In Preko, the traffic and administrative center of the island of Ugljan, one of the most picturesque islands in the Zadar archipelago, are located these beautifully decorated stone houses. A Roman rustic villa used to be located on this location. These houses are only a five minute walk from the ferry port, which makes them perfectly connected to the city of Zadar.
The property consists of two stone houses completely restored with a tavern and one stone ruin. In the middle there is a classic Dalmatian courtyard with a garden, a fireplace and a bread oven, while a touch of modern times has entered the newly built beautiful pool.
For heating, the owners have installed restored tile stoves from the period before World War II, while on the first floor there is a designer Jotul stove. The space is designed polyvalently so that the owner can stay in one part and rent the other part, or use everything together as a whole. The property has a total of 6 bedrooms, two living rooms, 3 kitchens, 4 bathrooms with toilets and one toilet.
A big house:
Lower floor: two bedrooms with double bed, living room with dining area, kitchen and bathroom
Upper floor: three bedrooms and two bathrooms, and kitchen
Attic: three beds, designed for children or extra guests
Lower floor: living room with tiled stove that has been restored, toilet, kitchen Upper floor: bedroom with bathroom
Ruin: made a complete architectural design of a new stone house with the options of three apartments with separate entrances or a house with a large living room and 4 bedrooms.
The project is donated by the owner to the buyer.
Price700 000 €
- Property size 200.00m2
- Kvadratura okućnice 200.00m2
- Distance from sea 200m
- Distance from center 300m
- Number of aparments
- Number of rooms 6
- Number of beds
- Number of bathrooms 5
- House type Standalone