A LUXORIOUS MINI RESIDENTIAL COMPLEX IS TO BE BUILT NEAR STARA ZAGORA
Eight spa houses are planned to be build in a luxurious complex near the town of Stara Zagora till the beginning of 2008. The dwellings will be made of natural ecological materials like wood and stone and they will have traditional Bulgarian outlook. The new build houses will be supplied with modern sun collectors. Each of them will be spread over the area of 226 sq m and will come together with two garages and two nice yards - one for a barbecue area and another for a garden.
At the owners` desire each house can be supplied with spa water and with equipment for different conveniences like bath-tubs for spa procedures and jakuzzis According to the European standarts the dwellings will have good insulation for increasing the power sufficiency.
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