Croatia, Brac - Property with 4 buildings and its own cave
Dalmatian islands

Ref. : 2021/250, House / Villa Sale

Selling price:300.000 €

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Location: Brac
  • Parking
  • Stone house
  • It has an Energy Certificate

Living space: 91
Land space: 8700
Number of rooms: 2
Number of floors: 2
Number of bathrooms: 1
Distance from sea: 1200 m


A rarity on the market property with stone houses and its own cave!

The property is spread on cultivated land of 8700m2 (+ additional approx. 700m2 in the process of merging) on itself except olive groves and orchards (figs, plums, mulberries, cherries, sour cherries, quinces and pomegranates) and other carefully maintained Mediterranean plants consists of 4 buildings :

- newly built main stone building (ground floor + basement) with a total area of 45m2 consisting of: living room, kitchen, bathroom and bedroom. The special feature of this property is the associated cave and its direct connection with it.

- stone house of 14m2 which was renovated by the method of drywall construction technique.

- stone canopy of 20m2 under which there is a bread oven, fireplace and dining area.

- a dilapidated stone house with a floor area of 32m2 where the new owner already has a permit for the construction of a 2-storey building with a total living area of 64m2.

This family farm is environmentally friendly and is not only for lovers of peace and nature or tourism, but it is also great for growing organic food as it meets all requirements.

Distance from the sea is 1200 m as well as to the nearest shop or restaurant.

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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