- Property ID C-182
- Status Active
- Type Complex
- Location Sozopol, Bulgaria
- Distance from sea 200 m
- Price 27.300 € - 55.336 €
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- In Construction
- Before completion
- Building suspended
"JASMINE GARDEN" complex is located in the lovely old town of Sozopol - just 300m from its center and 120m from the sea.
The complex offers 5 luxury houses with 4 apartments in each house - one floor one apartment (1 / 2 bedrooms).
"JASMINE GARDEN" complex is built according to the last building technologies with high quality materials. The facade of the complex will be finished with high quality insulation. The complex will be provided with luxury swimming pool, djacuzzi tub, fitness center, party place with barbecue, outdoor parking spots, 24-hour security. We shall take care of everything that you will need to make your stay comfortable in your apartment!
All the apartments will be provided with:
Flat wall, stucco and latex coated walls and ceiling;
Bathrooms and WC - terra-cotta floor and faience walls, bathrooms are ventilated and equipped with douche cabins or baths, tiles;
Flooring - laminated parquet or Italian terra-cotta flooring;
Luxurious lighting bodies;
PVC windows, MDF doors;
Plugs for phone connection, internet and TV;
“Intercom” system, security system, satellite system, phone system;
All our clients will be offered optional full management services such as maintenance, payment of bills for electricity, water and telephone, payment of annual municipal and local taxes, cleaning, laundry, repairs, regular inspection visits to the property. Also included are services such as setting up new water and electricity accounts and submitting annual tax returns etc.
Sozopol is a small ancient town located on the southern Bulgarian Black Sea coast. With his 5000 inhabitants of today, Sozopol is one of the oldest towns on the Bulgarian Black Sea coast line. Located 34 kilometers south of Bourgas on a slender rocky peninsula and three isles, Sozopol was founded in 610 BC by Miletian Greeks as their colony of Apollonia, thrived as a middleman between the Greek and the Thracian world. Later, in the years of early Christianity it was named Sozopol and so was inhabited for more then 2600 years. The Bulgarian National Revival period left its own vivid marks on the appearance of this unusual town with fine architectural ensembles of solid wooden houses.
Today, this charming place is a popular tourist resort best known for its casual ambience, several sandy beaches, and distinctive nineteenth-century stone and wood houses, some 45 of which are designated national cultural monuments. A stroll along the old town's twisting, narrow cobblestone lanes reveals a host of National Revival-era houses, their stone foundations and overhanging upper stories of weathered wood topped by Mediterranean-style red-tiled roofs. The sea-facing streets are lined with small restaurants and cafes, ideal for taking in the views while digging into a plate of tasty locally-raised midi (mussels) fishes and other delicacies.
In addition to being an important trading colony, Apollonia was an active arts and cultural center, a tradition that continues with the annual Apollonia Arts Festival in early September. During these days every night one can choose among a theatre performance, jazz or chamber concert, presentation of a new book, or a ballet performance in the open. The 10 days of the Festival are just enough to accommodate the fifty cultural events with more than 1000 artists, musicians, performers. Five stages with different atmosphere provide the rare and excellent opportunity to enjoy art.
While Sozopol is a bustling place during May-October, in the off-season it reverts back to a sleepy fishing village and is a favored haunt of artists, writers and other contemplative types. The proximity to Bourgas - the administrative and economic centre of Southeast Bulgaria in combination with the opportunities for tourism, recreation and sports leads to more active investments and the foundation of new enterprises.