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moving to Bulgaria

Discussion forum for expats moving to or living in Bulgaria.
Subforums: Property for Sale/Rent

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moving to Bulgaria

Post Posted: Sun Dec 23, 2012 3:29 am

Hi all
My name is Dave,my wife and i have just purchased a house in Radovets,having never been to Bulgaria before,we may have made a mistake but we are traveling through in April 2012 for a fortnights holiday to see the area,we plan to holiday there at least twice a year,if we do not like it we will sell.
it would be nice to hear from anybody living in the area to find out what it is like


Re: moving to Bulgaria

Post Posted: Mon Jan 28, 2013 1:27 pm

Presume you mean April 2013.
Yes very very risky to buy a house without seeing it first, especially if you do not know area or village.
Is that the Radovets down near the Turkish border? Very, very rural down that way. Not much infrastructure.
Do you know if your house is liveable in or you could get nasty shock when you turn up for your holiday!


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Re: moving to Bulgaria

Post Posted: Sat Mar 02, 2013 12:12 am

travelbug I must agree that Dave was SO very very risky to buy a house without seeing it first.

Was it Freddy Mercury who sang . another one bites the dust .


Re: moving to Bulgaria

Post Posted: Tue Apr 16, 2013 12:27 am

Hi Dave your in luck as my wife found this message whilst looking for something totally different.Anyway,we that is me [JOHN} and Sandra are the only permanent Brits living in Radovets. So when you arrive look us up and i'm sure we can help you out no end. And after 3 years we know a bit :]. My facebook is JOHN BUTTERS. And to find us in the village is quite simple. If you take the road out of the village heading towards Filipovo and take the last left just before the Radovets sign,we are 100 yards up the track on the right.The house is yellow and has an aircon on the side [Very Expat lol ] Otherwise just ask as everyone knows us. Have a safe trip JOHN AND SANDRA


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