Croatia, Dubrovnik - Spacious property with newly built villa, for sale
Dalmatian coast

Ref. : 2016/328, House / Villa Sold

Selling price:550.000 €

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Location: Dubrovnik


  • New build
  • It has an Energy Certificate

Living space: 170
Land space: 10000
Number of rooms: 4
Number of floors: 1
Number of bathrooms: 2
Distance from sea: 600 m


For sale is a spacious property located near Dubrovnik, on the island in the Elafit Archipelago. The property consists of a newly built villa of 170 m2 with a nice, rectangular shaped plot of 4000 m2, with dry-stone fences, two stone ruins for the reconstruction, gross surface of 108 m2 and 188 m2, and 6000 m2 of olive grove located near the house and plot.

The newly built villa is spread over 170 m2, two floors - ground floor and first floor, and consists of four bedrooms, living room with kitchen, bathroom and additional toilet, storage room and covered terrace. The house is fully equipped and decorated with teak-made furniture, covered with hand-carved stone. In front of the property there is a space for pool construction. The property has a connection to electricity and water and a proper septic tank.

Since the property is located in a beautiful position, surrounded by greenery, the offer represents a very high quality holiday property with great potential for further development. The villa is well connected to the whole island because of the vicinity of the main road, so all the facilities the island offers are reachable for a couple of minutes by car, as well as the ferry line to Dubrovnik. Ideal property for customers who want to enjoy total peace.

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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