4 bedroom house for sale
Bulgaria - Kozar Belene, Pleven
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The house is well set surrounded by beautiful green views and peacefulness.
Accommodation comprises as follows:
There is an entrance hall, huge living room, 2 bedrooms, and corridor. Internal stairs leading to the kitchen area with an extra 2 rooms and bathroom.
There is a huge basement (which can be converted into living space).
The garden is green and spacious, excellent for outdoors activities such as a BBQ, children's playground, etc.
There are outbuildings as well.
PLOT OF LAND = 700sq.m
VILLAGE OF KOZAR BELENE & REGION
Kozar Belene is located on 4 miles from the Town of Levski and 29 miles from the City of Pleven.
It is situated in the Danubian Plain on the shore of Osam river and its altitude is 108m. The climate is temperate and is characterized by hot summer and considerably cold winter.
The permanent population is about 837 people.
Bus transportation connects it to the other settlements - it is on the main road that connects it to Svishtov and Pleven. There are constructed water and electricity systems as well as phone system. All mobile operators have coverage. The central streets are asphalted and with lighting.
There are functioning town hall, community center, store and restaurant. One GP takes care for the health of the people. Hospital as well as schools and kindergartens you can find in the area.
According to the legend Kozar Belene is derived from the name of goatherd Belio that found the beautiful area and settled here.
At the center of the village there is architectural monument with names of the fallen during the wars - the Serbo-Bulgarian war (1885), the Balkan war (1912 - 1913), the First World War (1915-1918) and the Second World War (1944-1945).
In its area there is organized race from the country championship of motocross that is big attraction for the tourists.
Near the Town of Belene is natural park Persina. It encompasses the 19 Belenski islands. It is unique and significant ecologically for here are located three biosphere reserves:
"Persinski marshes" - wet zone with international significance that is inhabited by many colonies of marsh birds. It is breeding sight of the mute swan and unique gathering place in the autumn for the black stork.
"Milka" and "Kitka" encompass the eponymous islands of the archipelago and include preserved floodplain forests from white willow and poplar. Here are nesting pairs of sea eagles very rare species included in the "Red Book of Bulgaria" and in the book "Endangered birds in Europe".
The protected area "Kaikusha" - remains of wet zone in the Svishtovsko-Belenskara low land.
The area is suitable for hunting as well as water sports and fishing, being next to the Osam River and only a few miles to the Danube River.
The coastal City of Varna with its famous beach resorts and international airport is about 125 miles away.
The village is located approximately 110 miles to the capital City Sofia & International Sofia Airport, and about 80 miles away to the City of Bucharest (RO) and its International Airport "Otopeni".
The area is very calm and pleasant for living/relocating.
It's indeed a property with potential!
LEVSKI MUNICIPALITY & REGION
Levski Municipality is located in the central part of the Danube Plain (in the Touchenishko-Dolnoosamski region) and it is a constituent part of Pleven District. It is bounded to the north by the municipalities Nikopol and Belene, to the south - by Letnitza, to the east - by Svishtov and Pavlikeni, and to the west - by Pordim Municipality. Municipal center is Town of Levski. The terrain in the municipality is predominantly flat. The climate is moderate continental, favorable for grain and industrial crops as well as vegetable and fruit growing.
Historical monuments of national significance were discovered near the villages of Malchika, Izgrev and Strejerovo. The tumulus 2 miles from the village of Malchika is known for one of the earliest Latin inscriptions on the sacrificial altar dating from the 6th century BC. The ancient necropolis, the tumuli in the village of Izgrev and the rock in the Sveta Troitsa (Holy Trinity) locality northwest of the village of Stejerovo are also listed as finds of national significance.
The areas alongside the Osam River banks are very interesting. The places feature diverse flora and fauna. They are the natural habitat of waterfowl and migratory birds. The old riverbed is very well preserved on the land of the village of Balgarene
Pleven is the 7th most populous city in Bulgaria. Well known as a major economic centre of the Bulgarian Northwest and Central North and the 3rd largest city of Northern Bulgaria after Varna and Ruse. Located in the northern part of the country, it is the administrative centre of Pleven District, as well as of the subordinate Pleven Municipality.
Pleven is located in an agricultural region in the very heart of the Danubian Plain, the historical region of Moesia, surrounded by low limestone hills, the Pleven Heights. The city's central location in Northern Bulgaria defines its importance as a big administrative, economic, political, cultural and transport centre. Pleven is located about 100 miles away from the capital City of Sofia, approximately 195 miles west of the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast and about 30 miles south of the Danube River. The River Vitflows near the town and the tiny Tuchenitsa River crosses it.
The Pleven Regional Historical Museum is a very popular tourist attraction while the Svetlin Rusev Donative Exhibition, situated in the former public baths, exhibits works by Bulgarian artists as well as noted Western European art figures like Pablo Picasso, Salvador Dali, Renato Guttuso and many others. The Ivan Radoev Dramatic Theatre is the centre of theatrical life in Pleven.
Pleven is often regarded as an important centre of sports in Bulgaria. The sports school in Pleven is thought of as one of the most prominent in the country. Pleven is also famous for its Kaylaka (where the ruins of the Storgosia fortification can be found) and Skobelev parks. The later is home to the Pleven Panorama and is situated on the original location of the battle during the Russo-Turkish War.
The District of Pleven is crossed from south to north by the Rivers Iskar, Vit and Osam (in west-east order); the river valleys are separated by limestone plateaus.
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