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SEAVIEW RUINED STONE HOUSE FOR SALE, DRVENIK ISLAND, TROGIR

€35,000
Sale | Locations: Drvenik Veliki, Trogir | 100 lot size | beds
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Seaview ruined stone house for sale, Drvenik island, Trogir

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Seaview ruined stone house for sale, Drvenik island, Trogir area . Ruin is 18m2 of footprint on the land plot of about 100m2. This ruined stone house is for sale with car access and wonderful sea view to the west.
Ruin is in the main village where ferry comes 3-4 times per day. Ruin is on the hillside with panoramic view of the village, sea and mainland on horizon.
Ruin can be restored into house at 3 floors with extended footprint.
We are partnering with architects and construction companies who can do works on rebuilding of the house.
Drvenik Veli is wild island near Trogir, untouched nature with restricted building possibilities so village is preserved as it was hundreds years ago. There is no water system on the island, but there is electricity and internet.

Trogir is a remarkable small town with 2300 years of tradition, set on a small island on the Adriatic coast of Croatia in the center of Dalmatia. Hiding not so far away from Split, only 27 km, it is connected to the mainland and with another island, Ciovo with bridges. The  historic city center is under the protection of UNESCO since 1997., recognized as a true example of urban continuity, an old town with a number of intact Renaissance and Baroque buildings  and churches from the Venetian period. You can really get a sense of the Mediterranean while sight seeing and wandering the narrow streets of Trogir, sometimes nick-named the town-museum.  Trogir is very well connected with the rest of the Europe through a good air network to  Split’s airport. There is a lot to see in such  a small place, so keep your eyes wide open while observing what Trogir has to offer, such as a well preserved castle and a tower, palaces and cathedrals from the 13th century.

If you want to read more about Trogir city, click here: Trogir