Croatia, Cavtat - Villa with pool and three spacious apartments
Dalmatian coast

Ref. : 3600/30, House / Villa/Apartment Sale

Selling price:1.500.000 €

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Location: Cavtat
  • Swimming pool
  • Sea view
  • Garage
  • It has an Energy Certificate

Living space: 430
Land space: 1000
Number of floors: 3
Distance from sea: 500 m


For sale a spacious villa made in the traditional Dalmatian style and lined with white stone, suitable for vacation and investment. Villas of 430 m2 consist of three spacious apartments. On the low ground floor there are two garages with remote control doors.

On the ground floor there is a main apartment of 170 m2, which consists of a living room, kitchen, bathroom and three bedrooms (two with en-suite bathroom), balcony and terrace. There are 2 two-storey apartments on the first floor and in the attic. Each apartment consists of a living room, open kitchen, guest toilet and balcony on the first floor and three bedrooms (1 with en-suite bathroom) and a bathroom in the attic.

In front of the property is a heated pool of 34 m2, around which there is a large terrace covered with concrete tiles. The property is located on a plot of 1000 m2 and offers a sea view, and is located 500 meters from the sea and the city center. The city of Cavtat is located in the Dubrovnik Riviera, 5 km from Dubrovnik Airport and 15 km from the famous old town of Dubrovnik.

All apartments are furnished and equipped. Oak wood on the floors in the rooms and living rooms, polished stone tiles in all common areas, staircases, etc., ceramic tiles in the kitchen and bathrooms, Scavolini built-in kitchens with German appliances and quartz worktops, all rooms are air conditioned, and the floor heating is located in all kitchens and bathrooms, in all living rooms and bedrooms there are installations for cable, satellite and telephone line, and at the entrance gate there is an intercom. The interior layout allows for adequate flow between the interior and exterior space and is conducive to a modern lifestyle. The house is oriented south-west and most of the functional rooms have an unobstructed view of the sea.

It is also possible to buy each apartment separately: Apartment 1 (on the ground floor, 170 m2) - 525,000 euros
Apartment 2 (on the first floor, duplex, 121 m2) - 420,000 euros
Apartment 3 (on the first floor, duplex, 141 m2) - 440,000 euros

Location description
Cavtat (Croatian: t͡sǎʋtat)[1] is a town in the Dubrovnik-Neretva County of Croatia. It is on the Adriatic Sea coast 15 kilometres (9 miles) south of Dubrovnik and is the centre of the Konavle municipality.

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