Croatia, Brac - Mediterranean house surrounded by pine forests, for sale
Dalmatian islands

Ref. : 3941/30, House / Villa Sold

Selling price:190.000 €

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Location: Brac


  • Sea view
  • Parking

Living space: 70
Land space: 1150
Number of rooms: 3
Number of floors: 2
Number of bathrooms: 1
Distance from sea: 70 m


A Mediterranean house surrounded by pine forests and olive trees, on a plot of 1150 m2. It consists of ground floor and first floor, on a fantastic location only 70 m from the sea, with a beautiful view of the bay and the island of Hvar.

The house consists of a ground floor, which includes: kitchen, dining room, living room and bathroom with toilet, staircase going upstairs with 3 (three) bedrooms overlooking the entire cove.

In front of the house there is a landscaped terrace with a surface of 23 m2, and an outer storage room for the tool in the form of a traditional stone "bunja". The house and its plot are ideal for "tourism activities", since a pool can be set up in front of the house (the house is already connected to the water supply) and more mobile-meditation houses can be rented since the parking space is not missing.

The house was built in 2003, legalized, ready to move, built of quality materials with waterproofing, connected water to the water supply network, so that the desired Mediterranean garden can be maintained around the house. In the bay there are another 10 houses, two of which are fish restaurants and taverns for boaters who are there everyday visitors. The house offers an idyllic holiday in one of the cleanest and most attractive bays on the Adriatic, surrounded by the idyllic and fragrant pine forest, away from crowds and noise, yet close to the restaurants, taverns and summer walks in Milna.

Location description
Brac (pronounced [brâːtʃ]; local Chakavian: Broc, pronounced [broːts]; Latin: Bretia, Brattia; Italian: Brazza) is an island in the Adriatic Sea within Croatia, with an area of 396 square kilometres (153 sq mi),[1] making it the largest island in Dalmatia, and the third largest in the Adriatic.

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1. Can foreigners buy property in Croatia?

There is a difference between EU citizens and non EU citizens. EU citizens, natural and legal persons, can purchase real estate in Croatia under the same conditions as Croatian citizens. Non Eu citizens, natural and legal persons, can buy real estate according to reciprocity principle and they need to seek the approval from Ministry of justice of Republic of Croatia.

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First row to the sea is always a win-win situation. Regarding the location: along the coast from Dubrovnik to Zadar, and from Middle Dalmatian islands the most likeable are Brač, Hvar, Šolta, Vis, Korčula and peninsula Pelješac.

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