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Tsenovo, Ruse, Bulgaria

£24,350
Mowlem Bulgaria, Ruse
PROPERTY TYPE

House

BEDROOMS

2

BATHROOMS

1

SIZE

743 sq ft

69 sq m

Key features

  • Electricity
  • Water
  • Summer kitchen
  • Shower room
  • Parking space
  • Basement
  • Barn
  • Top location
  • Vine trees
  • Yard of 500sq.m.

Description

Price: £24,350
Now 10% Off for Cash Buy Purchase

Pay monthly plan: £600 Deposit (deducted from the property price) + Min. £490 monthly instalments until the property is paid off

LUCK HOUSE

A house, with 2 bedrooms, a shower room, a summer kitchen, and a basement, close to all necessary amenities

Property area: 500sq.m.

The property is located in the centre of the Village of Krivina, where you can find all the amenities you need for your daily needs, and also enjoy the beauty of nature and the charm of countryside life, planning weekend getaways to explore local nature attractions. Krivina is located near the Yantra River and the Danube River, which offer great opportunities for river tourism and fishing. The village is also conveniently located in close proximity to towns and cities, where you can find all necessary conveniences, facilities, as well as places for entertainment and tourist attractions:

* only 10 miles away from the Municipal centre - Tsenovo - well-maintained village with asphalted streets and lighting, shops and a weekly market;

* only 14 miles away from the Town of Svishtov - a big Bulgarian port on the Danube River, famous for its Roman heritage and its University of Economics, the town offers numerous hotels, restaurants and shops, as well as many historical and cultural heritage sites to visit;

* only 18 miles away from the Town of Byala - the town oozes small-town charm and offers all necessary amenities - it has many shops, a hospital, a kindergarten, schools, a farmer's market, a number of eating establishments and cafes;

* 42 miles from the City of Ruse - the biggest Bulgarian city and port on the Danube River and a popular tourist destination, affectionately dubbed "The Little Vienna" for its exquisite 19th- and 20th-century Neo-Baroque and Neo-Rococo architecture, the city offers lots of places to visit, restaurants, hotels, and entertainment spots;

* 46 miles from the City of Veliko Tarnovo - one of Bulgaria's most popular tourist destinations with rich history and traditions (for more than two centuries it was the capital of the Second Bulgarian Kingdom), charming old streets and mighty fortresses, perfect for exciting weekend getaways with a variety of dining establishments, cafes, bars and hotels.

The village of Krivina is very well maintained with street lighting, good roads and shops. Also, the Yantra River and the Danube River are in close proximity to the village, providing numerous opportunities for exciting adventures for all fishing, hunting and recreation lovers. The village is located in a picturesque valley where there are many meanders.

The most attractive landmarks in the area are:

- The Church of the "Holy Trinity" in the village, built in 1885;

- Yatrus Fortress - located near the village of Krivina;

- A rope bridge over the Yantra River - only 2 miles from Krivina, connecting the villages of Novgrad and Belianovo;

- Ethnographic museum in the village of Novgrad;

- Orthodox Cross "Monument Symbol" - located in the immediate vicinity of the village of Tsenovo in the southeast of the "Bog Bair" area;

- Historical reserve Tekir Dere - located near the town of Svishtov, about 10 miles from the village of Krivina.

TOP CENTRAL LOCATION - 2 BEDROOMS - SHOWER ROOM - UTILITY ROOM - SUMMER KITCHEN - BASEMENT

Property address

38 Dunav Str.

Village of Krivina - District of Ruse

Post Code: 7132

Is 'Location, Location, Location' Everything? If the location of the property is the most important factor for you when looking for a new home and if you want to have the amenities you need literally a few feet away from you, then you should definitely consider the Luck House as a major contender for your attention. The property has a top central location as it is literally in the central village square, where you can find the village shop, the post office, the community centre, the Village Hall and a lovely park with a children's playground right across the property and basically, you have all necessary conveniences you need within your reach.

The main house consists of a long corridor, 2 bedrooms with preserved furniture and lots of natural light and a spacious kitchen with kitchen cabinets which is big enough to also use as a dining room. The wood wall panelling in the rooms creates that ever-fashionable country retreat vibe and exudes a warm, cosy and comforting atmosphere. The corridor also leads you to a utility room and a shower room with a wood-burning boiler.

Downstairs there is a basement with shelves, offering lots of storage space.

Next to the main house, there is an attached summer kitchen, which offers plenty of space for gatherings with family and friends.

In the garden, you find vine trellises where one can enjoy a cold drink under the shade on a hot summer day, as well as outbuildings which can be converted and used as a workshop, an additional storage space, etc. In front of the house, you will also find an outside sink.

There is a parking space on the street.

