Croatia, Silba - House / villa, on a hill by the sea
Dalmatian islands

Ref. : 4093/30, House / Villa Sale

Selling price:500.000 €

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Location: Silba
  • First row to the sea
  • Sea view

Living space: 525
Land space: 420
Distance from sea: 150 m


This beautiful house / villa is built in a beautiful location, on higher ground, first row to the sea, on the east side of the island Silba.

It stretches over 3 floors with a total of 525 m2 living space. It consists of 5 comfortable apartments and two studio apartments and are all equipped with kitchen, satellite TV and air conditioning. All apartments have a terrace or balcony, depending on which floor they are located, with a breathtaking view of Velebit and islands Pag and Olib. Villa has the capacity to accommodate 25-30 people.

The beautiful garden of 420 m2 and a natural path that leads from the house to the natural quiet beaches make this property unique. Other beaches are about 5-10 minutes walk. In front of the house the land plot is located but the construction is prohibited.Silba is ecologically pure island, with no crowd, ideal for complete relaxation in a quiet environment isolated from the city. It is possible to rent a boat, or an organized boating on the nearby islands and the possibility of buying additional land plot for construction of 1300 m2 next to the property for 130,000 euros.

Location description
Silba (pronounced [sîlba]; Italian: Selve) is an island in Croatia with an area of 15 km2,[1] northern Dalmatia, south-east of Lošinj, between the islands of Premuda and Olib. It has a Mediterranean climate with 2570 hours a year of sunshine. Most summer days are hot, bright and clear with light westerly Maestral wind cooling the island in the afternoons.

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