Makarska, old stone house for sale, 490,000 €
- Sea view
Beautiful stone house in a small town on Makarska Riviera.
The house is located in the second row to the sea in the center of a town, in a street that has no car access.
It consists of a ground floor and two upper floors.
On the ground floor there is a laundry room, a guest toilet, a kitchen, a dining room, and a living area with a built-in wine cellar where 200 bottles of wine can be placed. The basement has glass ceiling.
On the first floor there is the main bedroom with its own bathroom, wardrobe, and relaxation area.
On the second floor there are two bedrooms, one of which has a roof terrace offering a beautiful view of the island of Hvar. Both bedrooms have their own bathroom and wardrobe.
The house is luxuriously decorated, air-conditioned, equipped with smoke detectors, video monitor, and internet access. Original
Brac stone on the façade, and stone details inside the house give it luxury and warmth.
For more information contact our CPS office in Split.
More about Makarska
Makarska is the largest town that lies in the 200k coast between Dubrovnik and Split, 60k from Split. It was one of the first towns to have a large tourist industry in Croatia and is now where many people take their annual holiday. The town evolved around a large horseshoe bay with towering mountains behind. The clear sea, and palm fringed beaches, the fashionable restaurants, bars and active nightlife are many reasons why this town and area is known as the Makarska Riviera.
Real estate in Makarska and property in the Makarska area is modestly priced compared to the bigger towns of Dubrovnik and Split.
Anyone looking for a cheap property on the coast of Croatia should start here. The main reasons are the distance from the airports of either Split or Dubrovnik, and Croatian island property has certain exclusivity (Split airport is less than one and a half hours). If this was not a prohibitive factor then Makarska property is great value.
It has a longer tourist season and, being on the mainland, is generally quicker to reach than the islands.