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Peljesac, house for sale, 630,000 €, ID: 950

  • Living area 310 m²
  • Plot size 520 m²
  • Bedrooms 12
  • Bathrooms 9
  • Sea distance 150 m
  • Sea view Sea view
Home Houses for sale on Peljesac Peljesac, house for sale, 630,000 €

Key features

Near beach
Fully furnished
Panoramic view
Detached house

Property description


The house is situated in Southern Dalmatia, in the south-western corner of the Peljesac peninsula, about 100 km far from Dubrovnik, neighbouring the famous Korcula island.

This area is rightfully famous for its sights and historical monuments. Moreover, it’s also a renowned wine-growing region. Its flagship wine, the Dignac is considered to be one if the 10 best wines in the world.

The house is located in the 2nd line, 150 m far from the sandy seashore surrounded by rocky cliffs. 

There is a public beach right in front of the house popular with families with children.

The 25-year-old motel is convenient and aesthetic building, with total living area of 310 m2. The guests are welcomed by a huge palm tree, leanders and some more exotic plants in the 520 m2 land which is surrounded by a fence.

There is also a parking lot behind the house offering spots for 5 cars. The parking lot is surrounded by a small a kiwi and vineyard trellis. There is also a yard behind the house which is full of fruit (orange, lemon, clementine, fig) trees. A playground was also built in the yard which is a great place for children to play and have some fun.

The house has 4 floors accommodating 10 rooms altogether. Each room has an “own” bathroom (Room 2 and 3 and room 7 and 8 has a shared bathroom) equipped with a bathtub, sink and toilet. All the rooms are furnished with bedside tables, beds and wardrobes.

All the rooms have a balcony and overlook the see (room 2 and 3 and room 7 and 8 shares one balcony). All the rooms have a fan, an air conditioner and fridge. Furthermore, there is a suite in the house where a living room, a wardrobe and 2 bedrooms offer comfort for the guests. The suite is furnished with a settee, beds and Swiss wooden pieces of furniture and has an own bathroom. On the 2 sides you can find a 60 m2 terrace covered with limestone.

In the basement there is a nearly 100 m2 equipped and furnished dining room (2 dishwashers, 3 ovens, 2 microwave ovens, iron, billiard table etc. The basement may also serve as a lounge and a meeting spot.

The stairwell and the terrace are covered with limestone; wooden mosaics are laid on the floors in the rooms.

Hot water is supplied by solar power supplies. 

The house has a garage with shelves.

Although is the 2nd line, there is no building in front of the house providing an undisturbed view to the sea. According to the mayor of the city, the owner of the neighbouring land may only build a one-floor house.

The house is well designed, manufactured: foundation, walls, concreting, electrical installation, etc. The entire design and construction documents are available after visiting.


The city managed to obtain 3 million EUR worth EU catch-up funds for drainage systems. The implementation of the project has already been started. The Croatian government started to build a bridge near the 18-km-long Bosnian seashore (Neum), between Duboka and Komarna, so that the highway wouldn’t have to run through Bosnia. It can already be seen that the construction has already started both on the land mass and peninsula. The expected completion and inauguration date of the bridge is the end of 2015. Next year the latest, the Ploce-Dubrovnik part of the highway will be opened.

Please call to arrange a viewing.

For additional questions, contact our  CPS office in Split

More about Peljesac

The Peljesac peninsular extends 70k out to sea and has a thriving tourist industry. It is close enough to Dubrovnik to allow Dubrovnik to be an easy day excursion, but has the feel of an island, particularly away from the mainland. Much of the peninsular, has steep slopes from high mountains which makes it perfect for the second industry, Viniculture.

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Much Peljesac property was built as the wine industry was developed. These villas on the South coast of Peljesac were large and well built. Some modern apartments on Peljesac have been built around the villages Orebic and Ston.

Most property on Peljesac is old Dalmatian style on both the North and South coast of Peljesac. Considering how close you are to Dubrovnik, Peljesac real estate is good value, and much of it is very modest.