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House close to the sea, Dubrovnik

€280,000
Sale | Locations: Dubrovnik, Mokošica | 510 lot size | beds
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House close to the sea, Dubrovnik

(HO-DU-PB-01)

House close to the sea, Dubrovnik : The house has a ground and a first floor of 140 square meters. The ground floor sets out on 70 meters square ( 753 ft2), there is an exit from the ground floor to the terrace (20m2). At the entrance to the house there is a terrace with small pantry beneath.
The first floor sets out on 70 meters square (753 ft2) and the entrance is separated with stairs. The loft is high, with minimum height is 1.5 meters. The house has 4 bedrooms.
The land is 510 meters square big (5489 ft2)
The garden house sets on 10 meters square.
The sea is only 60 meters away by foot,and the main road only 20 minutes.
There is air conditioning in the house, and the house is connected to the city water, city sewage and the telephone connection.
Permits: building permit, usage permit and certificat of ownership.

The walled city of Dubrovnik was described by George Bernard Shaw as “paradise on earth”. The old city is a protected UNESCO World Heritage Site and is surrounded by spectacular fortified walls up to 25m high and 6m thick. Founded in the 7th century on a rocky island called Laus, it later became known as Ragusa. The Venetians gained control of the city at the beginning of the 13th century but, by the end of the 14th century, Dubrovnik had essentially become an independent city state and had established a lucrative trading position with the Ottoman Empire. In 1815 it was handed over to the Austrians by order of the Congress of Vienna and incorporated into the province of Dalmatia.Dubrovnik has a lot of tourist attractions, such as walls of Dubrovnik that represent the city’s main trademark. The walls run from four to six meters thick on the landward side but are much thinner on the seaward side.The system of turrets and towers were intended to protect the city.,

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