Croatia, Dugi otok - Semi-detached house, for sale
Dalmatian islands

Ref. : 3266/30, House / Villa/Apartment Sold

Selling price:185.000 €

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Location: Dugi otok
SOLD!
Advantages:
  • Sea view
  • Parking
Description:

Living space: 100
Land space: 140
Number of rooms: 2
Number of floors: 2
Number of bathrooms: 2
Distance from sea: 50 m

 

Semi-detach house, with sea view and garden, located on 2nd row from the sea. House is on 2 floors, 100 m2, with garden of 140 m2. On 1st floor there is hallway, bathroom, kitchen with living room and dinning room, terrace and storage room. On 2nd row, there is hallway, 2 sleeping rooms with terrace, bathroom.
House is located on very peaceful and quiet area on north part of island Dugi otok. The sorroundings is beautiful, in front of the house is like small rocky beach with pear for small boat with which you can make tour in many fantastic places around, and there is also a pretty new small Marina to pear big boats. And there is also one big white sandy beach called Saharun (that in this zone is very famouse because it is rare, it is just 1,5 km by walking through nice natural path or by bike.
House had water tank and septic tank. With house comes and 1 parking space, on ground in front of houses, by the sea, so nothing can block sea view in future.

Dugi Otok has excellent fast boat connections with mainland. A nautical marina is in this area. One more attraction is the beautiful sandy Saharun beach, which is considered one of the best in Europe.

Location description
Dugi otok
Dugi Otok (pronounced [dûɡiː ǒtok]; Croatian for "Long Island", Italian: Isola Lunga) is the seventh largest island in the Adriatic Sea, part of Croatia. It is located off the Dalmatian coast, west of Zadar. It is the largest and easternmost of the Zadarian Islands, and derives its name from its distinctive shape (it is 45 km (28 miles) long by 5 km (3 miles) wide with an area of 114 square kilometres (44 sq mi)[2]).

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