Croatia, Pag - House with sea view
Dalmatian islands

Ref. : 2021/277, House / Villa Sale

Selling price:670.000 €

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Location: Pag
Advantages:
  • First row to the sea
  • Sea view
  • Parking
  • It has an Energy Certificate
Description:

Living space: 280
Land space: 1060
Number of rooms: 7
Number of floors: 2
Number of bathrooms: 5
Distance from sea: 5 m

 

A house for sale in a beautiful environment full of nature with a garden that extends to the sea and the beach, which is located in the first row to the sea. The area of the house is 280m2, spreads over two floors with a total of three residential units, and it is located on a plot of 1060m2.

These are two interconnected houses (central main houses and smaller guest houses).
In the main house there are two spacious three-bedroom apartments located on the ground floor and first floor, while the smaller house consists of a spacious two-storey one-bedroom apartment.

Inside the garden there is a swimming pool with sun deck, and several smaller corners for socializing.

Excellent access and infrastructural equipment of the location offers excellent connections with the airport and all Dalmatian centers.
This is an ideal property for the family and all those seeking peace and privacy.

Location description
Pag (pronounced [pâːɡ]; Latin: Pagus, Italian: Pago, German: Baag) is a Croatian island in the northern Adriatic Sea. It is the fifth-largest island of the Croatian coast, and the one with the longest coastline. In the 2011 census, the population of the island was 9,059.[1] There are two towns on the island, Pag and Novalja, as well as many smaller villages and tourist places. Pag is the only Croatian island that is administratively divided between two counties. Its northern part belongs to Lika-Senj County, while the central and southern parts belong to Zadar County.

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