House on the Solta Island: A newly built house with sea view on Solta. This semi detached house spreads over 2 floors and consists of 2 apartments each on separate floor. The groundfloor apartment has 43 m2 + 15 m2 garden. The upper apartment has 48 m2 (with large terrace). The plot measures 125 m2. The house is finished outside, while inside the house needs to be finished.
Kuća (dvojna) na predivnom mjestu s pogledom na more, blizu mora. Sastoji se od dva odvojena apartmana; prizemlje 43m2 + 15 m2 vrta i kata 48 m2 sa uključenom velikom lođom.
Kuća ima bijelu fasadu i pvc stolariju sa roletnama. Napravljeni su pregradni zidovi sa instalacijama. Stanje roh-bau.
Osigurana su dva parkirna mjesta
The small island of Solta is an island in the central Dalmatia in the Adriatic Sea. It is situated only 9 nautical miles south away from Split, west of the island Brac and east of the Drvenik islands. Due to its close position to Split and regular daily ferry lines or catamaran arriving to the harbor of Rogac, it has good connections to the mainland of Croatia and furthermore to the rest of the Europe. There is a number of settlements for you to base yourself in Solta. There are large bays of Rogac and Necujam, with Necujam being the youngest settlement on the island and considered the most beautiful bay on Solta with crystal clear sea and shadows coming from the pine wood trees. Grohote is the oldest and largest town on Solta abounding with the rusty Mediterranean charm with narrow streets and a church with fresco paintings from the 14th century and a church of St. Stephen’s. If you were to explore the architecture of the Mediterranean’s past, Solta’s Gornje Selo is a place to go to, with a stone castle and two towers nesting in the town center. Stomorska, a very small village located closely to the main port of Rogac has amazing stone houses, a few beaches streching in the bay and a number of taverns and cafes to relax.
If you want to know more about Solta, click here: Solta