A beautiful mostly renovated traditional Bulgarian bungalow with mountain views set back from a quiet street on a good road near the center of a peaceful village at the base of the Eastern Rhodope Mountain range close to the Greek border. Village: Malko Gradishte Population: 600 Amenities: 4 village shops and bars, 2 springs, a café, post office, winery & park. 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 endless forests to explore. House layout: Through the front doors you are met with a hallway and room 1 directly in front. Room 2 is to your right with the start of an en-­‐suite being built. Room 3 is to your left with mountain views. Room 4 is accessed from your porch and would make a great studio / guest room. Garden: Although the land runs right up to the street, the latter half of the garden is currently used as gravel parking. This can be amended easily. The area closest to the house has beautiful mature pomegranate, apricot and willow trees. There’s also a small courtyard garden to the side of the property. This is an amazing opportunity to own a traditional Bulgarian villa. This property would perfectly suit anyone looking for a low maintenance and cheap to finish home, an ideal vacation spot, or a more simple way of life. Situated just 20km to the nearest town Svilengrad, where you’ll find supermarkets, building supplies, schools, hotels, restaurants, cafes, shops, cinema, hospital, train station, bus station sports facilities and markets Everything you need is only a short drive, including ancient ruins, mountain walks, lakes, rivers and vineyards. The renovation work that’s been carried out has been done to a decent standard. All rooms are in good condition and could be moved into day of purchase. The roof, windows and doors are all traditional but in good condition. The house has been built with a mix of terracotta bricks, cob bricks, stone and wood. Some of the outside walls need to be rendered sooner than later to keep the strength and preservation. All in all, it’s a very presentable and tidy property that definitely won’t be on the market much longer! 


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