Brac, old stone house for sale, 55,000 €
Old stone, semi-detached house, in a beautiful place where a special ambience gives a blend of untouched nature and human creativity.
It consists of a big room on the ground floor, the external stairs that lead to the first floor of the house, where there is a kitchen with room and storage.
Internal stairs lead to the attic, where there are two more bedrooms.
All together it has about 80 m2 of living space.
The house has car access, and all the necessary infrastructure.
There is no parking space.
Distance from the sea: 2.5 km
Distance from the center: 10 m
Distance from the airport: 35 km
Distance from the ferry port: 10 km
More about Brac
The island of Brac is the largest (400 sq km) in Dalmatia and has the shortest ferry crossing from Split, about 40 minutes. It has a resident population all year and ferries go every few hours to Supetar. From there, there is an integrated public transport service about the island. Most people stick to the beautiful coast but inland it has stunning scenery and secluded meadows and olive and vine groves. The main towns are the Ferry terminal of Supetar, Milna, Postira, Splitska and Bol. You don't need to travel far to find your own secluded beach.
The beach at Bol is featured on most Croatian Tourist material known as 'Zlatini Rat' or 'Golden Horn'. Real estate in Bol is particularly sought after as it has become a centre for 'activity holidays' and is packed throughout the summer - http://www.bol-croatia.com/windsurfing-sports.htm.
There is a small airport on the island for private planes. The most popular property sold on Brac are holiday apartments near the coastal villages, often recently built. A tightening of building rules means that less are now being built, so people are now looking for old Brac property to refurbish. On the island of Brac cottages are often seen along the coast and these occasionally come on the market but are keenly sought after.
Brac real estate is considered a good investment as Croatia is looking to improve her tourist industry.