Croatia, Gospic - House with lake view
Continental Croatia

Ref. : 4955/30, House / Villa Off market

Selling price:1 €

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Location: Gospic
  • Parking
  • It has an Energy Certificate

Living space: 180
Land space: 511
Number of rooms: 6
Number of floors: 3
Number of bathrooms: 2


Charming stone house in a row located in Gorski kotar. It is located in a small tourist mountain town surrounded by beautiful nature.

The house has a living area of 180 m2 and spreads over three floors. The first floor can be adapted into a separate apartment. It consists of two smaller rooms and one larger. On the second floor there is a fully functional and equipped apartment. It consists of a bathroom, kitchen and two bedrooms. Rooms have access to a large terrace with beautiful view of the garden and lake. The third floor consists of two large rooms that are not fully completed and a bathroom.

The house also has an attic that was erected for better insulation.

It has wood heating.

The house was built in 1991, renovated until 2000. In the renovation, a large sound insulation was installed, and the house was connected to the city water supply and sewerage. With a partial renovation, you can get a comfortable home or vacation home.

The garden consists of a spacious and well-kept orchard and a garden of 360 m2. The property also has two smaller connected building plots (total area of 72 m2) in the vicinity which are used as parking spaces.

The house has a beautiful view of the nearby lake. It is located in a quiet environment with beautiful nature and all amenities for both living and temporary vacation. In its vicinity there are two more mountain lakes and a ski resort at a distance of 24 km.

Location description
Gospić (pronounced [ɡǒːspitɕ]) is a town and municipality in the mountainous and sparsely populated region of Lika, Croatia. It is the administrative centre of Lika-Senj county. Gospić is located near the Lika River in the middle of a karst field. Gospić is the third smallest seat of a county government in Croatia. Its status as the county capital helped to spur some development in it, but the town as well as the entire region have suffered a constant decrease in population over the last several decades. Gospić is notable for being the birthplace of Nikola Tesla.

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