The village is truly stunning (Picture: Jam Press/Nikolay Karasabev)
An entire eco-village has hit the market for £2.6 million.
The incredible site comes with seven fairytale-themed homes, a winery, restaurants and a shop.
Located in the Slavic mountains near the village of Gaitaninovo in Bulgaria, the picture-perfect Omaya eco-village is the perfect retreat from real life.
Nestled in 500 acres, there is an abundance of unique architecture and furnishings built entirely from natural materials.
The complex also has its own winery, using the grapes grown in its own vineyards. In addition to this, there is a shop and two restaurants, which offer organic food from its own farm with a closed production cycle.
The lake near the village (Picture: am Press/Nikolay Karasabev)
The seven themed homes are dotted between the forest, meadows, and lakes.
A winding path takes you to the Magic House, where everything in it is circular. This house features a common area with a bedroom, a table with a separate seating area, a fireplace, and a full bath.
Meanwhile, the Fairytale House is described as ‘the emblematic house of the village’ and the ‘personification of the fairytale residence in Omaya.’
A cosy spot (Picture: Jam Press/Nikolay Karasabev)
Inside is a common area with a bedroom, a separate seating area, a fireplace, and a full bath.
Immersed in wildflowers and located near the outdoor pool, the Forest House is comfortably furnished with two separate beds, a fireplace, a small kitchen, a dining table and a full bath.
The Air house is suspended above the ground (Picture: Jam Press/Nikolay Karasabev)
Meanwhile, the open plan Air House lives up to its name as the chimney construction keeps it in the air.
The inside of the Shell House (Picture: Jam Press/Nikolay Karasabev)
Down a long road is the Shell House. Inside the spacious, modern clay house (in the shape of a shell) there is a bedroom and an extra bed, a fireplace, and a full bath.
The tunnel house (Picture: Jam Press/Nikolay Karasabev)
Next is the Tunnels House, which is dug into a mountain slope. The rooms of this house pass like a tunnel into each other and lead to the forest meadow and a pond.
The homes are truly unique (Picture: Jam Press/Nikolay Karasabev)
Finally, the Lake House is built on the shores of one of the lakes in the village. The house has two separate rooms with double beds and individual bathrooms.
The Lake House is picturesque (Picture: Jam Press/Nikolay Karasabev)
In front of the house, there is a veranda with a beautiful view of the lake and the surrounding mountains.
The view from the Lake House (Picture: Jam Press/Nikolay Karasabev)
Each home is surrounded by nature and has easy access to village amenities. Swimming, fishing, horse riding and cycling can all be enjoyed in the area.
Swimming pool area (Picture: Jam Press/Nikolay Karasabev)
The listing describes the village as a ‘small piece of paradise’ and an ‘unreal world as if out of a fairytale.’
Relax in peace (Picture: Jam Press/Nikolay Karasabev)
The village is on sale with Unique Estates, Luxury Portfolio International for €3 million (£2.6 million).
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