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Kostandenets, Razgrad, Bulgaria

£23,100
Mowlem Bulgaria, Ruse
PROPERTY TYPE

House

BEDROOMS

3

BATHROOMS

1

SIZE

614 sq ft

57 sq m

Key features

  • Electricity
  • Water
  • Spacious Garden
  • Shower room & Toilet
  • Outbuilding
  • Parking Space
  • Gazebo
  • Nice Views
  • Top Location
  • Yard of 886sq.m.

Description

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Price: £23,100
Now 10% Off for Cash Buy Purchase

Pay monthly plan: £600 Deposit (deducted from the property price) + Min. £525 monthly instalments until the property is paid off

DOVE HOUSE

A traditional 2-storey house, with 3 bedrooms, a new shower room and toilet, a big garden overlooking gorgeous scenery and a charming gazebo!

Property area: 886sq.m.

The property is located in the Village of Kostandenets, only 5 miles away from the Municipal center - Tsar Kaloyan and 20 miles away from the Town of Popovo. It is also very close to the District Centre Razgrad - 22 miles away, 27 miles away from the City of Ruse - the biggest Bulgarian city and port on the Danube River and a popular tourist destination, and about 100 miles away from the biggest Bulgarian City on the Black Sea coast - the City of Varna.

The village is very well maintained with a population of 150 residents. There are many expats from the UK, Belgium and Netherlands. There is a town hall, an active community centre, a church, shops, a number of guest houses as well as fish ponds with an option caravan for rent.

The most attractive landmarks in the area are:

- The Orthodox "St. Dimitar Church" in the village of Kostandenets - built in 1860;

- Community Centre "Otets Paisii 1918" - in the village of Kostandenets;

- Mali Lom River;

- The Kaleto Fortress dating back to the Late Antiquity in the Dolap Boaz area near the village of Svalenik;

- The Medieval Town of Cherven;

- The Cave Monastery of Nisovo;

- Rusenski Lom Nature Park.

SPACIOUS GARDEN - TRADITIONAL LOOK - SHOWER ROOM AND TOILET - PARKING SPACE - PARKING GATE - GAZEBO - OUTBUILDING - AMAZING VIEWS

Property addres

7 Gotse Delchev /T.Vladev/ Str.

Village of Kostandenets - District of Razgrad

Post Code: 7273

Relish the beauty and peace of the Bulgarian countryside in this charming rural property in the village of Kostandenets, offering unobstructed panoramic views of green hills and blue skies and exuding tranquil vibes of times gone by when life was simpler, easier and more authentic. The Dove House, with its name inspired by the pretty dove ornament perched on top of the gazebo in the garden, gives you the wonderful opportunity to embrace life at a slow pace amongst picturesque landscapes and discover the refreshing and rejuvenating effects of nature on your mind and body. So spread your wings and fly to the Dove House to check it out!

On the ground floor of the house, you will find a cosy and compact kitchen area opening up to a new shower room and toilet. Through the kitchen, you also enter a dining room and a living room, which are situated on two separate premises. This type of floor plan gives you more privacy, noise control, and different room functions, allowing you to focus on making each room unique and designing it according to your own personal taste.

On the first floor of the house, you will find the three bedrooms of the house, thus having an entire floor solely dedicated to rest and relaxation. Your personal kingdom of sleep also offers you gorgeous views of the beautiful sprawling garden and the surrounding landscape which you can enjoy from the windows of each of the bedrooms.

The spacious garden with fruit trees in it is like a generously-proportioned canvas where you can paint your horticultural dreams, using your imagination and creativity. When you need some rest from your gardening pursuits, you can relax on the gazebo, ducking into the shade with a cooled drink of your choice and soaking up the peaceful atmosphere of the environment that surrounds you.

The property features a big two-storey outbuilding, providing you with numerous options to convert it and use it as a workshop, a lounging area, a storage space, etc.

The property has a big parking gate that allows you to park your vehicle in the garden.

There is also a parking space on the street.

The house is located on a quiet street, giving you privacy.

There is water and electricity connected to the property.

The roof is in good condition, as shown in the photos.


