All photos

Spacious apartment house with three terraces, sea views and a garden, near the beach, Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik-Neretva County, Croatia

750,000 €
  • Total area
    377 m²
  • Land area
    432 m²
  • Bedrooms
    6
  • Bathrooms
    5
Check availability of the property
Send the listing to yourself
Features
  • Total rooms: 10
  • 3-floor building
  • Built in 2011
  • Sea at 250 m
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Furnished
  • Garden
  • Car parks
  • Sea view

Comfortable three-storey apartment house with three terraces, a BBQ area, three balconies, panoramic sea views, an attic, a parking, a well-maintained garden and four independent furnished flats.

Interior

  • The first flat has an area of 57 m² and consists of an entrance hall, a living room with an open-plan kitchen, a dining area and an access to the terrace, a bedroom and a bathroom.
  • The second flat has an area of 58 m² and consists of an entrance hall, a living room with an open-plan kitchen, a dining area and an access to the terrace, two bedrooms and a bathroom.
  • The third flat has an area of 47 m² and consists of an entrance hall, a kitchen with a dining area, a living room with an access to the balcony, a bedroom with an access to the balcony and a bathroom.
  • Duplex-apartment has an area of 170 m² and consists of an entrance hall, a guest restroom, a kitchen with a dining area and a spacious living room with an access to the balcony on the second floor and two bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and a terrace in the attic.

Equipment

  • Four fireplaces
  • Air conditioning

Advantages

The property has an extremely high rental potential.

Location and nearby infrastructure

The property is located in a picturesque location, in a quiet area with a developed infrastructure, near the sea coast, shops, bars and restaurants, 6 km from the city center and 10 km from the airport.

More properties

If this property wasn’t for you, take a look at other houses for sale in Croatia.

You can see more houses for sale in Dubrovnik elsewhere on our website.

Similar listings

We select ads that may interest you.

How to buy property with Tranio
Enquiry

Send us an enquiry with an approximate description of the property or investment project you’re interested in.

Meeting the partners

After clarifying your enquiry, we will introduce you to our partners and/or local agents.

Offer selection

We will help you to select suitable options. Tranio does not charge a commission for this — the property price remains the same as if you contacted our partner directly.

Viewing tour

You then view the property or properties you have chosen. Our partners or agents from Tranio's European offices will meet you in situ.

Transaction closure

Having chosen the best property, you will sign the sales or investment agreement (for development).

FAQs
  • Can I get a mortgage abroad?

    It depends on the country. For example, German banks willingly offer mortgages to foreigners at 1.5-2 % per annum with LTV up to 70%. Spain offers less favourable terms: the minimum rate for foreigners is 2.5% per annum. The situation is different in Greece: although the law does not prohibit banks from issuing loans, in practice, Greek banks don’t issue loans to local nor foreign property buyers. You can learn about the mortgage terms in your preferred country by contacting Tranio’s local agents.

  • How does the purchase procedure work?

    The purchase procedure depends on the country where you buy property. Generally, after choosing a property you need to sign a preliminary agreement with the seller and carry out a due diligence of the property by checking the relevant documents and the property's technical condition. After that, all parties sign the sales agreement and the notary registers the transaction. As a rule, the purchase registration costs amount to approximately 10% of the property price.

  • Can a residence permit be obtained by buying property?

    In some countries it is possible. Residence-for-property purchase programmes are known as Golden Visas programmes. Greece, Spain, Latvia, and Portugal offer the most popular Golden Visas in Europe. The Greek residence permit is the cheapest and can be obtained by buying a property worth at least €250,000, while organising all of the documents costs about €19,000. Certain countries offer citizenship to property buyers — for example, an investor can get their hands on a Cypriot passport by buying a property worth at least €2M.

  • How does Tranio make money if your service is free for the clients?

    We share the commission, which the buyer or the seller (depending on the country) pays to our partners — foreign real estate agencies. The price of this service is the same as if you contacted the agency directly — this is an important condition and applies to all of our partnership agreements.

  • Who guarantees the transaction security?

    The transaction security is guaranteed by the notary who draws up the sales agreement and checks the information on the previous and current owners of the property, any outstanding restrictions, mortgage, and third-party encumbrances. Tranio is not responsible for the parties involved in the transaction.

flag icon
Limassol, Cyprus
Tranio Cyprus LTD, 38 Karaiskaki Kanika Alexander Center, Block 1, 1st Floor office 113b, 3032 Limassol Cyprus
flag icon
Athens, Greece
Tranio LLC, Vissarionos, 4, 10672 Athens
flag icon
Torrevieja, Spain
Tranio LLC, Calle del Palangre, 14, 03182 Torrevieja
flag icon
Dubai, UAE
Tranio Global Real Estate, Wafi Residence, Oud Metha Rd - Umm Hurair 2 - Dubai - United Arab Emirates
flag icon
Berlin, Germany
Tranio Germany GmbH, Schlüterstraße 38, 10629 Berlin
Send a request