Don't miss this fantastic opportunity to buy this bargain property on a glorious 900 square meter plot for just 4950 euros!
It needs renovation, but all the supplies are in the neighboring town of Novi Pazar, and the cost for labour is very reasonably priced.
The beautiful, small eco-style village of Bedjene (Shumen District), is set on the south slope of a low hill offering glorious 360 degree panoramic views. Situated in the vicinity of a luscious emerald green forest and enchanting river, it is 18 minutes from the popular shopping, supermarkets, medical facilities, home improvement stores and banks, in the town of Novi Pazar; 40 minutes from the enticing tree-lined pedestrian-only cafe lined boulevards of the historical city of Shuman; and just under an hours drive from Varna and the Black Sea Gardens (the Sofia-Varna highway is just 18 km away from Bedjane - the latter is the ideal location for anyone who wants to live their best life.
Bedjane is not only idyllic and peaceful, it is also a wonderful place to enjoy the fabulous fresh air and aroma. There is an ancient Roman stone fountain with an all-year round mineral spring for residents who want to fill their large bottles with healthful mineral water.
The plot comprises (1): A bungalow (and basement half the size of the house), approximately 50 square meters spanning the ground floor, (plus the basement area). The building has very strong stone (quartz sandstone rock) foundation, and side walls. And (2): A large barn of approximately 70 Sq Meters(with a quartz sandstone foundation around the perimeter foundations, and quartz sandstone back and side wall.
The bungalow needs a new roof and internal renovation in order to be liveable. The new cutting-edge type of metal red roof panels (which come in various large sizes), are ideal, as they are designed to look like individual tiles. These offer the great advantage of being far cheaper than standard roof tiles. Moreover, the do not slip or leak like roof tiles, and insulation can be easily fitted under the panels. Electricity and water are there, and a convenient electricity meter has been installed in the street for easy inspection by the electricity company.
The barn can be made into a fantastic bungalow or house, and planning permission is readily available from the English-speaking Planning Department at the Town Hall in Novi Pazar.
The garden, which is a whopping 900 square meters, and filled with a variety of organic fruit trees and walnut trees, has a terrific view of the surrounding hills and forests.
There is a taxi service from Novi Pazar which regularly collects residents who do not have their own transport. The inhabitants comprise Bulgarians, English, and Russians.