We are pleased to offer this very pretty beautifully restored fully furnished 3 bedroomed stone house with a large plot of agricultural land.MUST BE SEEN ! ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL INSIDE !
The house is on the edge of the village of Gamboci, just a few minutes from the regional centre of Buje, where a full range of shops,banks etc., is available and only 15mins from the coast at Umag,the tennis capital of Croatia. The 18 hole Kempinski golf course is also 15mins away.
This is a beautifully renovated and fully equipped 3 bedroom Istrian stone house located at the end of a peaceful village with only forest and a large swimming pond in the rear. This house has been magnificently designed with wonderful attention to detail. The design is based on the best of traditional Istrian culture with an artistic quality. The furniture and appliances are all-inclusive and original art work throughout the house is also available for purchase. The house construction and custom-made furniture are made of all natural materials - stone and wood.
The house construction and custom-made furniture are made of all natural materials - stone and wood. The heating system includes an Italian designed wood-burning stove, solar collectors connected to a 500 liter boiler, a Vaillant electrical heating boiler, plus a hand-crafted fireplace in the living room.
While out in the country, quiet and relaxing, this house is ideally situated - only 2 km to the new Istrian highway, 6 km to the Slovenian border (15 minutes to Portorož) which connects you quickly to Trieste, Ljubljana and other cities in the vicinity. The sea-side is only 10 km with numerous gorgeous bike paths.
There are excellent restaurants in the area and some of the finest wine in Croatia is produced locally. The house plot is 400m2 with 1 hectare of land in walking distance and the possibility to purchase additional land.
As this has been rebuilt from an original old stone house it would be eligible for categorisation and a rental licence.
Price: Eur 250,000, subject to contract (Kns 1,875,000)