Croatia, Small Island - Old stone castle for sale
Dalmatian islands

Ref. : 2011/73, House / Villa/Off Plan/Land plot/Investments Sold

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Location: Small Island
SOLD!
Advantages:
  • First row to the sea
  • Sea view
  • Stone house
  • Best offer
Description:

Living space: 140
Land space: 1850
Distance from sea: 5 m

 

This is an unique property of the Adratic.

On the small, beautiful island, surface of approximately 60 000m2, which offers complete privacy, there is a small old castle, consist of two floors, with total actual internal area of 140 m2, positioned on a private plot of 1850 m2, which is for sale.

The rest of the island belongs to the state.

The main, upper floor, consists of 110 m2 of empty living space, over 5 meters high, additional two terraces from left and right part of the object, each approximately 100m2 large, which can be equipped and used as additional facilities, such as barbecue, outdoor summer furniture, and all of them could be covered with beautiful wooden pergolas that would raise the overall atmosphere and image of real estate.

In the basement area, or below the housing part, is currently part of the old part of the castle, approximately 30 m2, and it is possible to completely dig out and enlarge the entire level, up to the layout borders of the upper level, including area below the terraces, which would give additional approximately 300 m2, with 3-5 windows.

It is also possible to connect floors with the inner staircase.

On the north part of the castle, separate from the building itself, it is possible to make a ground object (by existing project) with 4 bedrooms on total living area of 100-150 m2.

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