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A New House by the Sea, Drage

€230,000
Sale | Locations: Biograd Na Moru, Drage | 17 sq m lot size | 6 beds
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A New House by the Sea, Drage

(H-ZD-PA-01)

A New House by the Sea, Drage has a good price of 230 000 €.  Newly built house in the center of small town between Zadar and Sibenik. Consists of 3 storeys (3 separate apartments). Apartment on the top floor is not finished inside. Parking near the house, small yard 17 sqm.

Hrvatski Jezik

Novosagrađena kuća u centru mjesta nedaleko od Zadra i Sibenika. Izgradjena je na mjestu stare kuce koaj datira od prije 1968. Kuca ima 3 etaze i 3 odvojene stambene jedinice od kojih je najgornja u roh bau izvedbi. Kuci pripada dvoriste povrsine 17 m2, parking je pored kuce. Pogled na more s najgornje etaze.

Sibenik is a historic city located in the central part of the Croatian coast on the Adriatic sea where the beautiful river Krka flows into the Adriatic. It is a centre of the county of Sibenik and Knin and it extends along the 100 km long coastline from Zadar to Split while laying under the Dinara mountain in the hinterland area. The city is different from other cities on the coast because it was founded by Croats and not by Greeks, Illyrians or Romans, meaning it is the oldest native Croatian city on the Adriatic. For a while, Sibenik was a seat for the Croatian king Kresimir the fourth so it is sometimes called the Kresimir’s city. Sibenik’s rich history and appearance was influenced by Venice, Byzantium and Hungary who were tossing Sibenik around in the 11th and 12th centuries, and in the 14th century, the hinterland of Sibenik accomodated the Vlachs.

Sibenik’s hinterland has towns that are an important part of its history, such as Knin with its magnificent fortress, Drnis that holds the mausoleum of the Croatian artist Ivan Mestrovic, and the smallest town in the Region, Skradin, located near the Krka National Park.

If you want to know more about Sibenik, click here: Sibenik city

 

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