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Apartment in strict center of Split for sale

€185,000
Sale | Locations: Split, Split | 70 lot size | 3 beds
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Apartment in strict center of Split for sale

(AP-SM-NZ-01)

Apartment in strict center of Split for sale with three bedrooms, located on the second, which is withal, the last floor of a stone house. The house covers the surface of 60 square meters and has an attic, oriented north- south- east- west. The apartment is located in the strict center of the Split city, less than 200 meters away from the Diocletian’s Palace. There is a possibility of buying or monthly renting a parking spot. The apartment is ideal for commercial purposes, such as tourism rental, office space and other.
Air conditioning provided, cabel and sattelite televison and ADSL as well. There are connections to the city water, sewer and telephone.
Permits:Certificat of ownership, building permit and usage permission.

The city of Split is the largest city in the Dalmatian region and the second largest city in whole Croatia. It’s considered to be over 1700 years old, making it one of the oldest cities of this area as well. Split is a great connection to other cities and islands of Dalmatia all due to its great location, siting in front of the beautiful blue water of the Adriatic and backed up with impressive mountains. The center of Split is marked with the Roman Palace of the Emperor Diocletian, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site for being one of the most impressive Roman constructions that is extraordinary preserved. The entire historic city core is on the same UNESCO list from 1979. Diocletian wanted to spend the last years of his life in peace within the walls of his Palace, built near the great Roman city of Salona. The area shows a true coexistence of tradition and modernity, with the palace nesting around numerous cafes and restaurants on Split’s waterfront decorated with beautiful palm trees just next to the sea. Just a few steps into the centre will have you wandering the narrow Mediterranean streets and old city walls through the vivid history of Split.

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