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Omis, house for sale, 1.300.000 €, ID: 2644

  • Living area 400 m²
  • Plot size 560 m²
  • Bedrooms 6
  • Bathrooms 6
  • Sea distance 5 m
  • Sea view Sea view
Home Houses for sale in Omis Omis, house for sale, 1.300.000 €

Key features

Prime location
Fully furnished

Property description

Apartment house in the first row to the sea on Omis riviera.

The house is 100 m away from the main road, has vehicle access, and 4 outdoor parking places. In the basement of the house there is a room of 20 m2 which is used by the present owner as a storage room, a bathroom and a staircase that leads to the ground floor.

On the ground floor there is an apartment of 90 m2 which consists of a kitchen with dining room, bathroom, bedroom and two covered terraces. On the first floor there are 2 apartments, one of 45 m2 and one of 65 m2. On the second floor there is one apartment of 34 m2, one of 36 m2 and one of 44 m2.

In front of the house, right by the sea, a small stone house was built, which gives the property a special charm. The house is surrounded by pine trees, and in the courtyard there are olive trees and other Mediterranean herbs.

Plot is large enough to build a swimming pool.

Distance from the sea: 5 m

Distance from the airport: 46 km

For more information contact our office in Split.

For additional questions, contact our  CPS office in Split

More about Omis

Omis is an amazing town that lies South of Split, 20 minutes drive. It lies where the Cetina River meets the sea. Old property in Omis has been influenced in style by the Romans, Turks, and Venetians and the history of the town is good reason alone to visit. Despite being on the edge of every European Empire in history it is not the town that draws the eye but the massive vertical cliffs, almost half a kilometre high, which surround and dominate.

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Omis is a famous holiday destination with superb beaches, bars, restaurants and everything expected from a sea side resort, but it is one of Croatia's 'activity holiday' centres. White water rafting, canoeing, camping, and rock climbing in the fabulous Cetina gorges are other reasons why people flock here from all over Europe.

When considering buying real estate in Omis it is good to note that the holiday season here is unusually extended by these activities. Property in Omis is not expensive, compared with other regions and property on the Dalmatian coast, but the limited amount of building land available and extended holiday season means that Omis real estate will always be a sound investment.