REF N: 2632
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Description House Balchik : 2632
Single-storied house for sale in a very nice village, located on 5 km from the sea and the town of Balchik. There are three 18-hole golf courses with villa communities and marinas at a distance of 10 km. Two of the Golf courses are designed by Gary Player and one - by Ian Woosnam. Other attractions and sightseeing in the area include the Botanical Gardens and the Summer Palace of Queen Maria in Balchik, Art Gallery, Ethnographic and Historical Museums, all within 5 to 8 km.
The house offers 120 sq.m. living area; it has 2 separate entrances and consists of:
-Entrance 1 – ample lounge with kitchen area, one bedroom and very spacious bathroom with WC. Both of the rooms have big windows overlooking the garden.
-Entrance 2 – guest accommodation offering one bedroom and a large bathroom and WC.
There are 3 air-conditioners (one in each room). In front of the house there is a stone paved patio area, ideal spot for a drink in the warm evenings.
Garden is grassed and planted with some fruit trees (figs and walnuts).
The property is connected to electricity and water – mains; there is a new septic tank and security system installed.
Plot size – 700 sq.m. Solid concrete fence.
Balchik is a small seaside town in Northern Bulgaria which combines the romance of its steep streets with the beauty of the sea. For a long time it has been known as the White Town for the white colour of its lime rocks. Balchik has a 21 centuries history and has preserved traces of many cultures. All that can be seen in the Historical museum situated in the town centre.
The village offers excellent facilities for living all-year-round - there are food shops, restaurants, medical service, a school and kindergarten and regular buses to Balchik and Dobrich. The nearest big towns are Varna /40 km/ and Dobrich /35 km/. Albena, one of the biggest Bulgarian resorts with wide and long sandy beaches is only 10 km away. There is regular bus transport from the village to these towns. On the north /35 km/ the furthest eastern point of Bulgaria - cape Kaliakra juts out deep into the sea.