2 bedroom house for sale
Bulgaria - Varna, Provadiya
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- Detached house with 2 bedrooms
- On ground pool
- fully renovated house to an excellent standard
- high quality of finishing
- heating system with wood burners and A/C
- 3000 sq.m. land, very fertile
- suitable for permanent living
- beautiful countryside
- price: 26990
Total living area of the house - 100 sq.m.
The house comprises of:
- Ground level - utility room with steps leading down to the kitchen. Next to it is a hallway/office space and very spacious lounge with dining area. There are two fire-places providing heating of the property as well as an air-condition.
- Both indoor and outdoor staircases lead to the second floor which offers 2 bright and spacious bedrooms and a large bathroom and toilet.
The house has been fully insulated, there are new double glazed windows, wooden laminated floorings on the upper floor and ceramic tiled floorings on the ground level. Finishing of the house is a beautiful mixture of contemporary facilities and traditional outlook.
Land size - 3000 sq.m. fenced with a stone wall to the street. Outside is two sections of manageable garden and 3 outbuildings; the rest of the land is at the back of the house. Car parking for 2 cars. Water and electricity, satellite TV and internet connection.
The property is situated 25 km west from Provadia town (nearest Municipality centre)
Varna beaches and International airport is 65 km away.
Provadia is a town in northeastern Bulgaria, part of Varna Province, located in a deep karst gorge (Provadia syncline) along the Provadia River not far from the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast. It is the administrative centre of Provadia Municipality. As of December 2009, the town has a population of 12,901 inhabitants.
Provadia served as a customs point since ancient times. It is well known for salty mineral waters, its mild climate and a total of 70 km of caves in the surrounding mountain walls. It can be reached by train from Sofia or Varna and there are also hourly buses from and to Varna, and a sophisticated road system.
Provadia is the site of Solnitsata, Europe's oldest prehistoric town. Excavations on city walls that started in 2005 reveal a town that dates back to between 4,700 BC and 4,200 BC. It is believed to have been the site of salt trading.
Historical names of the medieval fortress, the ruins of which have been preserved until today, include Provat (Byzantine Greek),Ovech (Bulgarian), Provanto (Italian) and PravadΏ (Turkish language). The Greek name and its adaptations stem from the word provato, "sheep", and the medieval Bulgarian name corresponds directly (being derived from, ovtsa, with the same meaning). The fortress is open for visitors.
During the Middle Ages the town was a key centre of the First Bulgarian Empire with an important monastery at the modern village of Ravna, the church of which was consecrated on 23 April 897, and a major scriptorium of the Preslav Literary School. The rebel leader and subsequently emperor of Bulgaria Ivailo defeated a 10,000-strong Byzantine army near the city in 1279. During the Second Bulgarian Empire it was the seat of a metropolitan in the 14th century. Ovech was captured by the Ottomans in 1388 after a long siege.
In the 17th and 18th century Provadia was a commercial centre of the Ottoman Empire and was inhabited by many Jewish and Ragusan merchants. A 16th-17th-century Dubrovnik-style church still stands in the nearby village of Dobrina.
Industrial facilities include a modern biodiesel installation, a sunflower oil mill, a heavy earth-mover repair plant, shipbuilding machinery and textile factories. The town has a certain potential as a spa centre; its saline mineral water is allegedly similar in composition to the one at Karlovy Vary.
Places of interest include the Lambova Kashta ethnographical complex and ethnographical collections in Dobrina and Manastir villages, as well as cave monasteries and the ruins of the 9-10th-century Ravna Monastery, one of the most important centres of the Preslav Literary School, dubbed "language laboratory" by Umberto Eco for its graffiti by common folks in several languages and alphabets.
- Varna (International), 31.9 miles
- Burgas (International), 68.5 miles
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