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House for Sale, Posedarje, Zadar

€520,000
Sale | Locations: Posedarje, Zadar | 400 lot size | 5 beds
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(H-IP-ZD-01)

House for Sale, Posedarje, Zadar

Newly built villa on a beautiful location, first row to the sea. Coated stone stairs lead from villa to a small beach. Villa was built on a plot of about 400 m2- Dimensions of 10 x 10.5 . Villa consists of 5 suites including 4 suites of 40 m2 and an apartment of 50 m2. Total living area is 235 m2. In front of the Villa there is a lovely garden, a place to relax and enjoy the panoramic sea view.

This Villa could make an amazing holiday home.

Obtaining Energy Consumption Certificate is in process.
House for Sale, Posedarje, Zadar

House for Sale, Posedarje, Zadar

The Villa is close to beautiful town Zadar. Located in central Dalmatia , in the county of Zadarska, Zadar (population 75,000) is 226km from Rijeka, 160km from Split and only 72km from Sibenik. Its central location and an international airport have made Zadar a popular gateway to Croatia but it’s more than a place to just pass through. Zadar’s historical centre is fascinating to explore. Wandering the streets is like peeling back layers of time until you end up in the 9th century BC in ancient Illyria. The old town is paved with gleaming white stone and the straight streets were first laid out by the Romans. A high wall remains on the harbour side, built by the Venetians in the 16th century, and an entrance gate still sports the Venetian lion. Highly original modern monuments such as the Sea Organ and Greeting to the Sun are must-sees and reflect a vibrant local culture that faces the future with confidence.