31 July, 2017
Top 5 Croatian Luxury Properties
If you are looking for an ideal luxury home, holiday property or investment opportunity in a harmony with your lifestyle, Croatia Sotheby’s International Realty made a selection of the most interesting ones in Adriatic region
Set among the characteristic red-roofed houses, this contemporary villa, with a swimming pool and completely covered in white stone, is a unique concept within its environment. The 3-level semi-detached property has 215 square meters of living space. It is fully equipped with central heating and air conditioning, modern appliances and furniture, and works of art by recognized artists. The modern kitchen and living room area is designed with an open concept. The space has a glass wall connected to the outdoor terrace with a swimming pool and 450 sqm garden. The ground floor also has a spacious bathroom and a study room. An elegant wooden staircase with a glass handrail leads up to the first floor, which has two bedrooms and a shared bathroom. One bedroom has a semi-enclosed balcony with a beautiful southern view of the azure sea and the islands. The second floor is comprised of two rooms, one is a master bedroom with a spacious terrace with fantastic view. The large bathroom with a central bathtub and exquisitely organized wardrobe complement the concept of comfort.
Apartment Perla is a modern furnished apartment with an incredible view. It is located on the second floor of a traditional Dalmatian stone house in the historic center of the medieval town of Trogir. This sunny apartment has over 160 square meters of living space, including three bedrooms, an office, a spacious living room, a modern kitchen and dining area, two bathrooms and a separate toilet. The apartment has a 50-square-meter roof terrace that serves as a relaxation area with a hydro-massage pool, deck chairs, and a view over the belfry of the Cathedral of St. Lawrence and the rooftops of the old town. A modern design and the finest materials and equipment were used in this luxurious apartment. Combined with its perfect location in the heart of this historic ‘museum city’, it is an excellent choice for those who value culture and history and want to experience the authentic life of Dalmatia.
With its creative design, this modern and luxurious villa blends perfectly with the authentic, stone-paved streets on the island of Murter. It extends over 700 square meters of living area and is only 70 meters from the sea. On the lower level there are five bedrooms, each with a bathroom, and a living room with a kitchen. Along the entire floor, you can enjoy a view of the lush longitudinal garden. The ground floor comprises the central area of the villa with direct access to the swimming pool whose hidden sliding doors convey a feeling of lightness and brightness. In addition, a bedroom, a bathroom, a fitness room and a four-car garage are located on this level. Below the terraces and the swimming pool, there an outdoor shower, a whirlpool and a terrace.
The vineyard is located on a spacious plot of 13.8 hectares in the heart of the Istrian peninsula. The region boasts a pleasant climate and an average annual temperature of 14 degrees Celsius, with many sunny days. The vineyard annually produces 70,000 liters of top quality wines, mostly Malvazija. Plans are now being developed to construct a luxury residential building next to the Parenzana Vineyard. A building permit is in the process of being issued and the construction of the residential building is not included in the price. In addition to the modern winery, a tasting room, a souvenir shop and a restaurant, three residential units with terraces and a common swimming pool will be built. There will also be a stone house next to the main residence with a living area of 100 square meters.
Surrounded by pristine nature, this exquisite Dalmatian stone villa is located on the southern slopes of Marjan Hill, just few steps from the center of Split. Villa was built in 1935 and combines the charm of traditional Mediterranean architecture with a breathtaking view. It has four floors and contains more than 300 square meters of living space with a Mediterranean garden that provides an intimate and natural atmosphere. The southern facade overlooks the sea, the islands of the Split archipelago, the Riva and Diocletian’s Palace, dominated by the bell tower of the Cathedral St. Domnius. The opposite side of the villa looks onto Marjan Park, thus providing direct access to this green oasis of nature. The villa has a two-car garage with a possibility of installing an elevator to connect the garage and the living areas. The courtyard has sufficient space to build a swimming pool.