Despite the pandemic, property prices in the Veliko Tarnovo area are rising. Contrary to initial expectations, the real estate market was not severely affected during the pandemic year.
The super complex is located at the top of Kartala quarter in Veliko Tarnovo town.
The building of the most expensive and luxurious residential area of Veliko Tarnovo is just starting. Derveniya House is situated on the top of Kartala in 53 acres of pine forests and has excellent views over the old capital, Tsarevets, Arbanassi and Stara Planina. The investor is a company of the same name. The complex, which includes more than 30 houses, divided into independent plots with yards, swimming pools, barbecues and outbuildings, was designed by arch. Nikolai Georgiev.
The building of houses up to 7 meters with gardens in the last panoramic area of Veliko Tarnovo just began. These luxury Veliko Tarnovo houses will be located in Kuzludzha neighbourhood at the west end of the town.
There is a huge demand for houses in the surrounding villages and the market is exhausted. That is why the investors choose Kozlodzha area, where houses can be built and the owners will be secluded and will feel the cosiness of the area, and at the same time they will be in the town.
Here in Yantra Homes, we offer a wide range of exquisite properties for sale in the historical capital of Bulgaria, Veliko Tarnovo. Our portfolio of Bulgarian real estates also includes low-priced properties in the popular municipalities of Tryavna, Elena, Pavlikeni and Polski Trambesh, among others.
The combination of the romantic ambience with the old crafts makes the region of Veliko Tarnovo extremely popular with property buyers. Whether you are looking for a primary or secondary home, holiday home, villa, apartment, commercial property or looking for investment properties, we can take care of all your needs.
More than three-quarters of a million Brits now owning a holiday home or investment property abroad, it is obvious – that kind of investment has an unquestionable effect – not to mention the benefits of earning passive incomes. From April 2016, buying a second home in the UK will costs 3% in stamp duty i.e. buying a holiday home in Britain will cost the usual amount of stamp duty, plus an additional 2%. However taxes on buying property in Bulgaria won’t change, so if you weren’t tempted to buy your holiday home in Bulgaria before, you might be more tempted now!