There is water and electricity connected to the property.

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


VILLAGE OF KRIVINA

Krivina is a village in Northern Bulgaria. It is located in the Municipality of Tsenovo, District of Ruse.

The village is about 10 miles away from the Village of Tsenovo, 42 miles away from the City of Ruse. Also, Krivina is located only 14 miles away from the Town of Svishtov, 18 miles away from the Town of Byala, 46 miles away from the City of Veliko Tarnovo, 144 miles away from the City of Varna ana 160 miles away from the Capital City of Sofia.

The village is located near the Yantra River and the Danube River, which offer great opportunities for river tourism and fishing.

Here ends its 286-kilometer road Yantra River, overflowing with beautiful meanders in the vast Vardim-Krivinska lowland. Between the two large islands of Vardim and Batin, the Danube changes its direction to the northeast, making a slight turn to the Vlashkata lowlands. At the very bend, next to a small poplar forest, the mouth of the Yantra River opens.

The village is supplied with water, electricity and telephone. The connection with the other settlements in the region is through the bridge over the Yantra River.

In the Village of Krivina there is a town hall, a post office, a church, a community center and shops.

A general practitioner works in the village.

The nearest school is in the neighboring village of Novgrad, which is 2 miles.

The population is approximately 393 people.

One of the most significant events is the celebration of the holiday of the village of Krivina. Every year on 2nd of June the existence of this so interesting village is celebrated. The mayor organizes a program with folk singers, a recital of the young generation, as well as a fireworks display. One of the most exciting traditions is the show with motorcycles and lighted torches. For the end of the evening a big dance is formed in the center of the village, which includes all those present.

Tourism and landmarks:

- The Church of the "Holy Trinity" in the village, built in 1885;

- Yatrus Fortress - located near the village of Krivina. It was built in the IV century and was one of the important Roman military centers on the Lower Danube. Remains of a Roman and early Byzantine city destroyed by the Avars in the early 7th century have been discovered. On its ruins in the VII-VIII century a Bulgarian settlement arose, protected by a massive stone fence with towers built outside. After archeological excavations in 1958. the eastern gate, public and private buildings, two old Christian basilicas, many iron swords, pottery, gold coins from the 10th century, tools and others were found;

- A rope bridge over the Yantra River - built in 1968. It is the longest rope bridge in northern Bulgaria over the Yantra River, connecting the villages of Novgrad and Belianovo. This bridge is only for pedestrians.


MUNICIPALITY OF TSENOVO

Municipality of Tsenovo is located in Northern Bulgaria and is one of the constituent municipalities of District of Ruse. Its borders are as follows: to the east - Municipality of Borovo; to the south - Municipality of Byala; to the southwest - Municipality of Polski Trambesh, District of Veliko Tarnovo; to the west - Municipality of Svishtov, District of Veliko Tarnovo; to the north - Republic of Romania.

Municipality of Tsenovo is situated along the lower Yantra River in the Danube Hilly Plain.

The municipality has 9 settlements with a total population of 5 670 people. The settlements are the villages: Tsenovo (municipal center), Beltsov, Belyanovo, Dzhulyunitsa, Dolna Studena, Karamanovo, Krivina, Novgrad and Piperkovo.

The municipality has the opportunity to develop river transport along the Danube River.

The main roads are with Ruse, Byala and Svishtov. The municipal center is about 30 miles away from the city of Ruse, 20 miles from the town of Svishtov, 8 miles from the town of Byala and 163 miles from the capital city Sofia.

Through the municipality pass 4 roads from the Republican Road Network of Bulgaria.

The municipality has a rich archaeological heritage. In the village of Krivina in the 4th century the castle "Jatrus" grew - one of the significant Roman military centers along the Lower Danube. The open archaeological excavations are the remains of a Roman and early Byzantine city destroyed by the Avars at the beginning of the 7th century. On its ruins in the 7th - 8th century, there is a Bulgarian settlement protected by a massive stone fence with towers built outwards. In 1958 the eastern gate, public and private buildings, two old Christian basilicas were found, many iron swords, ceramics, X-century gold coins, tools of labor, etc. were found. Only 1 mile north of the village of Belyanovo, carved in the rocky right bank of the Yantra River, a rock church with frescoes was discovered. Only 1 mile to the north of the village of Karamanovo were found tombstones in Latin. Only 1 mile to the west and southwest of the village of Novgrad were discovered various archaeological finds: stone satin phases, chrome, tools of labor and agricultural tools of stone, flint, bone, bronze, iron, fibulae, applications, emperor Justin (565-578) pieces of various dishes. In the vicinity of Tsenovo, a treasure of gold and silver crockery, two silver bracelets, a ring with inscription, fibula, silver trim and 1200 coins was discovered in the Guttula locality.

