Top offer! Original property, two stone houses from 1821. Poreč - Tinjan / Istria
Land surface (m2): 860 m2
Access for disabled:
Distance from the sea: 19km
Year of construction: 1821
Year of renovation: 2016
DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPERTY
The property consists of two stone houses that the owners started to renovate in 2016, guided by the vision of turning this typical Istrian property into something unique and different.
The old barn of a total of 58m2 has been completely renovated. On the ground floor there is a large living area with a charming central hearth, a small open plan kitchen, a bathroom and a pantry. On the gallery there is a charming bedroom with lots of hidden details. In front of the cottage is a cute little terrace surrounded by lavender and herbs grow.
The main house, built in 1821, is currently being renovated. It has a total of 260 m² of net living space and spreads over three floors. On the ground floor there will be a spacious living area with a fireplace, a dining room and a kitchen, a sauna and a glass-enclosed indoor swimming pool.
On the 1st floor the owners imagined another spacious living room with a large gallery and a central fireplace, a Master bedroom with a private bathroom and a terrace. In the high attic beneath the old wooden beams, will be two spacious Master bedrooms, each with its own private bathroom and a wardrobe.
The swimming pool and an outdoor covered summer kitchen are planned in the yard.
The property is enclosed by an old tall istrian stone wall providing full privacy to future residents.
Possibility to buy additional 1600 m² of construction land with a view of the Tinjanska draga.
Tinjan is a municipality in Istria known for its rich cultural héritage as well as for its top gastro delicacy - Istrian prosciutto. Each year Tinjan organizes the International Prosciutto Fair.
The city of Poreč is located in the heart of the western coast of Istria. It is a town of culture, tourism, sport and leisure, frequently named the top resort in Croatia by the Croatian National Tourist Office.
The Euphrasian basilic in Poreč, on the UNESCO World Heritage List, is the most valuable cultural and historical monument in Istria.
Twenty beaches in the area of Poreč are rated with the highest mark - Blue Flag - for the quality of sea and the purity of environment.
The price is payable in Kuna as per middle exchange rate of the seller’s commercial bank on day of the payment.
Agency fee : 3% + VAT