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The property is situated in the village of Nikiup, which is famous with the Archeological Reserve Nicopolis Ad Istrum, which is less than 500 meters from the village’s centre. The village has all the basic amenities needed for the day-to-day life such as food shops, local pub, post office, etc. The nearest market towns are Polski Trambesh (20 km) and Veliko Tarnovo (25 km).
The house is stone and brick built with wooden floors and provides 100 sq. m. of living area, distributed over two floors. The ground floor consists of three rooms (3.50 x 4.50 m; 2.20 x 4.50 m; 3 x 4.50 m), hallway (4.50 x 2.20 m), kitchen (3.50 x 1.50 m) and a cellar (3 x 3 m). The upper has another two rooms (4.50 x 4 m; 4 x 4 m), premise for inner bathroom with WC (4 x 1.50 m) and a hallway (4.50 x 2 m). The house is in overall good condition, but it will need updating and modernizing.
The garden size is 1500 sq. m. with two outbuildings, fruit-trees, vineyard and a water-well. Electricity and water are connected to mains; Internet and digital television could be also connected. The property could be renovated and used for permanent living, holidays or letting, as there are local and foreign archeologists constantly working on Nikopolis Ad Istrum.
The property is:
- 800 meters from Nicopolis ad Istrum Archaeological Reserve;
- 20 km from the town of Polski Trambesh;
- 19 km from the town of Gorna Oryahovitsa;
- 23 km from the village of Arbanassi;
- 25 km from the town of Veliko Tarnovo.
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