Croatia, Rab - Secession villa in the city center, for sale
Istria & Kvarner

Ref. : 4746/30, House / Villa Sold

Selling price:On Request

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Location: Rab
SOLD!
Description:

Living space: 300
Land space: 425
Number of rooms: 10
Number of bathrooms: 6
Distance from sea: 50 m

 

Beautiful family secession villa located in the center of the city of Rab. The house was built in the 1930's as a boarding house and has 10 bedrooms (one on the ground floor and 3 on the each floor including the attic), one bathroom and two toilets on each floor, washbasins in the rooms, and a shower in the yard.

The cultivated garden has a fence, a door to the entrance gate, an orchard, a well and a place for 2 or more cars. The house is ideal for a large family and friends. A large yard with summer kitchen, terrace and garden is the heart of the house, and is ideal for gatherings.

The house is located 50 meters from the sea and the harbor, and 200 meters throughout the pine forest to the beach, 300 meters to the main square, cafes, riverside, summer cinema and various other interesting sights.

Urban conditions permit either the renovation of an existing house or the construction of a tourist building (villa, hotel, hostel, restaurant and similar) with 5 floors.

Location description
Rab
Rab (Latin: Arba, Italian: Arbe, German: Arbey) is an island in Croatia and a town of the same name located just off the northern Croatian coast in the Adriatic Sea. The island is 22 km (14 mi) long, has an area of 93.6 km2 (36 sq mi)[1] and 9,480 inhabitants (2001). The highest peak is Kamenjak at 408 m. The northeastern side of the island is mostly barren, karst, while the southwestern side is covered by one of the last oak forests of the Mediterranean.

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