The village of Daskot is in the central part of Northern Bulgaria. It is situated 35 km north-west from the city of Veliko Tarnavo. It is a large village with two shops, bars and a post office. The village is located 7 km from Pavlikeni, the centre of the municipality. In
The property is about 500 meters from the village center and benefits from being situated on the edge of the village overlooking open countryside and farm land. The house is approached down a tarmac road flanked by walnut and mulberry trees. Entry to the property is gained through large wooden gates set in the center of the barn, providing covered parking for one vehicle and leading onto a stoned area. The total barn area is 120 sq m. It measures 30 m end to end, and is 4 m wide. The enclosed barn measures 7 x 4 m and could easily be converted into extra accommodation. There is a summer kitchen and seating area providing welcoming shade from the summer heat. There is room for a work shop on the side of the summer kitchen.
Along the path to the house there is a lawn on both sides, as well as a variety of fruit trees, perennial plants and herbs. There are plenty of places to sit and relax in the garden, including a belvedere on the side of the house. There is a well, providing water for the many plants. This size of the garden is 5200 sq m. 3,100 sq m of it is surrounding the house and the rest of the land is on the side. There is a separate building suitable for animals or for storage. There is a septic tank, mains water and electricity in the property.
The house, built in 1947, has been renovated about 15 years ago and has up to date electrics and plumbing. The total internal space measures about 177 sq m with an extra 44 m provided by the large terrace which is accessed from the kitchen or the living room. Currently the house needs some minor refurbishment – a coat of paint and furnishing.
The ground floor consists of a main bedroom with dressing room and large shower room; a second bedroom with en suite shower room and a quest bedroom. There is a utility room, hall with stairs leading to the first floor.
Upstairs there is a landing from which one enters in a living room with log burner which provides heat for the central heating. Also there is a study, toilet and kitchen.
The location of the property is particulary important and may only become apparent upon viewing.