- The property's biggest attraction is the location. It
is about 3 miles from Vrsar, a pretty little port with a marina.
- The house has two floors with large living area
downstairs and 3 large bedrooms on the first floor. There is also a sizeable
loft. The total living space is about 160m2 in the main house, with about
another 100m2 in the barn.
- The house is in a small village which has 3 roadside
restaurants and is set back from the main road.
- The village appears to be in the process of being
gentrified - there are several houses which have been done up already.
- The house has a lot of the original features,
including a well and barn.There is a nice pergola, providing shade at the
front of the house.
- The garden has several mature trees and covers about
- The village is very quiet and peaceful and the houses
around it are all residential
- It would be possible to do up either the barn or
the house separately to provide accommodation whilst the rest of the
property is renovated
- There is electricity, water and sewerage - this may
be a septic tank, so I would need to check on this.
- The house needs a lot of work doing to it. It is
currently lived in but would not be habitable by Northern Europeans!
- There is no view of the sea, although there is a nice
view of the surrounding countryside
- There are no other amenities in the village apart
from the restaurants
- The price is higher than a lot of other comparably
sized properties, but it is nearer the sea and has the benefit of existing
water and electricty supplies
- The garden is not huge and it may not be feasible to
put a pool in
- There are a lot of farm buildings on the premises,
but these could be easily knocked down and the space utilised for a bigger
- There are a couple of farm-houses in the village,
although I did not hear any animals when I went to visit - just birds!
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