Property ID : RUD09
For Sale €100,000 - House
Romantic stone house for investment on Hvar
Looking at a romantic stone house for investment on Hvar, then read on? Here is a fantastic opportunity to purchase a beautiful traditional stone house located in this idyllic quiet backwater enclave, only a few kilometres from Stari Grad town. The village has a small cluster of houses, where the majority can be found around a little square with a stone drinking trough and millstone located in the centre. The house is situated at the far corner of this small square and can be entered either from the ground level through the konoba, or cellar. Alternatively, external stairs lead to the first floor via a small terrace and an entrance door. Internally the house needs complete redesigning, but has some lovely features such as an original flagstone floor on the ground level, definitely worth restoring!
The house has long passed its heyday, and is now a ruin, however, one glance is enough to see that this romantic stone house for investment on Hvar has bags of potential, and the opportunity to bring it back to its former glory! In addition to the main house, there are several small stone outbuildings and what were animal sheds, which could be restored to complement the main home with extra living accommodation. Also, there is also a garden which is adjacent to the house.
The refurbishment of the property would be a labour of love. However, the result would unquestionably be a prize worth labouring for! Balustrade Estates offers a Project Management service to help clients with rebuilding/refurbishing their properties. You may have purchased the property through us or acquired it elsewhere, either way, we can act as a liaison, from planning to building. We will coordinate and communicate with the workforce on the ground and you the investor. Our fees are calculated on the size of the project and its location. If you are interested in this service, please feel free to contact us.
The nearby town of Stari Grad can be traced back to 2,000BC when it was initially called Pharos after the Greek city of the same name. The house is situated 3km or so from Stari Grad central town which has a myriad of little side streets where one can stumble upon the quaintest of family-owned restaurants offering a mouth-watering selection of local cuisine. Stari Grad also has a record beating number of cafe bars which is a prerequisite to the Mediterranean style of life. The local area also boasts some excellent beaches in the vicinity.
Stari Grad ferry port is home to Jadrolinija who offer a comprehensive service to the mainland with up to 6 ferry crossings in the summer months. Nearby the town of Jelsa has a daily catamaran service also run by Jadrolinija to Split via the town of Bol on Brac Island.