 and No. 7. The geographical location of the municipality will become even more important when the second Bulgarian bridge over the Danube is built at Vidin.Vratsa Municipality has the largest number of industrial enterprises in North-West Bulgaria. There is a modern developed commercial network.With its location, Vratsa (in foots of Vratsa Mountain Natural Park) and Ledenika Cave (16 km west of Vratsa) attract climbers and tourists from Bulgaria and abroad and offer excellent conditions for ecotourism, climbing, winter sports, spelunking. There are some villages in Vratsa municipality suitable for rural tourism as villages of Chelopek, Pavolche and Zgorigrad.The DistrictVratza Region is situated in the eastern part of Northwestern Bulgaria. It is bounded by the regions of Montana, Lovech, Pleven and Sofia. To the north it borders the Danube, hence Romania. The territory of the region covers part of the Danube plain and parts of the Balkan Mountains. The Ogosta, Skat and Iskar Rivers cross the region.The international highway Central Europe–Krajowa–Vidin–Sofia–Kulata–Thessalonica passes through Vratza Region too. The Iskar gorge connects the region to the lands situated south to the Balkan Mountains. The first nuclear power plant on the Balkans was built on the bank of the Danube, in the town of Kozloduy.With its diverse, unique and beautiful nature Vratza Region offers great opportunities for tourism – amateur, ecological, rural, hunting, cave tourism and alpinism. Among the protected areas are the Vratza Balkan Nature Park, Vratza Karst Reserve, Ledenika Cave, Skaklya waterfall, Vratzata gorge of the Leva River, Bozhi Most (God’s bridge), a cliff bridge near the village of Lilyache, Ritlite cliff formations near Lyutibrod village, the 15 venerable oaks called Kitkata near Byala Slatina, Vola (Kamata) – the place where Hristo Botev found his death.There are a lot of archeological and historic monuments in the region. Of particular value are treasures masterpieces of Thracian art. Vratza treasure of the 4th century BC was discovered on the Mogilan hill in Vratza. Near the village of Rogozen in 1986 a treasure dated back to the 4th-5th centuries BC was uncovered, which belonged to a Thracian notable family – the biggest treasure ever found. In includes 165 items made of massive silver with gilt. On the Borovan hill there are remains of an ancient Thracian fortress. The monasteries offer unique environment of peace and serenity – the Cherepish Monastery, Strupesh Monastery, the Monastery of Archangel Michael near the village of Dolna Beshovitsa, etc. Botev’s Path memorial complex is another unique site. It is a 120 km long path starting from the legendary Radetzky steamboat to the place where Botev, Bulgaria’s poet and revolutionist, found his heroic death.The property is:- 16 miles away from the town of Vratsa;- 17 miles from the town of Byala Slatina;- 18 miles from the town of Cherven Bryag;- 20 miles from the town of Koinare;- 24 miles from the town of Krivodol;- 24 miles from the town of Kneja;- 38 miles from the town of Oryahovo and the border with Romania;- 39 miles from the town of Montana;- 49 miles from the town of Pleven;- 77 miles from the town of Dragoman;- 73 miles from Sofia - the capital of Bulgaria;- 141 miles from Ruse City and the border with Romania;- 233 miles from Varna Airport and the seacoast.

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