Price: 100 000.00
Price: GBP 83 393.24
99.01 Euro/sqm
Number: 8005.00

Area: 1010 sqm

Region: Ruse
Town/City: s.CHerven
Footprint: 385 sqm
Garden: 705 sqm
Last tenants: Services
Possibility for supply: Yes
Door: Yes
Floors: 3

Distance to:
Capital city Sofia : 288 km / 178.85 miles
Sea capital city Varna : 195 km / 121.09 miles
Burgas city : 227 km / 140.97 miles
Nearest administrative centre : 16 km / 9.94 miles
Black sea and sea resorts : 201 km / 124.82 miles
The International Airport : 201 km / 124.82 miles

Condition: New
Stage of construction: Under Construction
Year built: 1963
Documents: Notary Act
Owners: 1
Window frames: Aluminium
Elevators: 1
Parking places: Yes

Water supply; Main drains; Telephone, Cable TV;

Ref 8005 We are delighted to offer you this property for converting, With 3 floors to make 8 Apartments and a ground floor restaurant There is a permission for building 8 flats on the two floors, each flat from 55 sq.m. The flats are perfectly placed for those who enjoy the calmness combined with the pleasure of the outstanding views. The building is ready to start work on, there is also a small river and a park at the back of the property which is in the centre of the village which goes back to 600 year AD. On the ground floor there will be a restaurant (not for sale). This is a property with great potential! For Holiday Hotel apartment rental or just resell. The town of Ruse is located on the right bank of the Danube river, approx. 320 km north-east of Sofia, 200 km north-west of Varna and 100 km north-east of Veliko Turnovo. Ruse is an Old Bulgarian town with traditions in culture, art and education and with very developed industry and trade. The greatest and the most important town on the Danube River, it is also known as "The Little Vienna", because of its ancient architecture which dates back from the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century. There are 19 museums worth visiting, a number of hotels and restaurants, cafes and clubs. Ruse is a town with a rich history. In the 19th century Ruse was considered the most European Bulgarian town with a flourishing economy. Cherven is a village situated in the Central part of Northern Bulgaria. It is part of Ivanovo Municipality, Ruse region. There is another village with the same name in Bulgaria. It is located in Asenovgrad Municipality, Plovdiv region. Cherven is about 34 km south-west from the town of Ruse, 12 km south-east from the village of Ivanovo, 38 km north-east from the town of Byala and 53 km north-west from town of Razgrad. Its population is approximately 270 people. Cherven is set in the Eastern part of the Danube plain, about 30 km away from Danube River. Cherni Lom River goes through it and separates it into two parts. The picturesque curves of the river shape rock hills which rise high above the river valley. The relief characterizes low, plain and hilly lands. The climate is humid continental. Hot, dry summer and cold winter. The average temperatures in the summer are about 22 C, and the average ones in the winter are about 0 C. Cherven is a well-developed village. Electricity, water and telephone net are provided. Regular public transportation to the town of Ruse and the village of Ivanovo. The village comprises a town hall, a post office, a community centre and shops. The community centre develops various activities. There is an operational ethnographic display and a library with 6400 volumes of books. The school and kindergarten were closed a long time ago. The nearest educational centres are in the municipal village of Ivanovo (12 km) and town of Dve mogili (17 km). The health centres are in the town of Ruse. Several kilometers away from the village pass the main roads Ruse-Sofia and Ruse-Varna. The region is famous as a granary producer - wheat, barley, corn; technical crops - sun-flower, beetroot. Green crops are available and allow the development of stock-breeding (pig-breeding, cattle-breeding and poultry-raising). Landmarks What the village is mostly famous for is the Medieval Town Cherven built there. The town itself was built upon a rock and was surrounded on all sides by the Cherni Lom River. There was a separation of the population in terms of their wealth - the rich people lived on the upper part, the poor - down. With its solid stone wall, Cherven was inaccessible for its enemies. Its weakness, however, was the fact that it very easily burned down. After the last one, the majority of its citizens left it and settled down to live on the rocks - the risk of fires or floods was much lower there. In this way the place where the city once was, became desert and was covered by the dust as years went by. At the end of the 20th century archeologists became interested in the place and started excavations as a result of which numerous ornaments, tools, weapons, coins and other objects that once belonged to the citizens of the Medieval Town were found. Some of the buildings as churches and schools were recovered. During the Second Bulgarian Kingdom the town was one of the most important centres of the country. Now it is an archeological reserve. Interesting landmark in the area is the Natural Park 'Rusenski Lom'. There could be visited Ivanovo Monastery and the Monastery of Dimitar Basarbovski.


Needs repairs:
Ground Floor
Dining Room
Room on the Floor