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House for sale in Trilj

€290,000
Sale | Location: Trilj | 2000 lot size | 3 beds
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About this Property:

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House for sale in Trilj

House for sale in Trilj is located on a large landplot of 2000 sqm with many different varities of trees, such as apple, fig, pear, cherry and others. The entire property is fenced and has 2 different entrances. Next to the house is a forest and with the green lawn surrounding the house, it makes for a perfect location for relaxed and carefree living.

On the property there is a vineyard that has 300 sqm, a garage, dry house and an area for keeping domestic animals. It takes 3 minutes drive to the main road and 15 minutes to main A1 highway.

The picturesque town of Trilj lies by the river Cetina which is a true paradise and a famous eco-adventure destination perfect for nature lovers, picnickers and adventurers.

Trilj is a municipality and town in inland Dalmatia. It is located southeast of Sinj and northeast of Split. The total population of the municipality is 9,109, with 2,076 in Trilj itself and the rest in small villages.

In the area of Trilj there are many archaeological findings dating way back to Mesolithic. The first ethnic group that inhabited this area are the Illyrian tribe Delmati. Delmati people lived in a hill forts along the communication lines that connected their capital Delminium with Adriatic coast. Hundred and fifty years of fierce fighting against the Romans (165 BC.- 9. AD) ended in defeat of Delmati people, after which Romans built legionary fortress Tilurium on the hill above Trilj.

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