Croatia, Vodice - Newly built apartments near the sea
Dalmatian coast

Ref. : 4923/30, Apartment Sale

Selling price:294.000 €

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Location: Vodice
Advantages:
  • Swimming pool
  • Sea view
  • Parking
  • New build
Description:

Living space: 92
Number of rooms: 3
Number of bathrooms: 2
Distance from sea: 150 m

 

Newly built apartments for sale, located in an apartment building near the towns of Vodice and Sibenik. They are located in a small Dalmatian tourist resort. The place provides a peaceful and enjoyable family vacation, away from the city noise. The sea is about 150 meters away.

All apartments have three bedrooms, and are divided into two zones. The first part includes the open concept living room with kitchen and dining area, entrance hallway and loggia. In the second, private part of the apartment there are three bedrooms with bathroom and toilet. Great potential is also in the basement, which is intended for all tenants, conceived as a space with a gym, TV room, games room, sauna...

In the first phase, 15 apartments were built, with outdoor parking spaces. An additional 27 apartments for sale will be available in early 2021.

On the market are available:

A1 - 0 - Ground floor - 91,31 m2 - Price: 293.904 €
A1 - 2 - Second floor - 90,91 m2 - Price: 292.617 €
A2 - 0 - Ground floor - 91,31 m2 - Price: 293.904 €
A2 - 1 - First floor - 91,11 m2 - Price: 293.260 €
A2 - 2 - Second floor - 90,91 m2 - Price: 292.617 €
C1 - 0 - Ground floor - 94,12 m2 - Price: 302.949 €
C1 - 1 - First floor - 93,96 m2 - Price: 302.434 €
C2 - 0 - Ground floor - 94,12 m2 - Price: 302.949 €
C2 - 1 - First floor - 93,96 m2 - Price: 302.434 €
C2 - 2 - Second floor - 93,80 m2 - Price: 301.919 €

Location description
Vodice (pronounced [ʋɔ̌ditsɛ]) is a town in the Šibenik-Knin County, Croatia. It borders the Adriatic Sea and has a population of 8,875 (2011 census).

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