For those that love the outdoors and beautiful scenery, this cottage should be a serious consideration. The River Ros, an ancient tributary of the Dnieper River, flows not far from the house and offers excellent opportunities for walks, fishing and kayakking. The surrounding coutryside is unspoilt and a short drive from the village are two large forests with cycling and walking trails.
The property itself is of traditional build and has been well maintained by its current owners. Presently used as weekend holiday home, the property is not classed as a dacha and benefits from having permanent residence rights making it ideal for use as a full time home if needed.
Accommodation totals 42.6m2 and has the potential to be extended if required. Heating is provided via electric heaters and a traditional Ukrainian stove.
Built in 1930, the property does have a slate roof and electricity and gas are connected. The gas point is located in the garden and it is possible to have the gas pipe extended and connected to the house directly.
Outside there is a large garden of 1641m2 which is classed as building land and therefore no issues for foreign ownership. Soil quality in the garden is excellent making it ideal for growing your own fruit and vegetables.
Road access to the property is good all year round.
The village itself benefits from having a shop and school a short walk from the house and there are two traditional Orthodox churches. There is a bus stop with three regular buses to Kiev and nearby Bila Tserkva daily.
Kiev city is 85kms away and Bila Tserkva is 20kms.