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Villa with a pool and garden 200 m from the sea on the island of Vir, Dalmatia, Croatia

1,200,000 €
  • Total area
    285 m²
  • Land area
    1,100 m²
  • Bedrooms
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  • Total rooms: 9
  • 1-floor building
  • Built in 2011
  • Sea at 200 m
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Internet
  • TV
  • Furnished
  • Swimming pool
  • Garden
  • Car parks
  • Sea view

On the island of Vir in central Dalmatia, on the south side of the island, just 200 meters from the sea, a villa and two apartments are for sale, with a pool and sea views.

Between the apartments and the house there is a pool measuring 10x5 m, depth from 145 cm to 160 cm, lined with ceramics and equipped with a system of overflow, lighting. Near the pool there is an outdoor shower.

The territory of the villa is paved with stone walkways, a garden with various cultivated plants. Lawn with irrigation system. All property is fenced with a stone fence. Parking for 6 cars.


The villa is located on a plot of 1100 m² and consists of 2 bedrooms with access to the terrace, large living room with dining area, fireplace and access to the terrace, kitchen, bathroom, laundry room, storage room, equipment for swimming pools.

The apartments next to the villa are absolutely identical, 65 m² each, have separate entrances, each has a covered terrace of 25 m² with sea views. Each consists of 2 bedrooms with access to the terrace, living room with dining area and kitchen, exit to the terrace and bathroom. The apartments are fully furnished and air-conditioned.


The villa is built and equipped to a high standard, using high quality materials. Heating — underfloor heating in all rooms, air conditioning system with ceiling air conditioners Mitshubishi. LED — lighting in all rooms, in the living room and master bedroom, multi-level ceiling with color-changing lighting. All villa furniture is custom-made and made of solid American walnut.

Location and nearby infrastructure

The island is located 15 km from the city Zadar, which this year was named the best tourist destination among European cities. Access to the island of Vir via a road bridge.

On the beach near the house there is a restaurant (open during the season), the possibility of renting sunbeds, a volleyball court, rental boats, water skis.

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