We are pleased to offer this building plot in Shiroka Laka, architectual reserve in Rhodope mountains - next to a small river.
There is a project for a 12 rooms house.
Shiroka Luka is a small village, inhabited only by 850 people, but it is an important historical site. It still preserves the traditional Rhodope architecture and culture.
The village is located at 1060 meters elevation in the valley of the Shirokolashka River. Shiroka Luka is situated at the foot of the Rhodope Mountain and Chernatitza, 24 kilometers away from Smolyan, 22 kilometers from Devin and only 11 kilometers from the popular ski resort of Pamporovo.
Shiroka Luka is now an architectural reserve with 90 official monuments from the time of the Bulgarian National Revival. Most of the monuments are houses which still preserve the typical architecture and the oldest ones were built in the beginning of the 19th century. The houses have 2 floors, small windows, long stone chimneys, doors from forged iron, wooden staircases on the inside and small hiding places. Some of the well known houses include the Kalaidjiiska, Grigorov, and Bogdan houses.
One of the most attractive buildings in the village is the Town hall, called Sgurov Konak. It is now home to the Ethnographic Museum where you can see how the people lived during the Revival Period. Another magnificent building is the church Uspenie Bogorodichno. It was built in 1834 and has amazing decorations and architecture. On one side of it is located the Plamarchovata house which became the first school in the area in 1830. In the village there is also a folk music school.