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Nikopol, Pleven, Bulgaria

Mowlem Bulgaria, Ruse







431 sq ft

40 sq m

Key features

  • Electricity
  • Water
  • uPVC Doors & Windows
  • Septic Tank
  • Parking Gate
  • Basement
  • Parking Space
  • Nice Views
  • Boiler
  • Yard of 800sq.m.



Price: £23,850
Now 10% Off for Cash Buy Purchase

Pay monthly plan: £600 Deposit (deducted from the property price) + Min. £480 monthly instalments until the property is paid off


A massive house with shower room and toilet and gorgeous surrounding views

The property is situated in the Village of Lozitsa, which is on the main road Svishtov-Nikopol. Lozitsa has a superb location because it is:

* only 10 miles away from the Town of Belene - situated on the right bank of the Danube River, the town is surrounded by many natural heritage attractions to visit such as Persina Nature Park, Persin Island aka Belene Island (the fourth largest Danube island and the largest in Bulgaria), a bird-watching point on Golyama Barzina Island, etc.
* only 11 miles away from the Town of Nikopol - the administrative centre of the Municipality of Nikopol. The town is situated on the right bank of the Danube River, 4 kilometres (2 miles) downstream from the Danube's confluence with the Osam River. It offers many shops, all the necessary amenities as well as local attractions such as medieval fortress and churches and the Persina Nature Park also lies partially in Nikopol;
* 20 miles 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;
* 30 miles from the City of Pleven - the administrative centre of the District of Pleven - it is the seventh most populous city in Bulgaria and a big administrative, economic, political, cultural and transport centre, also offering many tourist attractions;
* 32 miles from the Town of Levski - where there are many shops, a farmers' market with local produce, and all necessary amenities;
* 43 miles away from the Town of Pavlikeni - the administrative centre of the Municipality of Pavlikeni. The town oozes small-town charm and offers many shops, local attractions and all the necessary amenities that one might need and is one of the well-known towns among the expats in Northern Bulgaria.

The village of Lozitsa is very well maintained with street lighting, good roads, shops and a well-developed community centre. The population is 183 people (according to the latest census from 2022) and there are many ex-pats living in the area.

The most attractive landmarks in the area are:

- Orthodox church "St. Troitsa" - in the centre of the Village of Lozitsa. The church was built in 1883 and the style of its frescoes is influenced by Western European art;

- The church "St. St. Petar and Paul" - in the Town of Nikopol - a richly decorated medieval church from the 13th-14th century;

- Persina Nature Park - situated on the territory of three municipalities (Nikopol, Belene and Svishtov), the park is a place for conservation and restoration of Danube wetlands with 1100 animal species;

- "Elia" water fountain - in the Town of Nikopol. The fountain has an immured Ancient Roman gravestone featuring an epitaph;

- "Kaikusha" Protected Site - a marsh that remained after the draining of Svishtov-Belene lowlands. There visitors and tourists can see a typical marsh vegetation and many waterfowl;

- The Historical Museum of Pleven - one of the largest museums in Bulgaria, with an area of 7,000 m² and a permanent exposition of 5,000 items situated in 24 halls.


Property address

2 St. St. Kiril I Metodiy Str.

Village of Lozitsa - District of Pleven

Post Code: 5954

We present to your attention a massive one-storey house situated in the charming and quiet Village of Lozitsa. The Bliss House is a fantastic move-in-ready property, perfect for all those who are not fans of projects and renovations. No building works are needed here - all you need is some furniture and then you can move in with your belongings, unpack and start enjoying life in this cosy and lovely property in the beautiful Bulgarian countryside.

The Bliss House consists of a corridor, a bedroom, a compact cosy kitchen, a room that you can use as a dining/living room, and a shower room with a toilet. There is also a spacious basement downstairs, offering plenty of storage space. The floors in the corridor and kitchen are tiled. The house has two entrances - front and back. It has all new uPVC windows and doors, and good size electric boiler.

The compact size of the house offers flexibility and convenience, making it easy to maintain and keep tidy and clean.

The garden area is flat and in the front of the property, there is a patio area, perfect for the summertime and for throwing BBQ parties. The house is surrounded by pristine nature and beautiful views, making it the perfect place to relax, recharge and enjoy outdoor activities.

