owain wrote:What you're looking for is actually quite difficult to find in the South West. Bulgarians do live in village environments. In some Villages and Town Villa districts the properties are spread out but it's rare to find something liveable,on it's own, with a water source and good land that has not yet been used.
Most properties in the South West are set on smaller plots, 800 too 1,000 sq.m, the villagers then will own agricultural plots around the Villages for growing and grazing animals.
You can look at properties available in the whole region, from Gotse Delchev to Blagoevgrad, on imoti.net. Here's a link for them:
MIK wrote:Owain I've found some interesting properties in the website you mentioned...unfortunately they offer very few information, and they don not give many other if you ask....they tell you just to go and see the property
leedarkwood wrote:I asked why there were no isolated houses in the South West when we moved here. The reply was '6000 years of being invaded'.
We bought 6 decare on one plot on the edge of a village but if I did it now I would buy a house in the village on one decare and then buy far cheaper land just outside.
qwerty wrote:You can see the same sort of thing in parts of Greece, Turkey and France, anywhere really where borders have been "Fluid' and repeatedly fought over for centuries.
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