Croatia, Iz - House / villa, first row to the sea
Dalmatian islands

Ref. : 2011/69, House / Villa Sold

Selling price:200.000 €

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

Living space: 162
Land space: 888
Number of rooms: 3
Number of floors: 2
Number of bathrooms: 2
Distance from sea: 10 m

 

This beautiful house is situated in a beautiful location, in a small bay, next to the sea on the island Iz. The local promenade, which connects two neighboring coves, separates the house from the berth and the beach that are right in front of the house and are built on maritime public good.

It was built on a 888 m2 plot, spreads over two floors with a total of 162 m2 of living space. On the ground floor is a 20 m2 basement with a water tank of 60 m3 capacity. The upper floor consists of of 110 m2 apartment and 32 m2 uncovered terraces. It consists of three bedrooms, a long hallway, sanitary facilities (bathroom and toilet are separated), kitchen with dining area and spacious living room. Above is only the loft that can be reached through a small gap using makeshift ladder and is not currently in use. The property is in need of renovation.

Excellent and quiet location next to the sea, spacious garden, most of it unused and is suitable for additional construction (pool or similar content), and a myriad of options in customizing it to the new owner make it ideal for a quiet and relaxing holiday, away from the noise of the city.

As the island Iz has no running water, supply was solved only with water tanks, which are filled with rainwater and during the summer comes water carrier ship from Zadar. The house has a septic tank, electricity and telephone line. All documentation is proper and the property is legalized.

Location description
Iž (pronounced [îːʒ]; Italian: Eso, German: Ese) is an island in the Zadar Archipelago within the Croatian reaches of the Adriatic Sea. It is situated between Ugljan on the north-east and Dugi Otok on the south-west and is about an hour's ferry ride from Zadar. It has an area of 17.59 square kilometres (7 square miles)[1] and a population of 615 (2011).[2] Its mineralogy is composed of mainly limestone and dolomite.[3] The island has been settled since prehistoric times; there is a Catholic church dating from the 11th century and records of the first Croatian settlers date from the year 1266.[4] Its two biggest settlements (Iž Veli and Iž Mali)[5] are located on the eastern part of the island.

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