RARITY! Nearby Poreč, on sale is an ISTRIAN VILLAGE!
Total area:350,00 m²
Surrounding area:29.290,00 m²
UNIQUE OFFER! In the vicinity of Poreč on sale is an Istrian village, surrounded mostly by agricultural land. The property consists of a main stone house with a stone water cistern (approx. 350 m2) and several smaller auxiliary facilities surrounded by a high stone wall. The whole building area is on sale as a part of the property, total size of 7.859 m2. In addition to the construction zone, the agricultural part of the land has a total area of 21.431 m2, and approximately one third of the total land makes the forest. The entrance to the house is privately paved. While the public access road leads to a village that is partly paved, and the rest of the public road extends along the edge of the property, which is used exclusively for agricultural purposes. Just because the public access road passes along the edge of the estate makes this Istrian village unique, because absolute privacy is ensured on the entire estate.
The main house has an active electricity and water connection and needs to be completely renovated.
- Paved access road
- Quiet area
- Electricity connection paid
- Water connection paid
Facilities connected to the property
- Garden , 29290 m²
- Building permit
- Location permit
- Use permit
- Title deed
PorečThe almost 2 centuries old town of Poreč or once Colonia lulia Parentium today is one of the most popular Adriatic destinations. From its establishment, the inhabitants of Poreč lived from fishing and land cultivation. Their main source of income today is tourism. Poreč as we know it today is full of diverse aromas, sounds and colours which can be experienced by every town visitor.
The history of Poreč started 2 centuries BC when the Roman castrum was built on a small peninsula, today known as the old core of Poreč.
The main Poreč streets are Cardo Maximus and Decumanus, which hide numerous monuments and sights, of which the most important is the 5th century Euphrasian Basilica, the most valuable monument in Poreč protected by UNESCO in 1997 as the world heritage site. The remains of the Neptune and the Mart's temples are located immediately next to the oldest Marafor Square. Wherever you go in Poreč, you will feel that special charm of ancient times and the modern age.
The Poreč Riviera offers beautiful coasts featuring secluded beaches as well as numerous possibilities for an active holiday. Poreč has many restaurants and taverns for everyone, while vineyards will especially delight wine lovers. The young hungry for fun can also enjoy in numerous offers in Poreč ranging from open air concerts, bars, night clubs to festivals and town feasts for their ideal pastime.
Natural beauties near Poreč include the Lim Bay, the Romuald Cave and the Baredine Pit as the first Istrian speleological site turned into a tourist location. One may take a boat to the island of St. Nikola where the entire day can be spent swimming on the beach or taking a walk along one of the numerous trails intersecting the island while enjoying in the Mediterranean nature.
Due to the quality of its offer, clean sea and the number of visitors, Poreč has received multiple awards and has become one of the best visited destinations in Croatia for a perfect pleasure and holiday.
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