Seaside house for sale, Solta island is a lovely little house located on the island of Solta in the heart of the peaceful settlement. This vacation house is built in the building zone and is located on the cascade building lot size 714 m2.
There is a possibility of buying additional 400 m2 of building plot with a legalized object size 3,60 x 3,40 m.
On this land for sale, there are cultivated olive trees and a house which one family was recently used as a vacation home. There are also a water tank with water whose size is 16 m2. This beautiful seaside house for sale has size 46m2 and has a great potential for a renovation of the object. Seaside house needs complete renovation from the inside and the water need to be drawn but the water connection is just in the very nearness. Windows of this seaside house are made of oak trees and are in perfect condition, just needs to be decorated. The seaside land on which is house located has an electricity meter. There is infrastructure for eventually issuing building permits with bigger dimensions. This land plot is only a few minutes away from the sea and beaches and all the facilities in the settlement are close enough. This land is located in a quiet and peaceful environment behind the apartments in the settlement.
This seaside house for sale, Solta island has a size of 63,63 m2 together with terrace.
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 at the harbor of Rogac, it has good connections to the mainland of Croatia and furthermore to the rest of 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 close to the main port of Rogac has amazing stone houses, a few beaches stretching in the bay and a number of taverns and cafes to relax.
If you want to know about Solta, click here: Solta island
You can check the ferry schedule on the following link: Jadrolinija