- (EUR 60,000)
- Apartment / Flat 2 bedrooms
- For Sale
complex of development has 33 apartments split into 5 houses of 3 floors apartments are overlooking
the Bay of Sozopol with breathtaking sea and Old ancient town views.
House 1, 2, 3, 5 have 6 apartments & House 4 has 9
apartments, 18 x 1 bedrooms & 15 x 2 Bedrooms, you cannot build higher than 10 meters in this area of Sozopol. 18 Car parking
spaces for all owners to use. On site 24 hour security 365 days a year.
This area is the most exclusive on the
Black sea coast. There is a large communal swimming pool + children`s pool, Reception and parking places. The building has been designed to built as traditional Old 18th Century Bulgarian style houses to keep in fitting with the area of the Old
ancient town of Sozopol.
The location is absolutely beautiful, and the development is a 7-10 minute walk into the center
of Sozopol and 3 minutes walk to one of several close beaches. Our Managing Director states that after 2 ½ years of viewing
towns for investing in Bulgaria, Sozopol is the most beautiful place he has visited in Bulgaria and most Bulgarians agree
The Sozopol Bay View project is 3rd line and only 150 meters from the sea. The land is slightly elevated this
ensures that the development will always have the fantastic sea and old town views, nobody can take them away as you can only
build 10 meters high (3 Floors) in Sozopol.
Very fast Sozopol is becoming the most up market resort on the Black sea coast. It really is a beautiful old town, with amazing restaurants overhanging the sea. Prices for food and alcohol are extremely cheap compared to some of the bigger resorts and the food is all fresh and is of the best quality, Bulgarian wine is a must and is very cheap the French wine companies have been buying up thousands of acres of agricultural land and the EU have been giving grants to the Bulgarian vine yards.
Added to the prices are Bulgarian Notary and legislation fees of approximately 2.1% of the total purchase price . There are no other fees or hidden charges payable .
Location: The Ancient town of Sozopol has population of about 7,000 people and is situated 31km south of Bourgas. The town lies on a small peninsula in the farthest southern part of the Bourgas Bay. A one hundred-meter long strip of land connects it to the mainland. From 1925 on, the town has expanded in the direction of the Harmanite Area (the so-called new town ).
Sozopol has a small picturesque harbour. The famous Tsar s Beach is located to the north of the town. Raiski Zaliv (Paradise Bay) is nestled among rocks to the south of the town, while further southwards are the Kavatsite beach. The Harmanite Beach is immediately to the south of the so-called new town . An ancient necropolis was found here in 1993 and excavations are still going on.
Places of Interest: The sights of Sozopol are many, but none of them can be separated
from the rest since all of them impact the visitors as an attractive ensemble. Among these are two ancient churches from the
Renaissance period - St. Zosim Church and The Holy Virgin Church. The houses of Dimitur Laskaridis, who used to be a fish
trader (built in the 17th century, and now hosting an art gallery), Ana Trendafilova, Kourtidis, Una Psarianova (now redesigned into a restaurant, Stenata Restaurant), Grandmother Koukoulissa Hadzhinikolova (today housing the office of Sturshel Newspaper), Metropoliev (a medical centre at present), Kreanoolu, are only a few of the more than 45 architectural monuments of Sozopol. The ancient atmosphere of the town is further fed by cobbled streets and high fences. Interestingly, one can still hear Greek speech among natives, particularly in the old town. Interesting places to visit are the Archaeological Museum and the Art Gallery. Moreover, at the beginning of September each year the town hosts the big Apolonia International Art Festival, which attracts artists and art lovers from all over the country and abroad.
The isle of St. Ivan is situated just 2km away from the old town in northern direction. St. Ivan is the biggest Black Sea isle in Bulgarian territorial waters. The isle shelters a sonar lighthouse, which together with the lighthouse on the Emine cape shows the way to the Bourgas Bay.
Outside Sozopol, there are a number of fjord-like formations to the south. The coast here is particularly high and jagged by the incoming waves. There are numerous secluded caves as well. Some 20km to the south is the mouth of the Ropotamo River, which is declared a natural reserve. The Duni Resort is situated 12 km north of Primorsko. It offers lots of hotels, villas and bungalows. The Alepou Beach and Arkoutino Beach just next to the resort in southern direction are wild and beautiful places where the sea is traditionally rough. Cape Maslen is situated just after the mouth of the Roporamo River. Its rocky profile and steep slope down to the sea offer a great view to tourists on top of it.
Beneath the cape, one can see small and quiet coves among the fiords, covered with pebbles and seashells. Further southwards
is the Perla Camping located in one of the most beautiful bays along the Black Sea coast. Here the beach gradually turns into
a green grove. Nearby is the marsh of Stomoplo. Two natural reserves cover this area - Vodna Lilia (water lily) and Velyov
Vir. Via Pontica - the way of migrating birds flying to the south passes through here. Every year at the end of the summer
thousands of storks, pelicans, and about 30 species of birds of prey gather in the area before they head southwards to spend the winter.
History and General Info: The Ropotamo River originates from springs located some 50 kilometers to the west in the Strandzha Mountains. The mouth of the river is some 30 meters wide and is a favorite place of local fishermen. The river is named after the Greek goddess of Ro , meaning Run (Potamo meaning in turn `River ). The legend tells that the
Goddess was so charming and sang so beautifully that she managed to talk in pirates to leave the area in peace.
The Ropotamo River is particularly famous for its tender water lilies. A boat trip down the river or a walk along its banks is an unforgettable experience. Tour boats sail down the lower section of the river. The nature here is breathtaking for its bundance of flora species, impressive rocky formations (such as the so-called Lion s Head rock standing out on the right-hand bank of the river), small caves, and water plants and animals. Ropotamo was declared a natural reserve already in 1940 - it is home to more than 100 species, to be found in the country s Red Book of endangered species. With its 1,000 acres of land, it is also among the country s most protected areas. Among the most attractive representatives of the local fauna are enormous white-tailed eagles with wingspans of over 200 centimeters, and eagle owls, some of which make their nests in the above-mentioned Lion s Head rock.
Besides its appeal to nature lovers, the area is of particular attraction to hunters as well. Red deer, fallow deer, wild boar, roe deer, wolf, fox and jackal are the main game species. The migratory birds route of Via Pontica also passes over the territory of Ropotamo, which is connected to the presence of various wild duck and geese and particularly woodcock. The latter is a favorite target of many foreign hunters visiting the region during the utumn or winter.
Transport: A boarding place for tour boats is located on the road between Duni and Primorsko. Most regular bus lines connecting Bourgas to the southern sea resorts pass through there and drop tourists.
Deposit 1,500 euro to reserve
50% of value within 30 days of signing the preliminary contract
50% On the Notary Transfer.
The complex is completely finished with ACT16.
Fully firnished .
The price displayed is for one bedroom
The cheapests two bedroom apartment costs EUR 69000 eur.