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Peljesac, old stone house for sale, 120,000 €

  • Living area 240m²
  • Plot size 830m²
  • Sea distance 4000m
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Property description

Two old stone houses with accompanying facilities in the village of Topolo, 4 km from the sea.

Houses have approximately 240 m2 of useful floor space. The buildings are interconnected by the levels. They have no view of the sea, but the valley of the olive trees.

The sea (Bistrina bay) is 15 minutes away, and only 3 minutes by car. The sea is crystal clear and is used for natural growing of oysters. Dubrovnik is 25 km away.The buildings are a cultural and historical good of the Republic of Croatia, dating from the 16th century.The buildings need thorough refurbishment and renovation.

According to the renovation project that has been completed, the following can be done:

House number one:

- 3 double rooms with 3 bathrooms

- joint living room with fireplace

- 1 kitchen with baking oven and dining room

- 1 covered terrace

- swimming pool

House number two:

- 3 double rooms with 3 bathrooms

- common living room

- 1 kitchen

- separate dining room

- 1 covered terrace with stone bench and stone table

- open covered living room with fireplace-swimming pool

and plus one smaller isolated object:

- 1 bedroom with bathroom

- a covered terrace with summer kitchen

The facility is ideal for a summer villa for a potential investor and his guests, for anyone who wants an anonymous relaxation and rest, who appreciates home-made food and drinks and can, if necessary, be in Dubrovnik in half an hour.

For any additional questions please contact our CPS office in Split.

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.