July 23, 2020 – Continuing our look at the real estate opportunities in Dalmatia through the portfolio of Trgostan, this week a delightful 2-bed old stone house in idyllic Jelsa.
An island stone holiday home is the dream of many, and it was the most sought-after property when I had my real estate business on Hvar some 15 years ago.
And while I may have given up my real estate career, the sale of authentic stone houses in Croatia continues, including the latest Property of the Week from Trgostan, in Jelsa on the island of Hvar, which Trgostan describe thus:
A three-storey stone house in Jelsa on the island of Hvar, built over 100 years ago, fully reconstructed in 2001, 70m2 internal space, consisting of:
- ground floor: old “konoba” rearranged into a kitchen with dining area with refreshing atmosphere during summer since it’s partly under the ground, but with enough light, bathroom and small terrace;
- 1st floor: bedroom with two windows, storage area and bathroom;
- 2nd floor (attic): indoor stairs, spacious room with two windows;
- The ground floor is connected to the upper two floors by outdoor stairs only. The house doesn’t have it’s own parking, but a public one is very close to it.
For more information and to book a viewing, visit the original Trgostan listing.