Croatia, Kastela - Hotel / Villa with restaurant, with sea view, for sale
Dalmatian coast

Ref. : 4014/30, House / Villa/Hotel Sale

Selling price:780.000 €

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Location: Kastela
  • Sea view
  • It has an Energy Certificate

Number of rooms: 16


The villa is located in Kastela, a small seaside resort between Split and Trogir, near the beach, airport and other amenities. This villa is an established property that has been operating since 2003 and has 35 beds. It consists of a reception, a restaurant with capacity for 50 seats, 9 double rooms (two can accommodate an extra bed) and one quadruple room. In addition, there are also 3 two-bedroom apartments with mini-block kitchens.

All rooms are air conditioned, with satellite TV and internet connections. Hot water is solved through solar systems. The villa can be operated throughout the year, since central heating has been introduced. The facility has its own BIO-pit of adequate capacity. All rooms are modernly and tastefully furnished, and offer a wonderful sea view. The restaurant is also located within the facility and offers its guests full service.

This property is approximately 30 m above the road and has its own parking for 15 cars. In the center of Kastela, by the sea you can visit the Renaissance castle.

NOTE: This price is valid only when you buy a business share or the whole company. Otherwise, VAT is charged 25% and the real estate tax is 3% (on land). We are attaching a serious business project to serious clients.

Location description
Kaštela (pronounced [kǎʃtɛla]) is an agglomeration of seven small towns in Croatia, located northwest of the city of Split, west of Solin and east of Trogir, on the central Dalmatian coast. They are part of the Split-Dalmatia County and are administratively treated as a single city with a total population of 38,667 as of 2011 census - although they individually range in size from 3,000 to 7,000 residents.

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