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Looking to Buy Luxury and Privacy on a Croatian Island?

Continuing our look at the luxury properties of Croatia through the portfolio of Sotheby’s Croatia International Realty on August 13, 2017, a little island luxury with privacy not far from Split. 

An island in Croatia, with it stunning views and spectacular weather.

Uninterrupted views of – and access to – the Adriatic. 

An airport on the island with international connections, a major international city with airport an hour away by ferry. 

Privacy.

Luxury.

Welcome to the latest in our series of luxury properties in Croatia, through the portfolio of Sotheby’s Croatia International Realty. In their own words:

AN EXCLUSIVE PROJECT ON ISLAND BRAČ

An exclusive project on the southern side of the island of Brač by the sea and the uninhabited part of the island.

The project comprises of a group of plots of land covering an area of around 105,000 m2 with the possibility of the construction of several buildings in accordance with spatial and urban planning.

Currently, a project for one building is available and excavation has already commenced. 3 water tanks have already been made, as well as a larger proportion of the dry stone wall.

650 olive trees have been planted on the land plot and preparations for the planting of 350 more olive trees have been made.

According to the project, the villa comprises of a basement and the ground floor with the gross living area of 500 m2.

In addition to the villa, there would be an auxiliary building with a gazebo (25m2), a sewage disposal tank and rainwater collection system.

The villas would be 80 meters away from the sea, whilst the plot of land is right by the sea.

The location has an extreme amount of privacy, whilst the centre of the town with all the programmes is around 10 km away.

The land plot is provided with a direct access by car, which is very important and there are 6 car parks.

**The price for the entire land plot covering an area of 105,000 square meters and the obtained legally valid construction permits…

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