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Item ID: 873Price: € 10 000Land: 1300 sq. m.Location: Vratsa, Hairedin, Hairedin100 % FREEHOLD!The property is situated in the village of Hairedin, which is the municipality’s centre of six villages. The village is part of Vratsa Region and it is located in North-Western Bulgaria, in the valley of Ogosta River. Hairedin is only 30 km away from Danube River and the town of Kozlodui. The district’s center - Vratsa is 60 km south and the capital of Bulgaria - Sofia and its International airport is 170 km south. Other major towns not far from the village are Motana - 47 km west and Pleven – 93 km east of Hairedin.The estate is located at the village’s outskirts and comprises of a plot of 1300 sq. m. of land, single-storied house, two outbuildings, draw-well and a driveway.The house is brick built and in overall very good condition. It consists of three bedrooms, shower room, corridor and a glazed entrance hall. The built-up area of the house is 70 sq. m. There are two barns in the yard which could be renovated and converted into additional living area or guest houses. The land that comes with the property is in rectangular shape and suitable for growing different fruits and vegetables. There is enough pace for adding a swimming pool too. There is a draw-well, the water from which is drinkable and free of charge. It could be used for watering the garden, filling-up a swimming pool or as an alternative water supply for the house.The estate is accessible all year round. The driveway leads to parking area inside the yard. Water and electricity are connected to mains; internet and digital TV could be also connected. The estate is in overall good condition and could be used for living right away, but for a higher standard of living it would need some modernization works. The village:The village of Hairedin is well developed and a Municipality’s centre of six villages. It is located in the valley of Ogosta River, close to the Bulgarian-Romanian border and Danube River. The village is famous with its natural mineral springs known for the water’s healing powers. The village has all the basic amenities - Post Office, shops, pubs, cafes, etc. It also has regular transport to the surrounding towns and villages.The MunicipalityHairedin Municipality is situated in the northwestern part of Bulgaria in Vratsa district. It is at a distance of 25 km to the south of the Danube and falls within the geographical boundaries of the Danubian Plain, in the Zlatiata fertile zone.The average altitude above sea level is 113.8 m. The relief is flat and slightly hilly. The water resources of the Municipality are limited. The main water source is the Ogosta River and the dam lakes in the vicinity of the villages of Rogozen and Barzina.The transport network in the Municipality consists of third- and fourth-class roads.The economic infrastructure of the Municipality Hayredin is agrarian-industrial in nature with farming as a dominant sector.Today`s Hairedin village was founded in 7 c. as a garrison of a Khan Asparouh rampart, and used to serve as a fortification against the invasion of the barbarians. Nowadays this facility is an architectural sight.In the beginning of 1986 in Rogozen village 165 silver-golden vessels were found; they are known as the Rogozen Thracian Treasure.5 community centers ("chitalishta" - arts, culture and literature centers) operate in the Municipality and treasure the culture and tradition of the local folklore.There is a healing mineral spring in the vicinity of Hairedin village.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 Valchedram;- 19 miles from the town of Kozlodui;- 20 miles from the town of Oryahovo and the border with Romania;- 27 miles from the town of Kneja;- 37 miles from the town of Vratsa;- 21 miles from the town of Byala Slatina;- 29 miles from the town of Montana;- 26 miles from the town of Mezdra;- 47 miles from the town of Lukovit;- 67 miles from the town of Botevgrad;- 59 miles from the town of Pleven;- 88 miles from the town of Dragoman;- 105 miles from Sofia - the capital of Bulgaria;- 149 miles from Ruse City and the border with Romania;- 242 miles from Varna Airport and the seacoast.

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