Gorna Studena is 30 km away from Svishtov and the Danube. The village is large and well-developed, with good infrastructure. It provides all basic amenities, such as shops, pubs, a historic museum, a church built in the 19th century and regular bus transport to neighbouring town and villages. Curious fact – Studena Point in the Anvers Island in the Palmer Archipelago, Antarctica is named after the Gorna and Dolna Studena villages.
The house is very spacious and is arranged on one floor; its total living area is 110 sqm. The property comprises of a corridor, kitchen, 5 bedrooms, bathroom and balcony. There is a large basement under the main floor. The house is in good condition but needs some minor renovation works before it can be ready for you to move in.
The adjacent garden is 2100 sqm; it is well-developed and suitable for agricultural activities. The garden also hosts a barn and a water well. The barn can be converted into a workshop or a summer chill out area. Access to the property is via an asphalt road which guarantees easy year round access.
Gorna Studena is next to a main road. Its vicinity has a number of small lakes and reservoir, providing great conditions for fishing and outdoor recreation. The nearby town of Polski Trambesh is known for its mineral water-wells and spas.