Croatia, Karlobag - House / Villa at the entrance to the town, near the sea, for sale
Istria & Kvarner

Ref. : 3979/30, House / Villa Sale

Selling price:600.000 €

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Location: Karlobag
Advantages:
  • Sea view
  • Parking
Description:

Living space: 450
Land space: 600
Number of rooms: 9
Number of floors: 3
Number of bathrooms: 6
Distance from sea: 150 m

 

The house is 22 years old, located near the entrance to the city, on the hillside and facing the sea. The house is adapted for rooms and apartments. The terrace of the largest area (former taverns, now decorated living space) has a beautiful sea view, as well as balconies on the highest floor. Smaller object behind the house (60m2) comes with a built-in luxury four-bed apartment. There is also a spacious car park in front of the house and a double garage. Close to the sea (150m), main road through town, shops, catering facilities.

The ground floor consists of one apartment and a double garage. On the first floor there are two terraces, two apartments, furnished space of a former tavern, bathroom + WC. On the attic, there are 4 double bedrooms, living room, bathroom + WC and balcony.

Location description
Karlobag (Italian: Carlopago) is a historic and picturesque seaside municipality on the Adriatic coast in Croatia, located underneath Velebit overlooking the island of Pag, west of Gospić and south of Senj. The Gacka river also runs through the area. The population of the municipality is 1,019, with Croats making up the majority at 92.44%, and with 510 people living in the settlement of Karlobag (2001 census). Today, chief occupations are fishing and tourism. Main activities include boating and hiking, as Karlobag is known for its excellent trails. The Velebit mountains rising above Karlobag have been declared the a world biosphere reserve, the only one in Croatia.

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