Split, apartment for sale, 250.000 €, ID: 3763
- 47 m²
- 100 m
Apartment in a unique location in the UNESCO zone.
It is located on the first floor of a smaller building with a total of 3 floors.
It has a total of 47 m2 and consists of two bedrooms, living room, kitchen and bathroom. The living room has access to a large terrace of 45 m2.
The terrace is shared, but only this apartment has access to the terrace. A complete renovation is needed.
The apartment has high ceilings and lots of light.
Room layout can be changed after the renovation.
It is an excellent investment for tourism because it is located inside the Diocletian's Palace.
More about Split
The centre of Split is only 20 minutes from Split airport. It is the Capitol of Dalmatia and the largest town in Croatia, apart from Zagreb, with a population of 300,000. It is also very much a travel hub, with it´s own airport, rail terminal, motorway, and busy international ferry terminal where ferries leave for Pescara and Ancona in Italy, and the islands off the Dalmatian coast of Brac, Hvar, Vis, Solta and Korcula, as well as a local boat taxi service to Trogir.
Split is a regular stop off point for International cruise ships, which also take in Venice and Dubrovnik.
It is a World Heritage Site and The Diocletian Palace is one of the wonders of the Roman world, and is completely accessible for tourists. It has a thriving nightlife, with shops, restaurants and many festivals and concerts.
Anyone looking to buy property in Split will find themselves in a buzzing and lively Mediterranean town which has grown around the Diocletian Palace. Charming apartments in Split, especially around the Roman palace and Dalmatian stone houses in Split are sought after by foreign investors.
For the potential purchaser of property in Split there are numerous real estate bargains and investment opportunities which need refurbishment. Split real estate is a great investment with growing value. It is a different market than other tourist property in Croatia.
Croatia has been invited to join the EU (2013) and it's centre as a regional travel hub is of growing importance.