The property consists of four detached houses with swimming pools, each built on its separate land plot in surface from 444 to 532 m2, including the fourth
detached house (30% bigger than the other houses) with a larger swimming pool on its
own land plot in surface of 465 m2.
Price: from 250 000€ without furniture to 320 000€ for biggest one with furniture.
The property is located on the island of Brac, in the century old picturesque village with less than 100 permanent residents, with views of the sea to the northern
slopes of the island, 10 km from the ferry port in Supetar, 4 km from one of the most
beautiful bay of the Adriatic Sea for docking boats and yachts – Bobovišca and 15 km from
the Brac Airport, all these destinations are can be reached in a very short time by good
The Villa consist of net area of approximately 107 m2 + veranda with isolated
fireplace, of which 2/3 represents the ground floor with kitchen, kitchen cabinet,
dining room, bathroom, living room, hall, one bedroom, garden closet
(with a third toilet node), and a covered veranda with a separate area of the
fireplace, while the 1/3 represents the floor with two bedrooms, hallway and
bathroom accessible thanks to the internal stone staircase with the landing.
The villa is categorized as a tourist facility with four stars.
Island Brac, the third largest among the Adriatic islands; area 394.57 sq km;
population 13,824. It is separated from the mainland by the Brac Channel.
The largest place in town Supetar, distance from Split (second largest town
in Coratia) 45 min by ferry boat. Besides the good ferry links the island has
a small airport and catamaran piers.
Major farming products are olive oil, wine and sheep breeding.
Composed primarily of limestone and dolomite, the quarries of the island
of Brac have been a source of stone for building decorative stonework for
centuries. Rich cultural and historic heritage that dates back to pre-historic
times, unique gastronomy, beautiful beaches and bays, crystal blue sea.
Brac is famous for two things: its radiant white stone, from which Diocletian’s
Palace in Split and the White House in Washington, DC are made, and
Zlatni Rat, the long pebbly beach at Bol that sticks out lasciviously into the
90% of Croatia’s tourism posters. It’s the largest island in central Dalmatia,
with two towns, several sleepy villages and a dramatic Mediterranean
landscape of steep cliffs, inky waters and pine forests. The interior of the
island is full of piles of rocks.
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