Number of bedrooms
110 sq.m - 0 sq.m
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Distance from the property to major attractions
- Airport : 120 km
Views from the property
- Forest views
Information about the property
Sadina is a historic village with a lot of places of interest such as the fortress ‘Dobroseldko Kale’, the ethnographic complex ‘Kapanski Complex’ and the ‘St. Troitsa’ chapel.
The Bucharest International Airport is just 120 km away.
This one-storey house was built in 1960 and consists of 3 bedrooms. It requires renovation works. The total built-up area is 110 sqm. There is a spacious plot of 1800 sq.m land that belongs to this house and 3 farm buildings. There is also a 20 sq.m cellar and a parking space.
Distribution of the floors is as follow:
1st floor: consists of 3 bedrooms, a living room, a kitchen and a corridor. All rooms are in good condition, although repair works have to be conducted.
The house is situated in a forest area and overlooks the hills. It is a good condition but requires renovation, which will turn this house into an ideal home for permanent living.
There are fruit stands in the garden, as well as three farm buildings.
RESERVATION AND AGENCY COMMISSION
You could reserve this house immediately by providing a non-refundable deposit of 2000 Euro, payable by credit card (VISA, MasterCard) or bank transfer.
Upon paying the deposit the house will be reserved for the period of 14 days and after that the buyer will have to sign the preliminary contract.
It is required to set up a Bulgarian Ltd. company in order to obtain house with land in our country. For more information visit our LEGAL ADVICE section.
SUPRIMMO charge 3% agency commission (but not less), payable at signing of the Preliminary contract.
THE TOWN OF RUSE
Town of Rouse Ruse (also transliterated as Rousse or Russe) is the fifth largest city in Bulgaria a population of 166 991 (by current address). Ruse is situated in the northeastern part of the country, on the right bank of the Danube, opposite the Romanian city of Giurgiu, 300 km from the capital Sofia and 200 km from the Bulgarian Black Sea Coast. It is the most significant Bulgarian river port, serving an important part of the international trade of the country.
Ruse is known for its 19th- and 20th-century Neo-Baroque and Neo-Rococo architecture, which attracts many tourists. The Ruse-Giurgiu Friendship Bridge, the only one in the shared Bulgarian-Romanian section of the Danube, crosses the river here.
RUSENSKI LOM NATURE PARK
Rusenski Lom Nature Park is located approximately 20 km south from Ruse. The park takes his name from Lom river, which is the last right feeder of Danube river. Nature Park Rusenski Lom flora counts 877 species (23% of Bulgaria’s flora), 30 Balkan and 1 Bulgarian endemic species among them. Endemic plants form 3,4% of all plants in the park. 22 species of fish can be found in the river Rusenski Lom. There are 192 species of birds on the territory of the park. 70 are the mammals species founded in the valley, of totally 100 species on the territory of Bulgaria. Amazing panoramas reveal from each height of Rusenski Lom Nature Park. They entangle the endless curves of the river valley, the forest, the wild beauty of the rock pinnacles as well as the old fortresses and settlements. Among the most remarkable is the bird’s eyes view from the height before the village of Cherven. The town of Cherven was situated here in the times of the Second Bulgarian Kingdom (13-14 century), one of the biggest military, administrative and economic centers of the country.
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