Stone house for adaptation on a plot of 9500 m2 in Pelješac!
Old Dalmatian house for adaptation and expansion with the potential of a luxury villa with a pool!
A house with a garden and agricultural land, due to its composition and location, is ideal for planting one of the highest quality varieties of wine in the world - Postup.
It is located in the village of the same name, 5 km from Orebić on the beautiful Pelješac peninsula!
The house offers a wonderful view of Korčula, Mljet and neighboring islands.
The house has an area of ​​44 m2 and has a garden (building plot, built before 1968) with an area of ​​1,500 m2.
Agricultural land with an area of ​​8,000 m2 extends from the house to the sea and a hidden small beach and has all the conditions for ecological production of top quality wine. There are about 10 olive trees on it. It is suitable for camping, bungalows and various tourist facilities.
Part of the land next to the sea has an area of ​​727 m2 and provides access to a hidden, natural beach with crystal clear water, where smaller boats, yachts, kayaks, etc. can be moored.
This plot is also suitable for some kind of economic activity.
From the house to the beach there is an asphalt road and access by car.
From 1.7.2023. the moratorium on the sale of agricultural land to foreign nationals expires, and from that date they will be legally equal buyers of agricultural land without any restrictions.
Additional costs borne by the buyer of real estate in Croatia: real estate sales tax(3% of real estate value), agency fee(3% + VAT on real estate value), attorney's fees, property registration fee(1% + real estate VAT).