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3 bedroom House in Kotor

245,000 €
  • Total area
    150 m²
  • Bedrooms
    3
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  • Sea at 2,000 m
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Swimming pool
  • Garden

This beautiful stone house renovated to a high standard is situated in the charming Village of Ljesevici. The property has 2 floors with 150 m² living space, over a 100 m² of terraces with a 3.5x3m pool and land covering approx 300 m². Ljesevici is in close proximity to the beach at Bigova with the airport at Tivat being only a 10 min drive away. The original stone features of this house are complemented by traditional style wooden windows and shutters. Inside, the house has a mix of stone and plastered walls with exposed wooden beams throughout. From the road, the double off street parking and front garden leads to a large front terrace underneath which is housed the water tank. Inside the light and spacious open plan living room and kitchen has a wooden floor, a vaulted 5m high ceiling with a stone arch dividing the 2 areas. The kitchen is fully fitted with hand made wooden doors, a granite work top and Bosch built in appliances. The living area leads through double doors on to a large terrace with an iron railing from which you have stunning views of Mount Lovcen to the bay of Tivat. Walking down the wooden staircase you will find 3 bedrooms, 2 with en suite plus a family bathroom, ceramic is used for the flooring throughout downstairs. All bedrooms have their own external doors that lead on to the court yard and private pool area which is surrounded by a stone wall. Access to the store and utility room is also from this courtyard.

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