3 bedroom house for sale
Bulgaria - Sukhindol, Veliko Tarnovo
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- Spacious Garden
- Parking Space
- Nice Views
- Shower Room
Great location - only 24 miles close to the historic City of Veliko Tarnovo, 10 miles away from the Municipal center - Suhindol and very close to the Town of Pavlikeni - 10 miles. Also one of the biggest towns in the area Sevlievo is only 16 miles away, which combines green surroundings and calm life with the closeness to the local towns.
The village is located close to the mighty Alexander Stamboliiski Dam - only 10 minutes drive away.
Gorsko Kalugerovo is very well maintained with street lighting, good roads and shops. There are water and electricity in every property.
Today, there are English families in the village.
The most attractive landmarks in the area are:
- The Historical museum in the Town of Pavlikeni;
- The Pavlikeni Zoo - which is with free access for visitors;
- The ancient ceramic center near the Town of Pavlikeni;
- The Historical museum of Byala Cherkva;
- Alexander Stamboliiski Dam - just 7 miles to one of the biggest dams in Norht Bulgaria;
- Kramolin Dam - only 5 miles from the village;
- Goliama Garvanitsa Cave;
- Gladnik Waterfall.
SPACIOUS GARDEN - TRADITIONAL LOOK - BASEMENT - SHOWER ROOM - AMAZING VIEWS - OUTBUILDINGS - PARKING SPACE
On the ground floor of the house you will find a kitchen area, a dining room and a basement.
The basement and dining room are with stone walls.
On the first floor of the house you will find a balcony, a corridor and three bedrooms.
From the balcony you can enjoy to the incredible view.
Next to the house there is a utility room and a shower room.
Some of rooms are with traditionally furnished.
There are outbuildings that offer more storage space. Also they are suitable for a workshop and livestock breeding.
There is a big entrance/shed where a car can be parked, also there is possibility to park cars on the street in front of the house.
The garden is spacious and it is perfect for growing your own vegetables or just to enjoy the beautiful green surrounding nature.
Water connection and electric installation have recently been inspected.
The roof is in perfect condition, as shown in the photos.
VILLAGE OF GORSKO KALUGEROVO
The Village of Gorsko Kalugerovo will give you everything you need for a peaceful and healthy living!!
The village is located in a fertile valley, by the mighty Alexander Stamboliiski Dam.
To the north by the village is built railway line Sofia - Varna.
There was a monastery in the village, where monks /Kalugeri/ lived, even after the arrival of the Turks in the 14th century. Namely the monks gave the name of the village /Kalugerovo/. Gorsko /Forester/ comes from the fact that at that time there were many forests in the area. Even the Turks called the village of "Dah Kalugerovo" - a mountainous forest village.
The British owned village cafe "Globe Kitchen & G-Kal Bakery" is open for bakery, coffee, drinks and a daily menu, along with special evening events. The place offers delicious handmade breads, cakes and tasty meals inspired by recipes from all over the planet.
Facebook page of "Globe Kitchen & G-Kal Bakery"
The coastal City of Varna with its famous beach resorts and international airport is about 170 miles away.
The village is located approximately 145 miles to the capital City Sofia & International Sofia Airport, and about 115 miles away to the City of Bucharest (RO) and its International Airport "Otopeni".
The village is only about 24 miles to the historical and touristic City of Veliko Tarnovo. Located on the famous "River Yantra" (the 3rd longest Bulgarian tributary of the Danube River), "VT" is one of the most popular destinations for tourists in Bulgaria. From its rich historical value to its thriving modern nightlife and lush natural surroundings that provide many excellent opportunities for outdoor recreational activities, Veliko Tarnovo offers you everything you could ever want for the perfect holiday!!
MUNICIPALITY OF SUHINDOL
Municipality of Suhindol is located in Northern Bulgaria and is one of the constituent municipalities of District of Veliko Tarnovo.
The municipality has 6 settlements with a total population of about 2 739 people. The settlements are the town of Suhindol (municipality center) and the villages: Byala Reka, Koevtsi, Gorsko Kalugerovo, Gorsko Kosovo and Krasno Gradishte.
The Town of Suhindol is a town in North-Central Bulgaria, part of District of Veliko Tarnovo.
Its position in the middle of the Danubian Plain creates excellent conditions for growing wine grapes. The local co-operative "Gamza" is famous for producing wines from the local vine with the same name. In addition, Suhindol winemakers craft Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, as well as a local variety "Dimyat".
The town's proximity to a large dam on the Rositsa river and to the foothills of the Balkan Mountains make it a favourable tourist destination. The Rositsa River near this town is known to hold "Som" or European Catfish and some of them reach lengths of over 2 meters, especially the ones that live in the Alexandar Stamboliiski Dam.
