Croatia, Peljesac - House 100 meters from the sea, for sale
Dalmatian coast

Ref. : 3823/30, House / Villa Sold

Selling price:On Request

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Location: Peljesac
SOLD!
Advantages:
  • Sea view
  • Parking
Description:

Living space: 516
Land space: 830
Number of rooms: 11
Number of floors: 3
Distance from sea: 100 m

 

The house consists of ground floor and two floors with 11 double rooms with sanitary nets and a balcony of 7 m2 + parking for the vehicle. The house has a total area of ​​516 m2 + a garden of 830 m2. It's about 20 years old. 100 m from the sea and the beach.

On the ground floor there is a bedroom 20 m2, a kitchen of 20 m2, a living room of 25 m2, a dining room of 25 m2, a toilet, and a 15 m2 balcony in the balcony, all furnished and equipped for tourism. It has all the equipment and bedding, the rooms are made up of two beds, wardrobe, table with chairs, two seats and the rest necessary for staying.

Permission to build an apartment of 40 m2 on the yard. It can be adapted and used as a family hotel. Within the aforementioned is a 150 m3 water reservoir which is filled with water in the summer and can be used over the summer in a hydrophone, since water was used when there was no municipal water supply.

Location description
Peljesac (Croatian pronunciation: [pɛ̌ʎɛʃats]) (local Chakavian dialect: Pelišac; Italian: Sabbioncello) is a peninsula in southern Dalmatia[1] in Croatia. The peninsula is part of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County and is the second largest peninsula in Croatia. From the isthmus that begins at Ston, to the top of Cape Lovista, it is 65 km or 40 mi long.

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