A 4-BEDROOM HOME IN THE CENTRE OF THE VILLAGE OF MOGILINO!!The property is situated in a well-developed and peaceful village 37 miles away from the city of Ruse.
The nature in the village is wonderful and surrounded by forests.
A massive 2-storey house with 4 bedrooms in a top central location in an attractive street with Bulgarian country charm!
A great location only 16 miles from the town of Byala, 17 miles from the town of Dve Mogili, 28 miles from the town of Polski Trambesh and very close to the city of Ruse – 37 miles.
There is a village hall, a post office, an active community centre with a library (which has been recently renovated), a healthcare office, a church and a shop / bar.
The road infrastructure of the village is very good. The residents of the village of Mogilino are served by 2 bus companies from the city of Ruse that provide regular daily buses to the district city and back. There is regular bus transport to Dve Mogili and the surrounding settlements.
The most attractive landmarks in the area are:
– The Orthodox Church “St. Dimitar” built in 1882 in the village of Mogilino;
– The village community centre “Selsko sabujdane 1899” which houses a public library;
– The Baniska dam (7 miles);
– The house-museum “Filip Totyu” in the town of Dve Mogili (17 miles)
– The Orlova Chuka cave is the second longest cave in the country (18 miles);
– The monastery “Saint Marina” - in the village of Karan Varbovka (18 miles);
– The Koprivets monastery (18 miles).
TOP LOCATION – 4 BEDROOMS – SHOWER ROOM AND TOILET – STONE FENCE – PINE TREES – GARDEN – PARKING GATE
56 Vazrazhdane Str.
Village of Mogilino – District of Ruse
Post Code: 7165
The property is in a top central location and just a short walk from the central village square and you can walk to the village shop, the post office, the community centre and the village hall - you have all the basic amenities within reach. Located on a cosy street with pine trees on each side of the front door and a charming natural stone fence, the Central house oozes cosiness and warmth and is ready for you to move into.
On the ground floor of the house is a screened entrance hall that leads you to the corridor. The corridor leads to a combined toilet and shower room (shower and toilet are connected to the mains) a big furnished bedroom on the right and on the left a compact kitchen and dining area which you could maximise with storage solutions and design features. There is an adjoining living room which you could also convert into a formal dining room. All rooms on the ground floor are tiled.
The first floor of the house has space entirely dedicated to rest and relaxation. There is a sunlit screened entrance hall leading to a large bright corridor where you can enter all three of the bedrooms situated on the floor: two large rooms and a smaller one - all have natural light with some preserved furniture such as beds and wardrobes. All rooms have oak wood parquet flooring. The entire first floor has a calming and peaceful atmosphere – a soothing sanctuary for a good night’s sleep and sweet dreams!
The property also has outbuildings which you can use to convert into а BBQ area, storage space or a workshop.
The flat garden at the rear of the house has an area of 840 sq.m with a peaceful and harmonious feel offering beautiful views and giving you the opportunity to grow your own fruits, vegetables and flowers or use it as space for leisure and recreation.
There is a gate for you to park in the garden.
There is water and electricity connection in the property.
The roof is in good condition as shown in the photos.
Plot of Land = 840 m2
Despite the splendid rural location, the property is easy to access and is a fantastic place to own a home in the beautiful Bulgarian countryside.
THE VILLAGE OF MOGILINO
The village of Mogilino is a village in northern Bulgaria and is located in the municipality of Dve Mogili district of Ruse.
The village is 16 miles from the town of Byala 17 miles from the town of Dve Mogili 28 miles from the town of Polski Trambesh and very close to the city of Ruse – 37 miles. The village is approximately 173 miles from the capital city of Sofia and 115 miles from the city of Varna.
The population of the village of Mogilino is around 150 residents.
There is a village hall, a post office and an active community centre “Selsko sabujdane 1899” with a library, a church and a shop/bar.
The Church of “St. Dimitar” in the village of Mogilino was built in 1882.
The village has a healthcare office providing healthcare services by a medical team from the city of Ruse consisting of a physician, a dentist, a feldsher (“physician assistant”) and a nurse.
Up until 1934 when it was named Mogilino, the name of the village was named Huydzhekii. In the period 1955-1988, the village was called Zahari Stoyanovo in honour of the famous Bulgarian revolutionary and writer Zahari Stoyanov who was a teacher at the local school briefly in the late 19th century. However, due to the fact that several other villages in the country were also named the same after 1989 the village was once again called Mogilino.
The village fair, which takes place annually on November 7th, is one of the most important dates in the village’s social calendar. People return from other parts of the country and the world to reunite with their families for a day of fun, memories and to honour their roots. The local people also traditionally celebrate the Day of Saint Trifon, the patron saint of vine growers and wine with an annual folk feast.
This really is a property with potential !!
MUNICIPALITY OF DVE MOGILI
The municipality of Dve Mogili is located in northern Bulgaria and is one of the constituent municipalities of the district of Ruse.