There is a gated car entrance with a great wood door.

There is water and electricity connected to the property. There are also pipes for washing machine. There is a septic tank.

There is an asphalt road to the property, giving access all year round.

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


The village of Lozitsa is famous with its big vine massifs and traditions in vine-growing. It can offer amenities such as two food shops, a bar, a church, a police office, a health service and regular transport to the towns nearby. The region is peaceful and beautiful and is appropriate for outside activities hiking, hunting and fishing - Osam River is only 3 miles away.

Lozitsa is considerably well maintained village with asphalted main streets and lighting. There are constructed water and electricity systems. Also phone system is available and the mobile operators have coverage. Bus transportation connects it to the other settlements.


- In the village there is Orthodox church named "St Troitsa".

- Lozitsa village is famous for its first class red wine produced here - Cabernet Sauvignon Lozitsa.

- In the Town of Nikopol there are many landmarks such "Eliya" drinking fountain, the church "St. St. Petar and Paul", the Nikopol fortress, "Vassil Levksi museum" etc.

- Just 10 miles near the Town of Belene is The natural park Persina. It encompasses the 19 Belenski islands. It is unique and significant ecologically for having located there 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".

- Protected area "Kaikusha" - remains of wet zone in the Svishtovsko-Belenskara low land.

The coastal City of Varna with its famous beach resorts and international airport is about 175 miles away from the village.

The village is located approximately 125 miles to the capital City Sofia & International Sofia Airport, and only about 115 miles away to the City of Bucharest (RO) and its International Airport "Otopeni".

The village is about 75 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!!


The municipality of Nikopol is located in Northern Bulgaria and is one of the constituent municipalities of District of Pleven.

The boundaries are as follows: to the east - municipality of Belene; to the south - municipality of Levski; to the southwest - municipality of Pleven; to the west - municipality of Gulyantsi; to the north - Danube River.

The municipality has 14 settlements - the town of Nikopol, the villages of Asenovo, Batsova Mahala, Vabel, Debovo, Dragash Voyvoda, Evlogievo, Zhernov, Lozitsa, Lyubenovo, Muselievo, Novachene, Sanadinovo and Cherkovitsa, with a total population of 10 602 people.

The municipality has the favorable geographical position, there are roads from , , V grade.

Municipality of Nikopol has a rich cultural and historical past. Proof of this are the preserved up to today a number of unique monuments of different historical ages, with which every visitor of this Danube city can get acquainted.

Among the most significant of these are:

- The Medieval Bulgarian fortress, popular among the population such as "Shishmanovo Kale" or "Kaleto" - is located on the western hillside to Nikopol, where you can enjoy magnificent views of the town. The fortress was built by the Romans as a border fortress, after which a settlement was built around it - the predecessor of today's Nikopol;

- The medieval church "St. St. Peter and Paul"- a remarkable monument of culture, a peak achievement of medieval Bulgarian architecture;

- "Elia" fountain - it is a monument of culture. It was built in the 2nd century in memory of the woman Elia, who was the wife of the Roman citizen Fronton. At the front of the fountain there is a tombstone of Elia, on which Fronton has expressed her grief for her early death. To reach the fountain visitors walk through a wonderful promenade. It is located in the southern part of the town of Nikopol;

- The Revival Church "Assumption of the Most Holy Mother of God";

- The house of Tsvyatko Smolyanov - the tombstone of Bishop Philip Stanislavov, who is the first person to have printed a Cyrillic book in Bulgaria in the distant year 1651, is preserved in the house. The book is a prayer book and is called "Abagar". The Apostle of Freedom - Vassil Levski was hiding in the house of Tsvyatko Smolyanov;

- The "St. Stephen" Rock Church - located in the "Plavala" area, around 1 mile east of Nikopol. The church is cut into the limestone, the walls abound old inscriptions and drawings from the age of the birth of Christianity. The church was part of a monastery complex. In 1976, the site was declared historic, named "The Rock Church". In 2003, it was re-categorized as a Natural Landmark.


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.

***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).

Nikopol, Pleven, Bulgaria

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