Croatia, Drvenik - Renovated stone house, for sale
Dalmatian islands

Ref. : 4848/30, House / Villa Sale

Selling price:290.000 €

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Location: Drvenik
Description:

Living space: 140
Land space: 450
Number of rooms: 4
Number of floors: 3
Number of bathrooms: 2
Distance from sea: 40 m

 

Completely renovated house for sale, located in a quiet village on the island of Drvenik Veliki. The property is spread over a total of 140 m2 of living space on two floors and consists of two separate apartments.

Each apartment is spread over a total of 70 m2 of living space and consists of two bedrooms, a kitchen with a living room and a dining room, a bathroom and a pleasant terrace. The property has been completely renovated in 2016, when a new facade with insulation was installed.

The island of Drvenik Veliki is very well connected with the mainland by ferry lines. Pleasant Mediterranean climate, peaceful location, untouched nature and clean sea provide everything necessary for a perfect vacation. Nearby are several hidden coves with pebble beaches, as well as all the important facilities - restaurants, shops, bakeries ...

Location description
Drvenik Veli (Italian: Zirona Grande) is an island in Croatian part of Adriatic Sea. It is situated in middle-Dalmatian archipelago, northwest of Šolta, 1.8 kilometres (1.1 miles) from the mainland.[1] Its area is 12.07 square kilometres (4.66 sq mi).[2][3] The highest peak is 178 metres high.[3] The only settlement on the island is the near-eponymous village of Drvenik Veliki (pronounced [dr̩v̞ɛ̌niːk v̞ɛ̂likiː]) with a population of 150 (2011 census).[4] The island was first inhabited in the 15th century.[5] Croatian monuments from the 13th century, the island is mentioned as "Gerona" or "Giruan".[5] Main industries are agriculture, fishing and tourism.[5][6] Coast of the island is constituted of many sand and pebble beaches.[6] Drvenik Mali (Italian: Zirona Piccola) is an island in Croatian part of Adriatic Sea. It is situated in middle-Dalmatian archipelago, west of Drvenik Veliki, 8 nautical miles (15 km) from Trogir. Its area is 3.3 square kilometres (1.3 sq mi).[1][2]

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