This solid house is located in the village of Byala Reka in the Suhindol region, which is famous for its wines and is a typical Bulgarian rural atmosphere. The village has a shop, a restaurant and a café and is easily accessible all year round by an asphalt road, which is in very good condition.
A house is built in 1938 and has a total living area of 110 sqm. spread over two floors. The first floor offers a corridor, a kitchen with a fireplace and 2 bedrooms. Next to the house is a summer kitchen with a bathroom. On the second floor there is a corridor, a living room and 2 bedrooms. The house is supplied with water and electricity.
The garden extends to 620 sqm. and there is a well, a large barn, stalls and a shelter with a oven, a suitable place for building a barbecue. The whole property is completely enclosed with a stone wall. Structurally the house is in a very good condition but needs a cosmetic repair that will turn it into a wonderful family home.
Al Stambolyski reservoir is situated only 3 km from the village of Byala Reka, and offers a lot of recreational opportunities, for example, jet ski-ing, sailing and fishing all set in spectacular surroundings. The nearest town of Suhindol is famous for its production of Suhindol Gamza wines, the best known of Bulgarian wines, it also has a museum and art gallery.