This is a very large urbanized plot of land for sale next to the prestigious Dolna Banya golf course.
A very rare opportunity to acquire urbanized land with unrestricted building use on a superb site, overlooking the prestigious new Dolna Banya golf course development, designed by Steve Nicklaus, son of Jack Nicklaus. Year-round letting should be easy and lucrative, offering summer sports and winter skiing.
The mid-sized town of Dolna Banya is only an hour's drive from Sofia airport via the motorway, and 18 km from Borovets, Bulgaria's first and foremost winter resort. In the coming years a new motorway spur is planned to run right past Dolna Banya to Borovets, cutting the travel time considerably.
The land is located 3 km to the east of the town, within sight of a local airport. The airport has plans to expand, to cope with the extra traffic generated by the Dolna Banya golf course. Dolna Banya airport is also the site of the Service Park for the WRC rally cars during Rally Bulgaria, which takes place in the second week of July.
As well as the obvious busy summer and winter seasons, the short spring and autumn are likely to attract long-weekenders from Sofia. Outdoor sports are playable all year round in this sheltered valley.
The purchaser of the land will be allowed to build anything, from apartment buildings surrounded by a sports complex with a reception building, restaurants, bars, shops, services and recreation rooms, tennis courts, swimming pool, children's playground, etc. to a private mansion, if desired.
The land size is 22,373sq.m. It has permission for a very large floor-space density (0.8), which allows many buildings of unrestricted type to be constructed, such as hotels with grand views and first-class accommodation like manchester hotels.
The view of the mountains is panoramic to both north and south.
As the construction of the golf course next door progresses, it is very likely that the value of this land will increase, and become very high once it nears completion, and also in view of the massive development plans for the Borovets area as a whole.