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Townhome – Labin, Istria County, Croatia

365,000 €
  • Total area
    110 m²
  • Land area
    1,132 m²
  • Bathrooms
    2
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Features
  • Total rooms: 3
  • 2-floor building
  • Built in 1900
  • Garden
  • Car parks

Unique, well-preserved, old Istrian stone house from 1900 with a large garden of 1,132 m² (all building land), located in the center. The house has a handcrafted chapel from this period. The house has 110 m² of living space on two floors with an internal wooden staircase. On the mezzanine there is a large bathroom with separate toilet and hallway. On the first floor there are three large bedrooms, and on the ground floor there is a kitchen and dining room in one room, living room and large hallway and storage room. The interior of the house was renovated in 2016. The traditional Istrian construction from that time is present in all rooms as well as in the garden, which is surrounded by greenery and various fruit trees (vines, pears). The spacious outdoor stone patio is surrounded by a stone wall and century-old deciduous trees and a vine pergola. On the other side of the house there is a separate garage, a separate stone house with a fireplace and a large cistern (kalanica). The yard is surrounded by a stone wall (part of the wall dates back to when the house was built). The house is located in the center 5 km from Labin and 10 km from the beach (Rabac). The property is completely one and the whole house with garden is for sale. The house is in working condition.

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