Borovo, Bulgaria
  • Offer type: Sold
  • District: Ruse
  • ID: 522
  • Rooms: 6
  • Built area: 92 m²
  • Property area: 744 m²
  • Property type: House
  • Property Name: Station House
  • Municipality: Borovo
  • Town/Village: Borovo
  • Street: 63 Shesti Septemvri Str.
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Year: 1963
  • 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: £500 Deposit (deducted from the property price) + Min. £500 monthly instalments until the property is paid off



A 2-storey house, with a summer kitchen, a shower room and toilet, as well as a lovely flat garden with fruit trees, providing space and privacy!

Great location – surrounded by the Town of Byala – located only 4 miles, the Town of Dve Mogili – located approximately 9 miles away, the biggest city in the area with the biggest Bulgarian port on the Danube River – the City of Ruse – about 28 miles and the City of Veliko Tarnovo – one of the most popular tourist centres – located about 39 miles away.

The most attractive landmarks in the area are:

– “Tomb of a Tantrian aristocrat from IV century BC” – it is located in the central part of the Town of Borovo;

– The church of “St. Ivan Rilski” in the Village of Brestovitsa;

– The panoramic bank of the Danube near Batin gives great opportunities for recreation and sport fishing;

– House Philip Totyu Museum in Dve Mogili;

– Cherven Fortress – it is located near the village of Cherven;

– Monastery of “St. Marina” – located only 1 mile southwest of the village of Karan Varbovka;

– “Orlova Chuka” Cave – only 1 mile north of the village of Pepelina in the rocky gorge of the Cherni Lom River.


Property address

63 Shesti Septemvri Str.

Town of Borovo – District of Ruse

Post Code: 7174

Have you ever fancied living in a picture-perfect home straight off a postcard or a fairy tale book cover? Then look no further because the Station House is the perfect choice for you. Situated on the idyllic-looking main street in the pretty town of Borovo, the property exudes cosiness and a quintessential small-town charm.

Living in Borovo you could have all amenities necessary for modern life such as а pharmacy, a restaurant, a number of food shops and building materials shops, a petrol station, a train station, a school and a kindergarten, etc., while at the same time living close to nature and enjoying the beauty of the Bulgarian countryside. The majestic Rusenski Lom Nature Park is also only a stone’s throw away, the stunning Orlova Chuka cave is only a 15-minutes away by car, the Medieval Fortified Town of Cherven dating back to the 12th century, the Rock-Hewn Churches of Ivanovo (a UNESCO HERITAGE SITE) and the Rock Monastery St. Dimitar Basarabovski are also in very close proximity. You could also explore the area by bike, an experience for all of your senses. Fishing enthusiasts should know that the Yantra and Danube Rivers are also not far away from the Town of Borovo, so they can start planning their next fishing trip. When you start craving busy city life again, the cities of Ruse (the biggest Bulgarian city on the Danube River) and Veliko Tarnovo (the Medieval Bulgarian capital) are there for you to explore and enjoy. Both are popular tourist destinations and offer plenty to see and experience. Ruse is 25-30 minutes away by car/1 hour by train from Borovo and Veliko Tarnovo is about 40-50 minutes away by car.

And now back to the main protagonist of our picture-perfect story – the Station House. It catches your attention even while you are still at the entrance door with its pristine white exterior and amazing trellis vines where you can instantly envision yourself enjoying a cold drink under the shade on a hot summer afternoon.

On the ground floor of the house, you will find a corridor, which opens up to a room on the right, which you can convert to use as an additional living area, a guest space, an office or basically any kind of premise according to your wishes. The opportunities are endless, we are just throwing a few ideas. To the left of the corridor, you will find a basement with storage shelves.

On the first floor of the house, you will find a screened entrance hall, which opens up to a corridor leading you to the kitchen and the two bedrooms of the house. In the kitchen, you will find a washing machine so you can also use the space as a utility room as well since there is enough space for the room to combine both functions. The two cosy bedrooms offer you the perfect space to relax. There is preserved furniture which creates a charming vintage feel and could serve as an inspiration for the decoration of the rooms.

Next to the main house there is an attached summer kitchen, which offers you additional space for preparing your meals and dining. Through the summer kitchen, you enter the shower room with a toilet.

The garden is flat and spacious, with numerous fruit trees. It offers privacy and seclusion and you can relax and enjoy nature and fresh air, away from prying eyes.

There are outbuildings in the property that offer additional storage space as well as vintage charm to the property, which can also be converted and used as a workshop.

The property has a garage with a pit.

There is water and electricity connected to the property.

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


More information about the Municipality of Borovo, click here.

More information about the District of Ruse, click here.


Floorplan Station House (click to view)