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House by the Sea For Sale, Peljesac

€230,000
Sale | Location: Pelješac | 375 sq m lot size | 5 beds
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(RE-P-L-01)

House by the Sea, Peljesac

house by the sea on Peljesac penninsula with open sea view! This great house by the Sea has living area of 150 m2 and consists of 2 floors. On the ground floor of this great house there are 2 equipped apartments with balcony (each with one bedroom, living room, kitchen and bathroom measuring 37,5 m2). On the first floor of the house by the sea there is an apartment that measures 75 m2 which consists of 2 bedrooms, living room, kitchen, bathroom and spacious terrace. House has garden with a surface of 300 m2. Documentation of the house is clean and awaits the buyer. The property is for sale with furniture.

Obtaining Energy Consumption Certificate is in process.
Peljesac peninsula is part of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County and is the second largest peninsula in Croatia. The peninsula is part of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County, abounding in natural bays, mostly covered with woods, with a coast full of beaches, reefs, bays and fjords. Peljesac was inhabited since ancient times by Illyrians and Greeks, later by Romans and since the 7th century by Slavs. Blessed with craggy mountains, sweeping valleys, idyllic coves and fine wines, it’s a glorious place to visit. Two historic towns, Ston and Orebić, bookend the peninsula and the slow, winding drive between them is a very pleasant one indeed; allow an hour, or longer if you stop for wine tastings along the way. The peninsula’s third-largest settlement is pretty little palm-lined Trpanj on the northern coast, where the car ferry leaves for Ploče. The rocks, the vegetation, the groves of pine and cypress – everywhere a sense of timelessness prevails. On the hills above the sea, abandoned villas and gardens, stone walls and columns lie crumbling in the sun. Lemon, fig and almond trees, herbs and wildflowers surround the villages gardens and fields. The historical sea captains’ town of Orebic – with its shops, market, cafes and restaurants is on the bottom of the Sveti Ilija Mountain. A footpath into the mountains to the summit of Sveti Ilija begins near Viganj too – Croatia’s windsurfing capital. There, seaside restaurants and pebbly beaches attract a lively crowd in summer months.
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