Tarhovo, Bulgaria
  • Offer type: Sold
  • District: Gabrovo
  • ID: 527
  • Rooms: 7
  • Built area: 70 m²
  • Property area: 1320 m²
  • Property type: House
  • Property Name: Crown House
  • Municipality: Sevlievo
  • Town/Village: Tarhovo
  • Street: 18 Osma Str.
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Year: 1953
  • Notary deal: The fees for the Notary transfer (deal) are not included in the property price, and they must be paid by the buyer at the end, once the property price is fully paid and prior to the notary deal. They are: 500£ (Notary & Legal Fees) + 5% of the property price (Governmental Fees)
  • Pay monthly plan: £700 Deposit (deducted from the property price) + Min. £630 monthly instalments until the property is paid off



A traditional 2-storey house, with 2 bedrooms, a summer kitchen with shower room and toilet, and a beautiful secluded garden!

Top location – the village of Tarhovo is also only 8 miles away from the Municipal centre – Sevlievo, 13 miles away from the District centre – Gabrovo, 13 miles away from the town of Dryanovo, 28 miles away from the beautiful historic city and popular tourist centre – the city of Veliko Tarnovo.

There is a Village hall, a community centre, a church, and a village shop.

The most attractive landmarks in the area are:

An Orthodox church “St. Dimitar” in the village of Tarhovo – built in 1860;

Tarhovo Dam – an excellent place for sport fishing;

Dryanovo Monastery “St. Archangel Michael”, founded in the 12th century, situated in the picturesque gorge of Dryanovo River;

Bacho Kiro Cave – a four-storey labyrinth of galleries and corridors with a total length of 3,600 m, situated only 300 m away from the Dryanovo Monastery. It is embedded in the canyons of the Andaka and Dryanovo River;

Kolyu Ficheto Museum, Dryanovo – the exhibition was opened on 20 July 1969 in memory of the renowned master builder;

Historical and Architectural Reserve “Bozhentsi”, opened in 1964. The small mountain village of Bozhentsi has preserved its entire Revival appearance and is therefore kept in a form close to its appearance in the 13th to 19th centuries.


Property address

18 Osma Str.

Village of Tarhovo – District of Gabrovo

Post Code: 5424

With its regal exterior and sprawling garden where you can enjoy privacy and peace, the Crown House oozes medieval vibes, sparks your imagination and whisks you back to majestic times of chivalry, magic and miracles. Another close link to the Middle Ages is the fact that back in that time the village of Tarhovo, where the property is situated, was known as a centre of falconry where they trained these remarkable birds of prey to be used for hunting by the retinue of the Bulgarian king who lived in the nearby capital of Tarnovo. How exciting is that?!

The perfect location of the village of Tarhovo is another asset of this fascinating property. Situated near the eponymous Tarhovo dam, a 5-minute drive away from a local Equestrian centre and at the foot of the magnificent Stara Planina, the village offers endless opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts to engage in outdoor activities and explore the beauty of Bulgarian nature. And fans of history will certainly enjoy visiting the ancient Dryanovo Monastery “St. Archangel Michael”, founded in the 12th century, during the Second Bulgarian Empire, which is only 15 miles away from the village of Tarhovo. And as we mentioned above, Veliko Tarnovo, a city full of history and charm, which was the Bulgarian capital during the Second Bulgarian Kingdom, from 12 until 14 c. is also very close to the village (28 miles away).

Tarhovo is also only 8 miles away from the Municipal centre – Sevlievo and 13 miles away from the District centre – Gabrovo. Both towns offer numerous small shops and big shopping centres, as well as all the necessary amenities one might need. Also, the Sofia-Varna motorway is only about 15 minutes away from the town of Sevlievo.

There are ex-pats living in the village of Tarhovo as well as holiday homeowners. The neighbouring village of Lovnidol is also home to a number of expats and there are also a couple of guest houses in it. Wanna be one of those lucky people who are already enjoying the peace and natural beauty of this beautiful part of the Bulgarian countryside? Here’s what the Crown House offers:

On the ground floor of the house, you will find a storage room and two other rooms providing plenty of options to be converted and used as workshops, utility rooms, etc.

On the first floor of the house, you will find a corridor, through which you enter a bedroom and a big kitchen, which you can also use as a dining area, that opens up to a larger bedroom with some preserved furniture.

Attached to the main house there is an outbuilding that you could convert as a lounge area, an additional storage space, etc. There is also another separate outbuilding.

The property also features a summer kitchen with a shower room and toilet.

In the spacious and private garden, there are some fruit trees – pears, apples, etc. as well as grapevines. There away from prying eyes you can relax, rejuvenate, and enjoy the serene and peaceful atmosphere.

There is water and electricity connected to the property.

There is a new water supply up to the house. The plumbing in the main house is partially upgraded and the plumbing in the summer kitchen is all new. There is a new water pit and a new water meter.

The house is located on a quiet street on the outskirts of the village, giving you privacy and peace.

There is a parking space for you to park your vehicle on the street.

The roof is in good condition, as shown in the photos.


More information about the Village of Tarhovo, click here.

More information about the Municipality of Sevlievo, click here

More information about the District of Gabrovo, click here.


Floorplan Crown House (click to view)