Croatia, Bjelovar - Complex for rural tourism, for sale
Continental Croatia

Ref. : 4838/30, House / Villa/Hotel/Commercial Space/Investments Sale

Selling price:1.600.000 €

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Location: Bjelovar
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  • It has an Energy Certificate

Living space: 950
Land space: 70000


For sale is a complex for rural tourism, located in the northwestern part of Croatia in a small suburb, not far from the town of Bjelovar. The complex is spread over 70,000 m2 of land and consists of 4 buildings. Beautiful nature, clean air and the atmosphere of rural life, yet close enough to the city make this complex ideal for a family outing or a quiet place for business people.

The first building consists of a restaurant and a well-equipped wine cellar (150 m2) and two double rooms on the first floor. The building was built in 2010. The restaurant is decorated in a traditional style and is designed for business receptions and various celebrations, as well as for visiting groups of excursionists and tourists. The second building is spread over two floors and occupies an area of ​​240 m2. It consists of auxiliary kitchens, sanitary fixtures, a salon for 25 people on the ground floor and a conference hall for 40 people on the floor. The third object is currently used as a playroom for children. In the fourth object, which extends over 180 m2 of living space, on two floors, there are 5 double rooms, categorized with 4 *, fully equipped with massage bathtubs, LCD TVs, minibar, air conditioning and have a private terrace overlooking the scenic landscape.

Vineyards are located in four locations, totaling 5 hectares and 34,000 vines. The complex also has a campsite.

Location description
Bjelovar was first mentioned in 1413 and only gained importance when a new fort was built there in 1756, at the command of the Habsburg Empress Maria Theresa. The initial role of the city was to defend central Croatia against the Ottoman invasions. The town had to wait until the end of these wars to be pronounced a free royal town by ban Ivan Mažuranić in 1874.

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