Makarska, villa for sale, 1,100,000 €, ID: 2251
- 350 m²
- 420 m²
- 2 km
- Sea view
Luxury villas on a hillside with beautiful sea views.
The complex consists of 4 newly built villas, each on its own separate parcel, independent of other properties.
The surface of each house is 350 m2 and consists of a basement, ground floor and first floor.
In the basement there is a large furnished living room and equipped kitchen, bathroom, sauna with bathroom, gym, two smaller storage rooms and boiler room for heating and cooling system.
The stone stairs lead to the ground floor where the main entrance to the villa is located.
There is also an automated garage for 2 vehicles.
On the ground floor there is another, equally large living room, kitchen, terrace with open sea view, and a bathroom with a shower.
Four bedrooms are located on the first floor of a villa, each with its own bathroom.
The house is fully air conditioned and the bathrooms have floor heating.
The price of a single house is 1 100 000 EUR.
The price of the whole complex is 4 000 000 EUR.
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.