VILLAGE OF KOSTANDENETS

The village of Kostandenets is located in Northeastern Bulgaria, Municipality of Tsar Kalyoan, District of Razgrad. It is situated in a vast plain on both banks of the Mali Lom River.

It has an excellent location - only 5 miles away from the Municipal center - Tsar Kaloyan and 20 miles away from the Town of Popovo. It is also very close to the District Centre Razgrad - 22 miles away, 27 miles away from the City of Ruse - the biggest Bulgarian city and port on the Danube River and a popular tourist destination, and about 100 miles away from the biggest Bulgarian City on the Black Sea coast - the City of Varna.

There are a couple of legends about the name of the village. The more popular one says that the Roman emperor Constantine the Great, in order to strengthen the northern border of the Roman Empire and protect it from the barbarian tribes, built a number of fortresses along the Danube, including fortresses on the Mali Lom River. One of those is the fortress, which nowadays is called Kaleto, which is a naturally fortified height. It was discovered and explored for the first time by the famous Czech-Bulgarian archaeologist Karel Václav ?korpil who in 1914 in work "Description of Antiquities along the Ruse River Lom" claimed that in ancient times the fortress was called Constanta. Today, only the foundations of the fortress walls have remained of it.

The church "St. Dimitrii" was built in 1860 by the local population, and in 1862 a school was opened in two small rooms in its courtyard. In 1933, the school "St. St. Cyril and Methodius" was opened. In 1918, the Community center "Otets Paisii" was founded.

In 2023 the local residents have launched an initiative for renovation of the church.

The village is very well maintained with a population of 150 residents. There are many ex-pats from the UK, Belgium and the Netherlands. There is a town hall, an active community centre, a church and shops. Tourists and visitors can also enjoy a number of guest houses, and fish ponds with a campsite hotel and lovely BBQ area as well as an option caravan for rent.

The Village Fair takes place every year on November 8th - St. Dimitar's Day (old style).

The most attractive landmarks in the area are:

- The Orthodox "St. Dimitar Church" in the village of Kostandenets - built in 1860;

- Community Centre "Otets Paisii 1918" - in the village of Kostandenets;

- The Kaleto Fortress dating back to the Late Antiquity in the Dolap Boaz area near the village of Svalenik;

- The Medieval Town of Cherven;

- The Cave Monastery of Nisovo;

- Rusenski Lom Nature Park.


MUNICIPALITY OF TSAR KALOYAN

The Municipality of Tsar Kaloyan is a small municipality in the District of Razgrad, Northeastern Bulgaria, located in the Danubian Plain about 27 km southeast of the Danube river. It is named after its administrative centre - the town of Tsar Kaloyan.

The municipality covers a territory of 186.42 km2 (71.98 sq m) with a population of about 6,000 inhabitants.

The main road E70 crosses the area, connecting the province centre of Razgrad with the city of Ruse and respectively the Danube Bridge with the eastern operating part of Hemus motorway.

The Municipality of Tsar Kaloyan includes the following 3 settlements: the town of Tsar Kaloyan and the villages of Ezerche and Kostandenets.

The Municipality is mainly agricultural, the main sector being plants-growing.

The Beli Lom reserve is located within the Municipality. It occupies an area of 7,730,000 sq. m with forests, rocks and flooded areas of the Beli Lom River. The caves and rock niches contain preserved remains of old Christian monasteries and churches. Remains of a fortification and a marble relief of Ceres - the Roman goddess of agriculture, fertility, grains, the harvest, motherhood, the earth, and cultivated crops provide evidence about the inhabitants of this land back when it was under the rule of the Roman Empire.

Two dam lakes and eight fish-farms are situated within the Municipality of Tsar Kaloyan and offer opportunities for sports fishing.


DISTRICT OF RAZGRAD

The municipality of Razgrad is situated along the valley of the Beli Lom River in the direction southeast-northwest, 37 miles away from City of Ruse, 80 miles away from City of Varna and Black Sea, 30 miles away from Town of Shumen and 23 miles away from Town of Targovishte. The district borders Ruse, Targovishte, Shumen and Silistra regions.

