Croatia, Opuzen - Detached house in the Neretva valley, for sale
Dalmatian coast

Ref. : 4725/30, House / Villa Sold

Selling price:105.000 €

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Location: Opuzen


  • Parking
  • Garage

Living space: 70
Land space: 89
Number of rooms: 2
Number of bathrooms: 2


Nice detached house, located in the Neretva valley, along the main road Split - Dubrovnik. It is spread over 70 m2 of living space, together with 65 m2 on the ground floor, which serves as a storage room (garage) and is possible to be converted into a living space.

On the first floor there is a kitchen with dining room, living room, toilet and a terrace of 30 m2. The inner stairs lead to the first floor, where are two bedrooms, a bathroom and a balcony of 8 m2.

In front of the house is a cultivated garden, enriched with olive and other Mediterranean plants. The house requires very little investment, since it has been completely renovated and well-furnished in 2012 (parquet, tiles, facades, quality new furniture, quality kitchen).

The house is located near all the necessary facilities: the hotel, the shop and the petrol station are only a few minutes walk away. Sandy and rocky beaches are 10 km away as well as the ferry dock. Neretva's popular valley is a 10-minute drive away, offering plenty of opportunities for sports and entertainment (kitesurfing), as well as a peaceful and relaxing vacation for the family.

Location description
Opuzen (Italian: Forte Opus) is a small town in Dubrovnik-Neretva County in Croatia. The town is located 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) upstream from the mouth of the river Neretva, in southern Dalmatia. This settlement is known as a major center of tangerine production in Croatia.

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