Stone house and studio for sale, Kastela, Split: 255 m2 restored stone house, 150m from the sea
The house is divided into two floors and the ground floor, with a total gross floor area of 255m2 (201m2 net). It has a new roof, new electrical installation, new water installations, new kitchen, new bathroom.
-Ground floor: 77 m2, needs renovation, has three separate entrances (now one large room) + Palace 38m2
-Duplex apartment: first floor: 64 m2, has a separate entrance and consists of 3 bedrooms, new kitchen, new bathroom + terrace (36m2 + 8m2)
Second floor: 60m2, beautifully renovated (one space)
Located in the center of Kastel Luksic which has supermarkets, cafes view, bakery, post office, two beach 150m, bus station (Trogir / airport / Split)
Studio: 25m2, separate from the house (but is located just next to it). Stone wall is made visible. Nice and cosy and consisting of: kitchenette, bathroom (sink, douche, toilet, washing machine). The roof of the studio is the terrace of the house,and it has a separate entrance.
It is situated in between two coastal Split & Trogir (both proclaimed by Unesco as cultural heritage). In a nice quiet small stone house village (which has kept its authentic character), Kastel Luksic: with a small marina, park, castle, nice coffee bars overlooking the sea, post office, supermarkets, bakery, pharmacy, bank, bus stop (goes from Trogir/airport of Split/Split), 2 pebble beaches on 3 min walking distance.
Very good public transport (buses) to Split (15km), Trogir (12km) and the Split airport (10km)
Possibility to take over the company with the touristic licences (to rent the duplex apartment and the studio immediately to tourists) & no registration tax.
The city of Split is the largest city in the Dalmatian region and the second largest city in whole Croatia. It’s considered to be over 1700 years old, making it one of the oldest cities of this area as well. Split is a great connection to other cities and islands of Dalmatia all due to its great location, siting in front of the beautiful blue water of the Adriatic and backed up with impressive mountains.The center of Split is marked with the Roman Palace of the Emperor Diocletian, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site for being one of the most impressive Roman constructions that is extraordinary preserved. The entire historic city core is on the same UNESCO list from 1979. Diocletian wanted to spend the last years of his life in peace within the walls of his Palace, built near the great Roman city of Salona. The area shows a true coexistence of tradition and modernity, with the palace nesting around numerous cafes and restaurants on Split’s waterfront decorated with beautiful palm trees just next to the sea.
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