Croatia, Iz - The house / villa, sea, island of Iz
Dalmatian islands

Ref. : 4266/30, House / Villa Sold

Selling price:130.000 €

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Location: Iz


  • Sea view

Living space: 74
Number of rooms: 3
Number of floors: 2
Number of bathrooms: 1
Distance from sea: 60 m


The house / villa, situated in the picturesque fishing village on the island of Iz, 60m from the sea, in a great location for the kids in the season, but also a place of peace and tranquility in the soul. The house was renovated over several years and is now a nice and comfortable place with Scandinavian style, colors and standards.

The house has 74 m2 of living space on two floors with a terrace and consists of a living room with double ceiling and hallway, two bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen, hallway and a spacious terrace of 22m2. One bedroom has access directly to the terrace. In the living room ensures maximum daylight. The possibility of building the upper roof terrace on the flat part of the roof (with a view of the yacht marina, fresh breeze).

The house is sold complete with new furniture in classic style "old Croatian 'table with 12 seats for dining, wardrobe, cupboard, new patio furniture, umbrella canvas for terraces, kitchen equipment, new gas cooker, 150 liter refrigerator / freezer, a hammock, baby chair, washing machine in the bathroom.

The port for yachts and sailing boats is 60m. To shop with groceries, bakeries, coffee bars is 40m. To the post 100m. Sports (basketball, soccer and tennis) 75m. The nearest beach is 200m. By ferry to Zadar 150m.

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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