Croatia, Pazin - Beautiful old stone villa from 1709, for sale
Istria & Kvarner

Ref. : 4711/30, House / Villa Sale

Selling price:550.000 €

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Location: Pazin
Advantages:
  • Swimming pool
  • Stone house
Description:

Living space: 400
Land space: 1800
Number of rooms: 7
Number of bathrooms: 5

 

A beautiful villa built in 1709, renovated in 2007, and 2014 under the conditions for categorization of 5-star stone villas. Due to its rich three-century history, it belongs to one of the 10 oldest renovated villas in Istria.

The gross area of ​​400 m2 (approx. 300 m2 net), with an outdoor covered terrace with grill, an outdoor heated pool with an automatic water disinfection of 55 m2, and a garden around the pool. The whole plot has area of approximately 1800 m2.

The property has a total of 17 rooms, of which is 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, 1 separate WC, living room, relaxation room, game room, kitchen, dining room and laundry. Behind the villas there are parking, and a cottage for wood, tool etc.

The villa is idyllic for the continuation of a tourist rental or a luxury nursing home. It is possible to expand to a total of about 1200 m2. The location of a quiet and idyllic place in the heart of Istria allows you to visit most of the Istrian sights such as Pula, Brijuni National Park, Porec, Novigrad and beautiful Rovinj, which is just 20 minutes away by car.

Location description
Pazin (German: Mitterburg, Italian: Pisino) is the administrative seat of Istria County in Croatia. The town had a population of 8,638 in 2011, of which 4,386 lived in the urban settlement. In 1991 it was made the capital of the županija for its location in the geographical center of the Istria peninsula and in order to boost the development of its interior territories.

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