Traditional stone house in a village on Hvar

  • Traditional stone house in a village on Hvar
  • Traditional stone house in a village on Hvar
  • Traditional stone house in a village on Hvar
  • Traditional stone house in a village on Hvar
  • Traditional stone house in a village on Hvar
  • Traditional stone house in a village on Hvar
  • Traditional stone house in a village on Hvar
  • Traditional stone house in a village on Hvar
Traditional stone house in a village on Hvar
Jelsa, Croatia
For Sale €110,000 - House
SV09 120 m² 3 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 6 Total rooms 40 m²

Traditional stone house in a village on Hvar

This is a traditional stone house in a village on Hvar Island with a great terrace affording panoramic views. The house is situated on the southern slopes overlooking the village and the vineyards beyond. The accommodation consists of a good size kitchen breakfast room which leads onto a reception room to the front of the house. The sleeping area has its own entrance and consists of 3 bedrooms and a bathroom. below is a large konoba or cellar room which has the potential to be incorporated into the rest of the house.
Externally there is a great terrace with awesome views and many an hour would no doubt be spent doing little accept drinking a glass of wine or beer and admiring the views! Beneath the terrace is a room accessed from the street level which might once have been a shop front and is now extra storage.
The house could benefit from some updating to get it into a perfect condition. To help in this 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.
Svirec is an inland village approximately 4km from the seaside town of Jelsa. The village is well known for its wine on the island and the surrounding area is cultivated with vineyards interspersed with some olive groves – how beautifully Mediterranean! The village is serviced with a couple of grocery shops and one or two cafe bars. Further afield is the town of Jelsa, which has a good selection of supermarkets, restaurants and cafe bars in and around its vibrant Pijaca. Jelsa has a daily catamaran service provided by Jadrolinija to Split via Bol on the island of Brac.

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