Razgrad has for many centuries been a natural crossroads, crossed by important road arteries, connecting Central Europe with the Black Sea region and Asia. The first class road Ruse-Varna and a railway line, which are the shortest strategic connection between the Danube and the Black Sea, pass through the Razgrad.

Razgrad is the heart of a remarkable part of Bulgaria called Ludogorie - a land of ancient civilizations and cultures, historical features and rich traditions - its spirit and atmosphere, a combination of authenticity and ancient traditions with a dynamic sense of European rhythm of a modern and vibrant city.

The name Ludogorie, which we call the vast hilly plain in the northeastern part of the country, comes from the wealth of centuries-old forests, which today are about a quarter of the total area of the region.

Razgrad dates back from Thracian times. Centuries after that, the Romans build a town-fortress called Abritus. They have left us a heritage - 4 kg of pure gold - Bulgaria's biggest gold coin treasure. There is another cultural heritage in the district - unique Thracian tomb, which is in UNESCO's list of World Cultural Heritage.

The hunting site of Voden offers wonderful conditions for hunting tourism. The populations of red and fallow deer, wild boar, aurochs and moufflon are regarded high as trophies in the region.

The most famous cultural and natural landmarks in the area are:

- Anton Strashimirov Drama Theater - established in 1947 as a Municipal Theater Troupe. In 1953 it was renamed the National Theater at the Municipal People's Council. It was awarded the status of State Theater in 1957, which has not changed;

- Abritus Archaeological Reserve - is located 1 mile east of Razgrad, near the Ruse - Varna main road. The reserve spreads out on a territory of 1000 decares and is aimed to preserve the remains of the Roman town of Abritus. Abritus was established at the end of the 1st century AD as a Roman military camp built on the ruins of an ancient Thracian settlement and grew to become one of the biggest urban centers in Moesia Inferior - a Roman province that was situated in the northern part of modern-day Bulgaria. In the 4th century, a fortress with a 3 m-thick and 12 m-high fortified wall. The town was an important Christian center in the period 5th - 6th centuries. It was destroyed by the Avars and the Slavs at the end of the 6th century. In the end of the 9th century and the beginning of the 10th century, a Bulgarian fortress was built in its place. On the territory of the reserve, visitors can see the remains of a 3200 sq.m. peristyle complex (a rectangular inner courtyard and a building) that used to be the residence of a high-ranking state magistrate. An archaeological museum is also established on the territory of the reserve, in which some of the artifacts discovered during digs in the region, are exhibited. The archaeological exhibition is divided into five sections that follow the development of human society. The biggest gold coin treasure from the 5th century in Bulgaria was discovered in Abritus. It consists of 835 solidi (coins) and pictures of it can be seen at the museum. Still, a smaller treasure from the 10th century also consisting of solidi, is displayed at the museum. The big archaeological finds discovered during excavations on the territory of the reserve are kept in an open-air museum. The park section of Abritus preserves 70 epigraphic monuments, most of which date back to Roman times. Here, visitors can also see artifacts related to pagan cults, such as the sacrificial altar dedicated to Hercules that dates back to the reign of Emperor Septimus Severus. The various ancient Greek and Latin inscriptions provide evidence for the diversity of the peoples that inhabited Abritus through the centuries: Romans, Bulgarians and Turks. The epitaphs and the building inscriptions dated from the 18th and the 19th centuries are also of extreme interest to visitors. They derive from the Christian and the Islamic traditions but there is also one that is of Armenian origin.

Razgrad is also famous with the football club - PFC Ludogorets 1945 and The Ludogorets Arena, which is the largest stadium in the Ludogorie.


***Notary deal: The fees for the Notary transfer (deal) are not included in the property price, and they must be paid by the buyer at the end, once the property price is fully paid and prior to the notary deal. They are: 500£ (Notary & Legal Fees) + 5% of the property price (Governmental Fees).

Kostandenets, Razgrad, Bulgaria

Approximate location

NEAREST AIRPORTS

Distances are straight line measurements
  • Varna(International)
    85.3 miles
  • Burgas(International)
    96.3 miles

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