A stone villa under reconstruction on the first line from the sea in the seaside village of Prcan, in the Boko-Kotorsky bay. The total area of the house is 230 m², it is located on a plot of 386 m².
On the plot behind the house, there is a small courtyard with a gazebo and greenery. From the front side the house there is fenced with a stone fence with an arch, 10 m across the road from it — the sea coast, there are stone steps for descent into the water.
The house has three floors with an area of about 65 m² each and a mansard floor measuring 33 m². On the first floor, there is a large living room with a kitchen and a dining area, on the second and third floors — four bedrooms, on the attic floor there is a common room. Each floor has a bathroom.
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.