House in the middle of a National park, Mljet , in a village called Govedari, located above the lakes of Mljet, around 5 minutes walking or cca 300 meters.
The house has a good business of renting two big apartments. They are made to function as two completely separated residential units, each with its own entrance.
The lower apartment is the bigger one, setting out over 90 square meters plus a terrace of 60 square meters, and the upper apartments takes up 60 square meters and a terrace of 30 square meters. Each apartment has a separate pantry with a washing machine. The kitchen is equipped at a high level, with all neccesary appliances.
Parking spot provided.
The house is newly built. in 2007, built as a replica of an old stone house with many details. Furniture was hand made by some old masters for wood.
Apartments are fully furnished, with air conditioning, heating, kitchen equipped for all needs of living or renting. There is a possibility of dividing the apartments after the house is bought, so they can be two completely separated residential units.
The greatest value of this house is the fact that it is located in the very center of a national park Mljet, very close to the lakes. There is a permanent ban on building in this area, making the rental and any other value much higher due to the big limitations of rental units.
Air conditioning provided.
Connected to the city water and sewer.
There are internet connections, and there is a barbecue available.
Mljet,island in south Dalmatia, is home to the largest pine forest in the Adriatic, large salt-water lakes and a national park. According to legend, Mljet was visited by Odysseus, who stayed there with the nymph Calypso. The Elephite islaands make a string of small islands close to Dubrovnik that formed part of the Republic in the 14th century. Only three are populated: Kolocep, Lupd and Sipan and were once favoured haunts of the aristocracy from Dubrovnik.If peace and quiet time is what you are after, Palagruza is the most remote of all the Adriatic islands, almost halfway between Croatia and Italy.
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