A luxurious three-level villa, which history is more than 350 years old, is under the protection of UNESCO and is located in the Boka Bay of Kotor in the picturesque town of the extraordinary beauty of Perast. The villa with a living area of 273 m² and a spacious terrace of 47 m² has a picturesque view of the bay. The plot of 400 m² includes a well-kept garden and a large heated swimming pool 11x5 m.
An elegantly furnished living room with a fireplace and a wine cellar is located on the ground floor. On the same floor, there is a separate studio apartment of 60 m², which includes a separate kitchen and a bathroom.
The first floor includes a dining room with a kitchen, a bedroom, a bathroom and a large terrace with a beautiful view of the sea. At the level of this floor is a barbecue with a large wood-fired oven for pizza making.
The second floor consists of two bedrooms and a bathroom. The tastefully furnished villa includes spacious and bright rooms and a large patio furnished for a comfortable stay.
To date, the villa has been completely renovated and maintained in a Mediterranean style. In the garden there are a lot of greenery, comfortable upholstered furniture in the lounge zone, quality furniture for the pool.
Location and nearby objects
Kotor Bay is a place of amazing beauty with a warm climate and rich historical heritage. The bay is under the protection of UNESCO and has international fame, inspiring with its beauty poets and artists from around the world.
On the shore of Kotor Bay there is, as if descended from the canvases of artists, a small town of Perast. The town has preserved its appearance unchanged since the 17th century and is a fine example of Baroque architecture. The most famous landmark of the town is the two charming islands of St. George and the Virgin on the reef, located between the city and Verige Strait, where excursions are regularly organized, boats and yachts run. In Perast, there are about 400 local residents, in the town there are many churches of the Baroque period. In Perast, kings and princes often stayed. People from all over the world came here to study at a seaworthy school. Now Perast is protected by UNESCO as an object of cultural and historical world heritage.