The main cultural and natural landmarks in the municipality are:

- Ethnographic museum in the village of Novgrad - consisting of 9 halls, revealing the livelihood, the lifestyle and the culture of the region. You can see discovered archaeological finds from BC; exhibits related to the detachment of Hadji Dimitar and Stefan Karadja; crafts of the people of the past - livestock, agriculture, beekeeping; modern life is also shown - economy, education and life before democratic change;

- Bust monument of Dimitar Apostolov Tsenov in the village of Tsenovo;

- Lenin Monument in the village of Novgrad - the only settlement in Bulgaria whose center has a preserved monument of Lenin in full height;

- A rope bridge over the Yantra River - built in 1968. It is the longest rope bridge in northern Bulgaria over the Yantra River, connecting the villages of Novgrad and Belianovo. This bridge is only for pedestrians;

- The Iron Bridge over the Yantra River - located less than 1 mile east of the village of Tsenovo. The bridge is 85 metres long and 3 metres wide;

- Orthodox Cross "Monument Symbol" - located in the immediate vicinity of the village of Tsenovo in the southeast of the "Bog Bair" area. The monument is in the form of an orthodox cross, 18 metres high. It is illuminated at night and symbolizes the faith of the people.

- Historical reserve Tekir Dere - located near the town of Svishtov, about 14 miles from the village of Tsenovo.


DISTRICT OF RUSE

Ruse is the biggest Bulgarian river port on the Danube River, serving an important part of the international trade of the country. Danube Bridge, also known as the Ruse-Giurgiu Friendship Bridge, which until 14 June 2013 the only one in the shared Bulgarian-Romanian section of the Danube, crosses the river here.

The city is known for its 19th- and 20th-century Neo-Baroque and Neo-Rococo architecture, which attracts many tourists, and for which it is often called the "Little Vienna". There are over 260 buildings, monuments of culture and dozens of sites with the "European Cultural Heritage" sign, which were built as a result of the enterprising and European spirit of the people of Ruse, who at the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century attracted prominent European architects and builders for the construction of an urban architectural environment that is one-of-a-kind in Bulgaria.

Ruse occupies a significant place in the Bulgarian national history and has a rich cultural-historical heritage - a potential needed for the development of cultural tourism. As a settlement, Ruse has a very rich, millennial history.

Ruse is home to many museums, telling about the legacy of the long historical existence of the city and the region: Regional History Museum - Ruse with open-air expositions - Sexaginta Prista and the Medieval City of Cherven, Pantheon of the National Revival Heroes, Museum of Urban Life, House-Museum "Baba Tonka" and House-Museum "Zahari Stoyanov", Ecomuseum with aquarium, etc.

There are a variety of attractive recreation areas on the territory of Ruse Municipality. Forest Park "Lipnik" near the village of Nikolovo is a popular place for rest and recreation on weekends among the locals. There is a lake and facilities for fishing, boating, outdoor sports and picnicking. 20 km from Ruse is situated "Rusenski Lom" Nature Park.

Along the Danube runs one of the 15 bicycle corridors that connect bicycle tourism enthusiasts in Europe - EuroVelo 6.

The Nature around the city of Ruse

** Natural Park "Rusenski Lom" - The Rusenski Lom River Valley, along with its tributaries Beli (White), Malki (Little) and Cherni (Black) Lom represents a unique world in itself in which the amazing nature is entwined into out remote past history. Part of the valley was proclaimed a Natural Park. The park is located at about 20 km to the south-west from Ruse. It was created in 1970 with the purpose of preserving the canyons of the three rivers, their flora, fauna and historical landmarks. The rivers have created incredibly beautiful gorges into the limestone rock foundation. It is genuine joy for the eyes and real paradise for rock climbers.

** Natural landmark "Orlova Chuka" Cave - located on the left shore of the Cherni Lom river. It's the 2nd longest cave in Bulgaria (13 438 m in length), representing a complex labyrinth of interweaving galleries, tunnels, abysses, big and small halls.

** Lipnik Forest Park: the park is a big site for recreation, sports, tourism, sunbathing and all other kinds of entertainment, situated at the distance of 12 km east of Ruse. There are country houses, restaurants, artificial lakes, a hotel, a zoo corner, a sports base and a camping site. Its serenity and fresh air attract citizens & foreigners. This is a wonderful place for fishing, water sports, walking and just enjoying the day.

The villages in the region are capturing the tourists with the picturesque nature, the rock landscape and the breath-taking views and the plenty of opportunities for hiking, riding and biking experiences. The surrounding area offers different ways to spend your free time and to enjoy the beauty of the region.

The closest ski resort to Ruse 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.


***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).

Tsenovo, Ruse, Bulgaria

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