Croatia, Bjelolasica - Building plot, semi-detached house and two unfinished utility buildings, for sale
Continental Croatia

Ref. : 3085/19, House / Villa Off market

Selling price:1 €

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Location: Bjelolasica
  • It has an Energy Certificate

Living space: 185
Land space: 1500


The property is located near the popular ski resort and consists of a building plot of 1500 sq m, one semi-detached house of 80 sqm and 2 unfinished utility buildings suitable to be adapted for bussines or residential purposes. It extends from the main road downhill (mild slope and plane surfaces) and has good parking possibilities and easy access for construction.

This property is situated on a desirable location for a family house or tourist renting. Plot could be split up into 3 smaller ones or be developed as a tourist settlement, which would be good investment opportunity.

This land plot have benefits from being located near to the ski area. This region is an ecological paradise in the beautiful highlands area 700 m above sea level. Panoramic views over forests and fields and spring water near the house. Excellent hiking and trecking possibilities.

Building 1:
Type of house: comfortable semi-detached house in good condition.
Total living area: 80 sqm (three rooms, kitchen, bathroom, corridor).

Building 2:
Type of house: 2 storey unfinished detached building.
Total living area: 65 sqm.
Could be adapted for bussines or residential purposes.

Building 3:
Type of house: Detached old utility building.
Total area: base 40 sqm.
Could be adapted into a 2 storey family house.

Sport center Bjelolasica is located 3 km away.
The seaside is only 45 km away.

Location description
Bjelolasica, located in the western part of Gorski Kotar’s highest mountain peak, whose tower is located on 1534 meters above sea level. Bjelolasica is 7 kilometers long, and is characterized by a narrow ridge of light that stands out above the forest belt.

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