Croatia, Brac - The house on the island with a sea view
Dalmatian islands

Ref. : 2016/01, House / Villa Sale

Selling price:750.000 €

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Location: Brac
  • Swimming pool
  • Sea view
  • Garage

Living space: 330
Land space: 1230
Number of rooms: 5
Number of floors: 2
Number of bathrooms: 4
Distance from sea: 250 m


Detached house with pool and sea view, area 200 sq.m. + 100 sq.m. terrace, on the north side of the island, in quiet and tourist town. Land area is 550 sq m and is used as a garden, and has a valid building permit. Distance from the sea is 250 m. Energy class A. The house has two floors, fully furnished, with 5 bedrooms, living room, 2 kitchens, 4 bathrooms, 4 terraces, swimming pool of 6x4 m, depth 50-135 cm, barbecue and a basement of 15 m².

The garden is arranged, partly tiled, in which there are an orchard and vegetable garden. The plot is fenced and protected from view and in it there is a covered private parking for 6 vehicles. On the first floor there are 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living room, kitchen and a large terrace. Outside stairs lead to the second floor where the doors are two separate rooms. The first room has a bedroom, bathroom, small kitchen and terrace, a second bedroom, bathroom and terrace.

In the house there is a separate room with a toilet, a 12 m² used for storage, but can be converted into a room with a toilet. The house has maintained utility connections (electricity, water, sewage, telephone), from construction and operating permits and ownership certificate (01/01). From technical supplements there is air conditioning, satellite TV and ADSL. The house was built in 1977 and renovated in the 2003rd

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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