Exclusive right!!! Listed for sale!!! 6 ha for new development. (60,000 sq.m.) rural plot of land in Dusheti, near Armisuli Bazalet lake. 950 above sea level. The plot is of mixed type, slightly sloping, almost straight terrain. It is completely fenced with capital, barbed wire on steel reinforced concrete milquardate posts. A good dirt road leads to the plot, it has two approaches. to Bazalet and from Bazalet Lake. All communications are continuous. e-mail The energy is entered, the subscription is made. Gas is nearby in the settlement. Natural spring water comes out, a well should be built for the water. It is ideal for creating a new country area, for planning a complex, for the construction of villas, cottages, country houses. The territory is surrounded by a massif of mixed forest on the entire perimeter and it is fenced. It has beautiful panoramic views of Bazaleti lake, mountains and the whole of Bazaleti. Price: 750,000 USD. dollar. Tel: 592 727200; 592 727247;
For Sale Land Bazaleti Dusheti Mtskheta Mtianeti
- Real estate status: Plots for villa in regions
- Area:60000 m²
- Agricultural purpose
- Natural gas
- Gravel road - 1 კმ.
- Asphalt road
- Panoramic views
- Fenced area
- Green space
- Forest massif
Bazaleti LakeThe Bazaleti Lake (Georgian: ბაზალეთის ტბა) is a lake in eastern Georgia some 60 km northwest of the nation's capital Tbilisi and 5 km south of the town of Dusheti. The surface area of the lake is 1.22 km². and its maximum depth is 30 m. It is known that Bazaleti lake has an outflow but it has not been discovered. Lake is used for fish culture, irrigation and recreation.
The nearby village and the historical district around the lake are also known as Bazaleti. In 1626, the Battle of Bazaleti between two rival Georgian factions took place there. The area around the lake housed a flourishing medieval town and is surrounded by many legends. According to local legend, a golden-lips child is lying in a golden crib on the bottom of the lake. The lake was formed from his mother's tears. The story is retold in a Georgian poem. Locals claim that the water in the lake recirculates. They tell a story about a bull which was drowned in the lake and was later found in a well in the nearby village.
Currently, the area is a popular recreational area served by a modern tourist complex.