Detached house close to the sea, Vela Luka Korcula island is ready to be moved into right away if necessary. House has a big land plot of 1200 square meters inside the building zone which means you can construct one more building on this land. House is located in a peaceful bay with an open sea view, it is located around 80 meters away from the sea. House is located 5 km away from Vela Luka in a spacious parcel which provides many opportunities to upgrade or build additional facilities or swimming pool. There is a possibility of using a boat pier on the beach in front of the house. On the land plot around the house, there is around 20 olive trees and other Mediterranean greenery. With smaller investments, this could be an amazing spot for vacation nor a profitable real estate to work in tourism.
House is built on a parcel of 400 square meters on a 1200 square land plot. The residential area of the building spreads over 90 square meters. There are one finished basement and one unfinished depository. There are two big terraces, two bedrooms, a bathroom, living room, and a kitchen. There is a big attic with an existing project to raise the floor and convert it into an additional room with a bathroom. There are 3 parking spots available.
This is one of the most densely wooded islands in the Adriatic. The landscape of the island of Korcula is enriched by olive groves and vineyards which represent a traditional source of life and income for the population of the island of Korcula. Korcula is considered as the pearl of the southern Dalmatia and offers to its visitors picturesque walled old town of Korcula, magnificent coastal panoramas, dreamlike fishing villages, and stunning coves. The coast of the island of Korcula is very indented with a large number of bays and coves. It’s north shore is rather low and easily accessible with several natural harbors: Korcula, Banja, Racisce, Vrbovica, Babina, and Prigradica. The island of Korcula represents a unique fusion of beautiful nature, thousands of years of cultural tradition and history, and modern tourism. Numerous beautiful beaches and bays, luxurious hotels and summer houses, centuries-old olive groves and vineyards, and ancient towns and villages on the island which seem as if they have remained lost in some long past time attract tourist from all over the world to this island. Korcula is among the most beautiful and best-preserved medieval towns on the Croatian coast and in all of the Mediterranean and is often referred to as “Little Dubrovnik”.
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