The settlement network of the municipality covers 12 villages: the villages of Baniska, Batishnitsa, Bazovets, Karan Varbovka, Katselovo, Mogilino, Ostritsa, Chilnov, Pomen, Pepelina, Shirokovo and the administrative centre – Dve Mogili. It is located 20 miles south of Ruse.
The municipality of Dve Mogili has 2 municipal schools, 1 public school, 2 kindergartens, 11 local community centres and 12 churches.
The population in the municipality is about 9382 inhabitants.
The main landmarks in the municipality are:
The “Orlova Chuka” Cave 6 miles east of the town of Dve Mogili and only 1 mile north of the village of Pepelina in the rocky gorge of the Cherni Lom river. This is one of the most interesting caves in Bulgaria. Since 1963 it has been declared a natural landmark and in 1978 it has been an archaeological monument of culture and national importance. The cave is formed in limestone deposited at the bottom of the former Sarmatian Sea. Cave galleries were shaped much later as a result of the karst processes that took place through the Quaternary. Here were found skeletons of bears, spearheads, flint scrapers, a tower, and pieces of clay vessels from the Eneolithic Age. The total length of the cave galleries is more than 8438 miles. This makes the cave the second largest in length in Bulgaria after the Duhlata cave. The cave is inhabited by about 10,000 bats. Near the Orlova Chuka cave is a hut. The area is dotted with coniferous groves and beautiful meadows. It offers excellent conditions for rock climbing, orientation, green school, archery, horseback riding, interesting eco paths and BBQs. There is a bar and a terrace with 70 seats;
The House Philip Totyu Museum in Dve Mogili is dedicated to the prominent figure of the Bulgarian National Liberation Movement. In the house in Dve Mogili, Philip Totyu spent the last years of his life after returning to Bulgaria after six years in a Romanian prison. In a separate room is an exhibition of the personal belongings of Philip Totyu: a clock, cane, rifle, cheetah flag and photographs and documents about his life and activity. In the other 3 rooms, the interior of an old Balkan house was restored with original items from the time when the voivoda lived;
In all the settlements of the municipality there are monuments related to the historical memory of the people and the perpetuation of the fighters’ heroism for freedom and independence;
The Cherven Fortress. Cherven is one of the most significant Bulgarian cities of the Second Bulgarian State. Cherven is an archaeological site with a significant contribution to the study of medieval Bulgarian culture. The three-story fortress tower from the 14th century is completely preserved;
The Monastery of “St. Marina” is located 1 mile southwest of the village of Karan Varbovka. The road is asphalted and passes through the village itself. The monastery was founded in the Second Bulgarian Kingdom, but during the fall of Bulgaria under Ottoman rule it was destroyed. Nowadays, the monastery operates all year round.
It's a must-visit place!
DISTRICT OF RUSE
Ruse is the biggest Bulgarian river port on the Danube river serving an important part of the international trade of the country.
Also called "The elegant Mini-Vienna" Ruse is the 5th largest city and one of the most beautiful because of its unique architecture.
Ruse occupies a significant place in Bulgarian national history and has a rich cultural-historical heritage a potential needed for the development of cultural tourism. As a settlement Ruse has a rich millennial history.
The Nature around the city of RuseThe
** Natural Park “Rusenski Lom” . The Rusenski Lom river valley along with the tributaries Beli (White), Malki (Little) and Cherni (Black) Lom is a unique world in itself and shows remote past history. Part of the valley was proclaimed a Natural Park. The park is located about 20 km to the southwest of Ruse. The park was created in 1970 with the purpose of preserving the canyons of the three rivers and historical landmarks. The rivers have created incredibly beautiful gorges into the limestone rock foundation. It is ideal for rock climbers.
** Natural landmark “Orlova Chuka” cave is located on the left shore of the Cherni Lom river.
** Lipnik Forest Park: the park is used for recreation, sports, tourism and sunbathing situated 12 km east of Ruse. There are country houses, restaurants, artificial lakes, a hotel, a zoo corner, a sports base and a camping site. The serenity and fresh air attract citizens & foreigners. This is a wonderful place for fishing, water sports, walking and just enjoying your day.
The villages in the region attract tourists with the picturesque nature, the rock landscape and the breath-taking views and offer opportunities for hiking, riding and biking. The surrounding area offers different ways to spend your free time and enjoy the beauty of the region.
The closest ski resort to Ruse is in "Uzana") the geographic centre of Bulgaria 28 miles from Veliko Tarnovo. There are several hotels in the resort which provide tourism and great conditions for relaxing in the quiet and calm atmosphere of the mountain throughout the year. The surrounding sites of Uzana are suitable for rock climbing. In the nearby open-air "Ethnographic Museum Etara" people learn about Bulgarian crafts. The "Sokolski Monastery" is situated a few miles away from Uzana.
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