The house was built on a land plot of 900 m2, its total gross surface is 355 m2, with an ancillary object of 22 m2. The main object consists of three floors (ground floor and two upper floors).
On the ground floor with total net surface of 96,19 m2 there are 3 apartments: one two-bedroom apatment and two one-bedroom apartment.
The two-bedroom apartment sizing 46,19 m2 comprises an anteroom, two bedrooms, a bathroom, a toilet and an open kitchen/dining area. The bedrooms have access to terraces, one of which is covered (8,25 m2) and the other one uncovered (10,45 m2).
One one-bedroom apartment sizng 28,06 m2 comprises an open kitchen and living area, a bathroom and a bedroom that provides access to a 8,61 m2 uncovered terrace.
The other one-bedroom apartment has the surface of 21,83 m2, and comprises an open plan kitchen and dining room, a bedroom and a bathroom.
The first floor with total net surface of 92,91 m2 is in fact a three-bedroom apartment featuring an anteroom, a bedroom with en-suite bathroom, two more bedrooms, an open kitchen/dining/living area, a bathroom and a toilet. The master bedroom has access to a covered terrace of 4,48 m2, one of the bedrooms leads to a balcony of 3,6 m2, while the kitchen provides access to an uncovered terrace of 8,26 m2.
The second floor with total net surface of 54,40 m2 is a two-bedroom apartment compriseng hallway, a bedroom with en-suite bathroom, another bedroom, two kitchens and a bathroom. The master bedroom leads to a covered terrace of 5,27 m2, the other bedroom has access to a terrace of 6,47 m2, whereas the kitchen opens out to a terrace sizing 6,27 m2.
The object optimally positioned on a plot, leaving the possibility of building a swimming pool in front of the main object. Due to a cascade terrain, the object enjoys a stunning sea view that cannot be obstructed. The surrounding is peaceful and urbanistically defined, without any possible unpleasant surprises.
Price: 650.000 €
Bol is situated on the southern part of the island of Brac and is the oldest town on the coast of Brac. This little town was founded long ago and became an extraordinary tourist oasis because of the wide gravel and sandy beaches which expands over 10 km and the sources of drinking water. It is not possible to avoid the Zlatni rat, certainly the most beautiful beach on the Adriatic sea, whose cape is turning one moment to one side and the other moment to the other side playing a strange game with the wind and the waves.
Bol is only 15 km away from the international tourist and sports airport “Brac”, and well connected with the fast lines to the coast, but also with a ferry- line from Supetar
A special importance for the spiritual and cultural life of Bol was the founding of the Dominican community in 1462, and the construction of the monastery in 1475 which keeps today collections of pre historical and ancient maritime archeology, Roman and early Croatian architecture and sculpture, a numismatic collection, and collections of incunabula’s and sacral objects. The museum has also a painting Madonna with child and Saints from the Venetian painter Tintoretto from 1563.
Beside a huge number of little restaurants by the sea, discotheques and clubs, this place offers also relaxing moments with tender Dalmatian klapa (a capella songs), concerts of prominent opera singers, theatre, and art exhibitions of popular Croatian artists who have found in the silence of Bol their moments of inspiration. As the biggest tourist centre on the island, Bol offers its guests twenty playing-grounds, a big tennis stadium with 1820 sitting places.
- Air Conditioning
- Attractive location
- Close to beach
- Detached house
- Proximity to the sea
- Quiet location
- Sea view
- Town center
- Parking spot