Croatia, Ugljan - House / villa with swimming pool and sea view
Dalmatian islands

Ref. : 3511/30, House / Villa Sale

Selling price:350.000 €

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Location: Ugljan
  • Swimming pool
  • Sea view
  • It has an Energy Certificate

Living space: 260
Land space: 1000
Number of rooms: 5
Number of floors: 2
Distance from sea: 400 m


The villa is located on the edge of a fishing village on the island of Ugljan, 20 minutes by ferry from Zadar. Total living surface is ​​approx. 260 m2 with 1,000 m2 garden. It is located 400 meters from the beach and has a beautiful sea view

The property is entered through the hall on the ground floor where there are two bedrooms and a bathroom with shower and washing machine. A staircase leads to the air-conditioned living room with sliding door that opens onto a sunny terrace overlooking the sea. The dining room and fully equipped kitchen including a dishwasher, refrigerator, stove and oven is entered from the spacious living room. A staircase leads up to the next level with three air-conditioned bedrooms and a bathroom with corner jacuzzi. The staircase to the floor leads to a terrace on top of the house with a beautiful sea and countryside view. All staircases and balcony fences have been made from exclusive Brac stone.

Behind the house is a swimming pool (8 x 4 m) with a separate small pool for children. The garden of he villa is decorated with a variety of Mediterranean trees and plants. The villa can be sold fully furnished and unfurnished.

Location description
Ugljan (pronounced [ûɡʎan]; Italian: Ugliano) is a Croatian island and the first in the Zadar Archipelago. It is located northwest of the island of Pasman and southeast of the islands of Rivanj and Sestrunj. Separated from the mainland by the Zadar Channel, it is connected with the island of Pasman by a bridge spanning over the Zdrelac Strait.

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