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STONE HOUSE WITH PANORAMIC SEA VIEW NEAR OMIS

€150,000
Sale | Location: Omiš | 800 lot size | beds
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STONE HOUSE WITH PANORAMIC SEA VIEW NEAR OMIS

(H-K-OM44)

Stone house with panoramic sea view near Omis is perfest for people who wants to decorate a house by their own choice. Lovely stone house in need of complete renovation. Permits in hand for conversion into a four-bedroom villa with pool and 800 sq metre garden. 240 sq metres internal space. Spectacular south facing seaviews towards the Brac channel. Property is situated within the quite community only 20 minutes drive from the second largest town in Croatia – Split, and 15 minutes drive from the next town – Omis. Only 5 minutes drive down the mountain to the beautiful small pebbled beach.

The town of Omis is located in the heart of Dalmatia, a small town and a harbor situated on the Cetina river, around 25 km south from Split and 40 km from Makarska. Thanks to it’s location, the town has good connections with the rest of the world through the airport of Split, and through a new and modern highway. After you’ve reached Split, a regular bus line can take you to Omis pretty fast. The famous destinations of Croatia, such as Dubrovnik or Zadar are not to far away for you to visit, around 2 to 3 hours in each direction.
The symbol of Omis must be the pirates of Omis, whose ships represented their courage, resistance and strength. You can see the traces of this history anywhere you go, as the churches and fortresses are there as evidence of the power that these pirates had. They were once one of the most powerful pirates on the Mediterranean Sea, ruling the Adriatic for more than three centuries until the whole Dalmatia fell under the Venetian Republic, with one exception of Omis, who managed to defened themselves for 24 years.

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