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Seaview house in greenery for sale, Gradac area

€74,000
Sale | Locations: Gradac, Makarska | 600 lot size | 3 beds
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Seaview house in greenery for sale, Gradac area

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Seaview house in greenery for sale, Gradac area: Ground floor house with possibility of building one more floor, living area 100 m2, located in a peaceful oasis surrounded by greenery, 10 min walk to the beach. No electricity and no water connections, ownership 1/1.
House needs complete renovation inside.

size: 100 m2
plot size: 600 m2
price: 74.000 €

 

House is close to the Makarska area.

Makarska is a tourist resort and a small city, located on coastline of the Adriatic sea of Croatia, around 60 km from Split on one side, to around 140 km away from Dubrovnik on the other side. The whole surrounding region is known as Makarska Riviera, with Makarska always being it’s centre. Makarska is also famous as a medical resort for the senior generations.
The shape of the deep sheltered bay reminds of a horse shoe, and the beautiful sea nature is accompanied by the Biokovo mountain rising from the other side, creating a mesmerizing sight to see. This attractive natural setting, good climate and a lot of tourist attractions make it one of the most popular tourist destinations on the Croatian coast.
Makarska has a long waterfront promenade with palm trees, bars and cafes overlooking the harbor, a great place to go for a walk and relax in the shadows while sipping your morning coffee.
The streets of the centre of Makarska are narrow and stone-paved, just like most of the old towns in Croatia. In the centre there is a main church square, accompanied with a flower and fruit market, as well as a Franciscan monastery, holding a collection of sea shells.The central square of Makarska is marked by the Baroque St. Mark’s Church, sometimes even called the Makarska’s cathedral. The construction of it was started in 1700. but was never fully finished. There are other churches worth of your visit, such as the St. Philip’s Church from the 18th century or the St. Peter’s Church from the 13th century, located on the St. Peter’s peninsula that was rebuilt in 1993.

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