Croatia, Dubrovnik - House / villa, first row to the sea
Dalmatian coast

Ref. : 2011/34, House / Villa/Land plot Sale

Selling price:On Request

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Location: Dubrovnik
Advantages:
  • First row to the sea
  • Sea view
Description:

Living space: 1420
Land space: 1180
Number of floors: 1
Distance from sea: 5 m

 

This beautiful property is located in an attractive location, on the fresh water wellspring, in Zaton bay, only 7 km from Dubrovnik.

The property consists of two houses. One house is an old mill built in 1877., it was restored and serves as a dam for fresh water lake behind the house on the north side of the building, while on the south side the house has direct access to the sea. The house itself has one floor and consists of a main house and auxiliary house (approx. 720 square meters), with a large porch, which in total is 779 m2 of ground surface. The second house is one-storey, approx. 700 square meters, with 400 m2 of land and is located on the front line of the sea. It closes small bay which is ideal for mooring boats. On the northeast corner there is another source of very quality water, which belongs to the house. Issuance of building permits for both properties is in progress.

Excellent location, next to the sea, on the fresh water wellspring, two historical houses and the proximity of other facilities (airport is only 30 km) make this property an exceptional investment.

Location description
Dubrovnik ([dǔbroːʋniːk] ( listen);[2] Italian: Ragusa) is a Croatian city on the Adriatic Sea, in the region of Dalmatia. It is one of the most prominent tourist destinations in the Mediterranean Sea, a seaport and the center of Dubrovnik-Neretva County. Its total population is 42,615 (census 2011).[1] In 1979, the city of Dubrovnik joined the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites.

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