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Item ID: IBG378Price: € 45 000Land: 600 sq. m.Location: Varna, near Vetrino100 % FREEHOLD!Renovated property in typical Bulgarian style, situated in a well organized village near the towns of Devnya (8km) and Provadia (13 km). The village is 40 km away from Varna and its International Airport, most of which is fast motorway. There are several food shops, local pub, post office, hardware store, etc. in the village. The nearest bigger town for the weekly shopping is Devnya.The house is single storied and very traditional; it has 100 sq. m. of living area, distributed between two bedrooms, kitchen, dinning room, shower room with WC, porch and a cellar converted into a nice authentic tavern with a fireplace. The cellar is accessible trough internal wooden stairs. There is a BBQ area of about 30 sq. m. too. The house was renovated with natural materials (wood and stone). The floorings in most of the common areas is stone; laminated flooring covers the floor in the bedrooms; wooden exposed beams are left on the ceiling in some of the rooms. The house is furnished in the same traditional style and the decoration in the living room includes a variety of authentic tools and items. The fireplace is with exposed bricks and space for storing some woods. The house is for sale with its furniture.The garden size is 600 sq. m.; with parking lot, fruit-trees and trellis vines. There is a wooden cradle in the yard and some other traditional decoration in the garden. The property is surrounded by a stone wall towards the road, providing privacy.Electricity and water are connected to mains; internet and digital television could be also connected. The average cost for high speed internet with unlimited traffic and digital television with more than 70 TV channels (most of them in English) is about 18 EUR per month.The MunicipalityVetrino municipality is located in North-East Bulgaria in Varna District. The Municipality consists of 10 villages. The regional centre of Vetrino municipality is village of Vetrino.A lots of transport corridors pass through the territory of Vetrino Municipality: Hemus motorway, first-class road Varna - Sofia, second-class road Aitos - Tervel, the railway line Sofia - Varna, the natural gas main from Russia to Greece and Turkey (the Municipality is going to be converted to natural gas). Varna airport and Varna-Zapad port are not far, and the Municipality has its own airport for agricultural purposes. Vetrino village is at a distance of about 45 km from the district centres of Varna and Shumen.Vetrino is an agricultural region. The environment is well preserved and clean. No industrial pollutions have been detected. The Municipality has a recreation facility in the Duza locality near Nevsha village and the Yajla hut in the surroundings of Yagnilo village. Rodna Stryaha ethnographic complex has been set up in Gabarnitsa village and also rural tourism is being developed. Five micro-dam lakes have been constructed on the territory of the Municipality. The DistrictVarna Region is located in North-Eastern Bulgaria. It borders the regions of Dobrich, Shumen and Burgas as well as the Black Sea to the east. The region is generally hilly and along the river valleys of Kamchia and Provadiyska, it is plain. The seashore has wide stripes of sand towards which wooded mountain slopes run down in terraces.The coastal line is shaped by the bays of Varna, Kamchia and Sveti Yani as well as the promontories of Galata and Cherni (Black). Interesting places to visit are the dense riparian forests in the river valleys of Kamchia and Batova, Provadia River, the caves near the village of Beloslav, Orlov Kamak Waterfall at Armira River.The unique natural formation of upright stones (Pobitite Kamani) west of Varna occupies an area of 70 sq. m and resembles columns of up to 2 m in diameter driven into earth and rising up from 5 to 7 m from the ground. The area is rich in ground and karst water. There are two firth lakes beside the sea – Varna and Beloslavsko, connected in 1923 by a navigable canal. There is mineral water rich in iodine near Varna and in the valley of Kamchia River. Both industry and agriculture are well developed in Varna Region.The Ruse–Varna railway line, the oldest one in Bulgaria, passes through this area linking the Black Sea and Danube region. The resort complexes of St. Constantine, Golden Sands (Zlatni Piasatzi), Riviera, Sunny Day (Slanchev Den), Kamchia, pearled along the coastal line, are wonderful places for rest. This region also offers conditions for cultural, balneological and eco tourism.The cultural history of the region is millennium old. The oldest vestiges of life – pole dwellings from the chalcolythic and Bronze Age – have been discovered near the Beloslavsko Lake. Dark Hole (Temnata Dupka) Cave on its bank also preserves traces of a prehistoric life. Remains of ancient settlements, structures, necropolises, castles are found at many places in the region.The cultural monuments are evidence of the well-developed civilization in this area. A gold treasure was found in 1972 during archeological excavations of the chalcolythic necropolis at Varna. The treasure dates from 32–30th c. BC and is believed to be the oldest golden works of art. The largest Roman thermal (baths) that have been found so far in Bulgaria are those in Varna. Good evidence of the medieval culture in the region are the gold treasure from the beginning of the 6th c. found in 1961, Aladzha Rock Monastery, etc. Some architectural monuments of the National Revival period are preserved tooThe property is:- 5 miles from the town of Devnya;- 8 miles from the town of Provadia;- 8 miles from the town of Suvorovo;- 24 miles from Varna City and the seacoast;- 35 miles from Golden Sands Beach Resort;- 38 miles from the town of Dobrich;- 45 miles from Byala Beach Resort;- 99 miles from Ruse city and the border with Romania;- 254 miles from Sofia - the capital of Bulgaria.

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