Croatia, Primosten - Modern newly built apartments, for sale
Dalmatian coast

Ref. : 2022/151, Apartment Sold

Selling price:143.500 €

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Location: Primosten
SOLD!
Advantages:
  • First row to the sea
  • Sea view
  • Parking
  • Modern
  • New build
Description:

Living space: 50
Number of rooms: 1
Number of floors: 2
Number of bathrooms: 1
Distance from sea: 10 m

 

For sale are modern apartments under construction, situated in the first and second row to the sea in the area of ​​Primosten, in a nice small cove with a pebble beach. They are situated in two residential buildings, built using high quality materials, and sold on a turn-key basis, without furniture. All apartments have their own parking space. Completion of construction is expected in the spring of 2019.

Building in the first row to the sea:

S1 - ground floor - surface of 50m2 + garden of 74m2, one bedroom - 143,500 €
S2 - SOLD
S3 - SOLD
S4 - SOLD
S5 - SOLD

Building in the second row to the sea:

S1 - ground floor - surface of 55.57m2 + garden of 41m2, two bedrooms - 155.000 € - SOLD
S2 - SOLD
S3 - first floor - surface of 95.73m2, three bedrooms - 258.000 € - SOLD
S4 - SOLD

Distance to the town of Primosten is 10 kilometers, Sibenik is 20 kilometers away, and Split Airport 45 kilometers.

Location description
Primošten (pronounced [prǐmɔʃtɛn]; Italian: Capocesto) is a town in Croatia, and a part of the Šibenik-Knin County. It is situated in the south, between the cities of Šibenik and Trogir, on the Adriatic coast. 97.03% of the citizens are Croats.

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