Suhindol is one of the most well-known and wealthiest historical Bulgarian settlements. It is known as Bulgarian Champagne by the lovers of Bacchus. According to archeologists of the Veliko Tarnovo's museum, signs of human settlement in the area date to the Neolithic (New Stone) age - approx. 6000 years B.C. They have dated remains of domiciles, captured springs, ceramic fragments, jewelry, household items (hammers, woodworking instruments and bowls) and there is evidence of settlement and activity throughout the centuries. Suhindol has existed as a town for over a century. According to the archaeologist Polichronii Sirku who visited the town in 1878, a wealthy Roman village existed in the vicinity. Folk tales tell that the town is ancient, however, the age it is not established with any certainty. In the area of "Seltze" there are remnants of a settlement dating back to the 2nd century and in the neighborhood of "Drachevo" a medieval fort known as "Diritza" existed. The ancient name of Suhindol was "Seoundal".
The nature in the area is very beautiful and rich in many natural sights.
Some of the biggest landmarks in the municipality and the region are:
- The Historical museum in the town of Pavlikeni - was established in 1978. It preserves, promotes, researches and keeps the cultural and historical heritage of the 20 settlements in the region. More than 22,000 units of movable cultural monuments are stored in the museum's funds.
- The museum has seven exhibitions - Ancient Ceramic Center, Art Gallery, Archeology, Renaissance, Ethnography, New History and Temporary Exhibitions. Many valuable finds are stored in the museum, such as the ancient columns that reach a length of more than 2 meters, the frescoes of the Perpetual Calendar, made by the icon Venko and others. Historical museum - Pavlikeni is housed in a separate two-storey building under the project of Arch. Every year, temporary exhibitions are arranged in the museum, illuminating different periods from the historical past of the region and presenting the material diversity and richness of the local lifestyle and culture;
- The ancient ceramic center near the town of Pavlikeni - dates back to 1971. A furnace for the extraction of household ceramics, dating from the Roman era, was discovered near the town. A total of 8 furnaces were discovered later. A number of ceramic objects have been found on the place to redound explore the ceramic production of this era;
- The Historical museum of Byala Cherkva - preserves the cultural and historical heritage of the region. The first exhibition in the museum was opened in 1976 on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the April uprising. On the first floor of the museum you can see documents, books, weapons, labor tools, costumes, jewelry and more. And on the second floor there is a gallery, which numbers nearly 100 works of painting, graphics and sculpture;
- The Pavlikeni Zoo- The zoo has 119 animals of 38 species. At the beginning of the park there is a children's playground with swings, slides and climbing frames for the children, as well as benches for parents' recreation;
- Alexander Stamboliiski Dam - It was built in 1954 and is the first large dam in Bulgaria. The dam wall is built on a German project that was created before the Second World War. The dam is built on the site of the village of Bara. When the water falls, at the bottom can be seen traces of buildings and the cross of the village church. The dam is suitable for sailing, fishing and camping;
- Emen Canyon, Momin Skok Waterfall and the Negovan eco-trail - The Emen Canyon is situated in a place along the Negovanka River, 12 miles from the City of Veliko Tarnovo. Throughout the canyon, thresholds, waterfalls, ponds and niches have been formed, surrounded by tall rocks up to 90m high. Emen's canyon is a natural landmark with incredible nature and amazing natural formations. The Negovan eco-trail, also known as Emen's eco-path, is the first eco-trail in Bulgaria. It is in close proximity to the Emen Canyon. The eco-path begins with a cave and ends with the fairytale Momin Skok Waterfall on the Negovanka River. The Momin Skok Waterfall is about 10m high and the pond underneath it is often used as a beach.
DISTRICT OF VELIKO TARNOVO
The Historical Veliko Tarnovo, located on the famous "Yantra River" (the 3rd longest Bulgarian tributary of the Danube River) is one of the most seeked destinations for tourists in Bulgaria.
Situated at the foot of Stara Planina Mountains in North Central Bulgaria, it attracts many tourists due to its unique architecture and history. The houses, stacked one above the other, situated on the sloppy hills of the city show a remarkable, unique architectural style.
Even as an ancient city, Veliko Tarnovo has modern and original bars, eateries and shops as well as the ultra modern Grand Central Mall (One of Bulgaria's largest), with a multiplex cinema, shops, atrium and kids play area, there is definitely something for everyone in the mall alone. Veliko Tarnovo's museums are varied and show the history of the ancient city as well as present some relics of the past.
The closest ski resort is in "Uzana", the geographic center of Bulgaria, located at about 28 miles from Veliko Tarnovo. There are several hotels in the resort which provide tourism opportunities and good conditions for relaxation among the quiet and calm atmosphere of the mountain throughout the year. The surrounding sites of Uzana are suitable for spaleology and rock climbing. There are possibilities for cultural tourism in the region. In the nearby open-air "Ethnographic Museum Etara" people can learn more about Bulgarian crafts. The "Sokolski Monastery" is situated a few miles away from Uzana.
From its rich historical value, to its thriving modern nightlife and lush natural surroundings that provide many excellent opportunities for outdoor recreational activities,
Veliko Tarnovo offers you everything you could ever want for the perfect holiday or day out!!
***Notary deal: The fees for the Notary transfer (deal) are not included in the property price, and they must be paid by the buyer prior to the deal. They are: 350£ (Notary & Legal Fees) + 5% of the property price (Governmental Fees).
- Plovdiv (INTERNATIONAL), 78.5 miles
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