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Unfinished seaview house for sale, near Senj

€150,000
Sale | Locations: Kvarner, Senj | 602 lot size | beds
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Unfinished seaview house for sale, near Senj

Unfinished seaview house for sale, near Senj has a complete documentation(building permission, main project, paid water and electricity fees), on a 602 m2 land. Project is planned for 6 aparments and basements, and each floor has 139,18 m2 with two apartments, as well as 6 parking spaces. Currently there are basements and sub-walls around the construction area. Land is less tha n 150m from the sea, but it has a direct sea view. All apartments will have a sea view. Senj is located in Kvarner area.

Surface of Kvarner is approximately 3.6 thousand square kilometres and population is more than 305.000 inhabitants. The biggest town in this area is Rijeka with 144,000 inhabitants.Kvarner is well connected with European tourist generating markets by road, plane, ship and railway.Coast and islands have mediterranean climate with hot summers and mild winters.

Highlands have moderately continental and in higher areas mountain climate with moderately warm summers and cold winters. Due to its protected and attractive geographical position, the Kvarner Bay has from ancient times been an interesting target of numerous conquerors. Already in 1200 BC, an Illyrian tribe of Liburni inhabited the coasts of Kvarner where they traded in amber.

The remnants of their forts have been preserved until today. The Greeks, Romans, Eastern Goths, Slavic peoples, Francs, Byzantines, Hungarians, Venetians and Austrians came afterwards. All of them left inerasable traces of their civilizations. There are today in the Kvarner region 276 protected monuments of culture, of which 177 historic units and 161 historic buildings.

If you want to know more about Kvarner, click here: Kvarner, traditional carnivals