Croatia, Vir - Detached house in a quiet location, for sale
Dalmatian islands

Ref. : 4842/30, House / Villa Off market

Selling price:1 €

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Location: Vir
  • Parking
  • Garage

Living space: 202
Land space: 570
Number of rooms: 7
Number of floors: 2
Number of bathrooms: 4
Distance from sea: 300 m


Detached house on two floors, situated on the island of Vir, 300 meters from the sea and 800 m from the center of town. With a total residential area of ​​202 m2, the property is built on a land of 570 m2 and consists of ground floor and first floor.

On the ground floor is a comfortable, three bedroom apartment of 108 m2, consisting of open space with kitchen, dining room and living room, and three bedrooms and bathrooms. The apartment has two spacious, covered terraces ideal for outdoor dining. There are two parking spaces in front of the house. The apartment also has a garage of 20 m2.

On the first floor are two two-bedroom apartments, each measuring 60 m2. It consists of a kitchen with a living room, two bedrooms and one bathroom. The apartments have a covered terrace with a sea view, while one apartment has an additional balcony overlooking the sea. The apartments are fully equipped, each with two parking spaces.

The garden is cultivated with grapevines, olives, fragrant herbs ..., while the yard is paved with stone. The house is located 300 meters from the pebble beach.

The island of Vir is a popular tourist destination due to its good connections, natural beauties, beautiful beaches and a pleasant climate. On the island there are plenty of tourist facilities, as well as opportunities for sport and recreation. Split International Airport is 40 km away.

Location description
Vir (pronounced [v̞îːr]; Italian: Puntadura, Dalmatian: Punta de Ura), an island on the Croatian coast of the Adriatic Sea with an area of 22 km2,[1] lies north of the city of Zadar. It is connected to the mainland via a road bridge. The main village on the island, the eponymous village of Vir, had a population of 1,608 As of 2001. There are two more villages, Lozice and Torovi. The highest peak on the island is Bandira (112 m).

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