A stunning large Bulgarian home positioned right at the base of the Eastern Rhodope Mountain Range with many outbuildings, courtyard garden, well-‐established fruit trees and the vast forest immediately on your doorstep waiting to be explored. Village: Malko Gradishte Population: 600 Amenities: 4 village shops and bars, 2 village springs for clean mountain drinking water, a café, post office, winery, park and garden shop. Right across the road is a 200 year old Orthodox Church. Other: Only 35km to the Turkish border & 18km to the Greek border. Beautiful lakes and rivers close by as well as many ancient ruins and a rock church to explore. House layout: The main part of the house is on the second floor, consisting of a large porch and hallway, with 4 large rooms breaking off. The downstairs is connected via an outside staircase and acts more like 3 large storage and wine making rooms. There are large traditional barns joined to the side of the house, an annex with a kitchen and bathroom as well as two garages. Garden: A beautiful private walled courtyard garden with mature trees, a water well, grape vines and seating area. Fruit trees includes mulberry, quince, sour cherry, pomegranate and plums. A unique property in a fantastic location, with spring water just around the corner and miles of untouched forest just outside your door. This house is suited to anyone looking to take on a project, but having comfortable space to live while doing so makes life a whole lot easier. The finished half of this property shows the potential you have and proves completion isn’t far from reach. The renovated and used parts of this house are in very good condition and ready to move straight into, while the barns and outbuildings will need restoration in order maintain preservation. Some small areas of rendering on the outside of the main house will be needed soon in order to preserve existing render. This house has massive potential and will make a fantastic home in an incredible mountain location! Situated just 20km to the nearest town Svilengrad, there you’ll find hotels, shops, supermarkets, building supplies, restaurants, cafes, cinema, swimming pools, hospitals, train station, bus station and local markets. Everything you may need is only a short drive, yet with the location of the village and the house being right on the edge, you can feel peaceful and very distant from the rest of the world.