An ancient seaside villa on the first line from the sea in the village of Prcan in the Boka Kotorska Bay. The house is more than 400 years old, he once belonged to the family of Montenegrin seamen and captains of Botrich. The main construction indicators: the coefficient of use of the plot area is 0.4, the building factor is 0.8.
The house is on a plot of 759 m² and has 50 m² in the basement, three main floors and an attic floor. It was completely renovated with the division of the entire area of the house into two duplexes of 78 m² (not including the area of terraces that are behind the house).
Each of the duplexes on the first floor has a living room with a kitchen and a dining area, on the upper floors there are bedrooms. One duplex has two small bedrooms and one big, the second has two large bedrooms. Each floor has a bathroom. The house has several entrances and an internal staircase. It is possible to redesign the house to combine it into one villa or several separate apartments, it does not require a lot of additional investment.
During the renovation, an authentic view of the house was preserved — the entrance doors from the solid wood are identical to those that were originally installed. When installing new aluminum double-glazed windows, the windows were restored to look like wooden shutters, their fastenings restored.
Location and nearby infrastructure
Prcan is an ancient seaside village, first mentioned in the Kotor archives in the 13th century. It contains many cultural and historical monuments, including the Church of the Nativity of the Virgin built by Venetian architect Benadin Macauzia, the largest in the Bay of Kotor. Captain families from Prcan in the XVII century for the first time set up a postal service between Venice and Constantinople. Currently, Prcan is one of the most beautiful villages in the Boka Bay of Kotor with a pleasant relaxing atmosphere and a curative microclimate.