Croatia, Solta - House in the second row to the sea, for sale
Dalmatian islands

Ref. : 4831/30, House / Villa Sale

Selling price:566.000 €

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Location: Solta
  • Sea view
  • Parking

Living space: 275
Land space: 536
Number of rooms: 5
Number of floors: 3
Number of bathrooms: 6
Distance from sea: 30 m


Modern, detached house located in the second row to the sea in the western part of the island of Solta, in the place Maslinica. This place is characterized by a beautiful landscape and attracts a large number of boaters from all over the world.

The house is located on a plot of 536 m2, extends to 275 m2 of living space, and consists of ground floor, first floor and attic.

The ground floor consists of a tavern of 20 m2 and a 60 m2 apartment consisting of living room, kitchen, bedroom, wardrobe and bathroom.

On the first floor and the attic there is a two-storey apartment. On the first level there is a living room with a balcony overlooking the sea, a kitchen, a dining room and a small toilet and an internal staircase leading to the second floor. On the second level there are four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a small WC.

In front of the property is a parking for six cars and a terrace with a barbecue.

The property is ideal for tourist rentals, annual vacations or living, given the location and great potential of Maslinica and the island of Solta.

Location description
Šolta is an island in Croatia. It is situated in the Adriatic Sea in the central Dalmatian archipelago, west of the island of Brač, south of Split and east of the Drvenik islands, Drvenik Mali and Drvenik Veli.

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1. Can foreigners buy property in Croatia?

There is a difference between EU citizens and non EU citizens. EU citizens, natural and legal persons, can purchase real estate in Croatia under the same conditions as Croatian citizens. Non Eu citizens, natural and legal persons, can buy real estate according to reciprocity principle and they need to seek the approval from Ministry of justice of Republic of Croatia.

2. What taxes I have to pay when buying real estate in Croatia?

Property tax in Croatia is 3 % of tax office property estimate. It is payed by the Buyer and only once.

3. What is the best time of year to go to Croatia?

Croatia has a mild climate, so it is very nice to make a visit anytime. However, the best period to buy is between October and December, and than April to June. As a tourists country, during the summer many properties are rented thus more difficult to arrange visits of real estate.

4. What is the best place in Croatia to buy a villa?

First row to the sea is always a win-win situation. Regarding the location: along the coast from Dubrovnik to Zadar, and from Middle Dalmatian islands the most likeable are Brač, Hvar, Šolta, Vis, Korčula and peninsula Pelješac.

5. How do I find a house for rent in Split Croatia?

Split is more of an apartment place, thus easier to rent apartment for a long term . However, it is possible to find a villa for a long term rent. As lease is always unpredictable, and situation changes quickly, it is always the best solution to contact an agency to see what is currently on the market and available.

6. Is now a good time to invest in the Croatian real estate market?

Real estate market in Croatia is very vivid last years, and still rising, so it is definitely good period to invest and get a satisfying ROI.

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8. Can I pay in foreign currency when buying real estate in Croatia?

All payments of real estate must be in national currency, which is HRK. However, any payment in foreign currencies will be converted into kuna.