Romania Sotheby’s International Realty announces the listing for sale of “The Blue and Origins Village” in Berislăvești, Vâlcea County, at a price of €1.4 million.
The domain was formed by the relocation and refurbishment of 4 old houses and a barn, transformed into the village hearth.
The properties, over 100 years old, are architecturally defined by an eclectic, traditional-contemporary style. The shingle roofs, glazed windows and the high river-stone porch retain a rustic appearance. Inside, there are authentic old fabrics, antiques from the French markets and locally made furniture and decorations.
Nowadays, the houses host guests who want a quiet corner away from the everyday life.
The Amurg, Zori de Zi, Rădăcini and Origini houses each have two bedrooms, a bathroom and a living area with a wood stove.
The heart of the village is the barn, the festive place where people gather and from where you can see the Cozia Peak. Seasonal food products from Sibiu farmers arrives on the long, one-wood table, and the bread and cakes are homemade.
In figures, the village, spread over a built area of 693 sqm, has 16 rooms, 6 bathrooms – all set on 1.4 ha of land.
“This village is unique in its intention and execution, and the purpose behind the project is as commendable as can be – to preserve traditions and celebrate Romanian origins. Interest in such properties is growing as more and more people seek to get away from the urban hustle and bustle and get back to nature,” said Constantin Prisecaru, Managing Partner, Romania Sotheby’s International Realty.
Strategically located, 25 km from Râmnicu-Vâlcea and 67 km from Sibiu, “The Blue and Origins Village” allows tourists to visit important sights nearby, such as Transalpina, Băile Olănești, Salina Ocnele Mari, Trovantilor Museum, Cozia Monastery or Horezu.
The beauty of this property is the flexibility it offers – it can be a home, investment, business, and holiday home simultaneously.