Croatia, Korcula - House / villa, sea view
Dalmatian islands

Ref. : 3506/30, House / Villa Sold

Selling price:1 €

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Location: Korcula


  • Sea view
  • Parking
  • Garage

Living space: 408
Land space: 478
Number of rooms: 8
Number of floors: 3
Number of bathrooms: 10
Distance from sea: 150 m


The house, overlooking the sea, is located on the island Korcula with its total surface of ​​408 m2 which stretches over 3 levels.

The ground floor, 110 m2, consists of 4 bedrooms, hall, bathroom with bathtub, a toilet, a pantry, living room, kitchen, terrace and veranda with total surface of ​​38 m2. The ground floor is an old build with thick stone walls. The first floor was built in 2003, 100 m2 and consists of 3 apartments: studio apartment with bathroom and terrace, apartment with a bedroom, living room, kitchen, bathroom and 2 terraces and an apartment with a bedroom, living room, kitchen, bathroom and terrace. The attic with its 80 m2 surface and 20 m2 terrace was also built in 2003 consists of 2 apartments, each with a bedroom, living room and kitchen, bathroom and terrace.

The house has a garage for one car, two covered parking spaces, a tavern with a barbecue and a freestanding bungalow: a studio apartment with a bathroom, built in 2003.

The house has a water supply system, water tank with pump, 2 septic tanks, electricity, satellite TV and is fully furnished and is located 2 minutes from the city center and 150 m from the beach. It is suitable for tourism.

Location description
Korcula (Croatian: [kɔ̂ːrtʃula] ( listen); Italian: Curzola, Greek: Κόρκυρα Μέλαινα, Kórkyra Mélaina, Latin: Corcyra Nigra, Korkyra Melaina, Old-Slavic Krkar) is an island in the Adriatic Sea, in the Dubrovnik-Neretva County of Croatia. The island has an area of 279 km2 (108 sq mi); 46.8 km (29.1 mi) long and on average 7.8 km (4.8 mi) wide[1] — and lies just off the Dalmatian coast.

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