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Property situated in a picturesque village near Byala, Ruse District. The village is the administrative centre of Tsenovo municipality, which lies in the western part of Rousse Province. Tsenovo is located along the lower course of the Yantra River, in the central Danubian Plain, 32 kilometres from Svishtov and 45 kilometres from the provincial capital of Rousse. The modern village of Tsenovo was founded in the late 16th-early 17th century. On 14 August 1934, it was renamed to Tsenovo in honour of the influential Svishtov merchant Dimitar Apostolov Tsenov who donated 40 million leva (20 512 820 EUR) for the construction of the Svishtov University of Economics.
The property comprises of a solid two-storied house and adjoining plot of 900 sq. m. of land. The house is in very good condition and it is connected to electricity and water – mains. Internet, cable TV and land line telephone are available. The first floor of the house offers 2 rooms, kitchen, bathroom with WC and a corridor. The second floor has 2 bedrooms, balcony and a corridor. Both floors are connected by external stairs. As being uninhabited for some years, the house will need renovation. The yard is well leveled and big enough for adding a swimming pool. There is a barn next to the house, which could be converted into a BBQ with dining-out area, or into living area, playrooms, or anything else.
The village offers all basic facilities – food shops, restaurants, cafes, internet center, municipality’s building, medical services, a bakery, school, regular bus services, etc. The area is suitable for fishing, walking and picnics by the river. Horse riding and hunting are very popular too. There are few properties owned by British people in the village, and many in the area.
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