Building land of 333 already issued building permit for construction of a house of 80 m2 cc, which would consist of two floors with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, hallway, living room, kitchen, dressing room and terrace. Ground floor would amount to a total of 22 m2, and the first floor a total of 78 m2. It would also be a place for parking and public road to the house.
Gradevinsko zemljiste od 333 sa ishodovanom gradevinskom dozvolom za gradnju stambenog objekta od cc 80 m2, koji bi se sastojao od dvije etaže sa ukupno tri sobe, dvije kupaonice, hodnika, dnevnog boravka, kuhinje, garderobe i terase. Prizemlje bi iznosilo ukupno 22 m2, a prvi kat ukupno 78 m2. Također bi bilo mjesto za parking i javni put do kuće.
Milna is a historical small town located in the Western part of the island. Facing the sunset, protected from strong winds and refreshed by the summer breeze, Milna is a soothing refuge for people and boats.
Milna is one of the most harmonious ‘little towns’ of Baroque urbanism in Dalmatia, an oasis of Mediterranean culture, rich with maritime, fishing and winemaking past.
The town was founded in the sixteenth century, and developed around the castle of Cerinic family.
The landscape of Milna is dominated by a representative two floors stone ship owners and captains palazzi’s from XVIII. and XIX. st, whose sailing ships travelled throughout the Mediterranean and far away oceans, as well as traditional stone houses of fishermen and farmers.
Milna has a famous Baroque Church of Our Lady of the Annunciation with valuable religious art, while in the other settlements of the municipality of Milna a few prominent churches from later periods are located. In the Osibova bay, located 20 minutes of walk from Milna, there is an old Gothic church of St. Joseph.