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Villa – Perast, Kotor, Montenegro

420,000 €
  • Total area
    90 m²
  • Bedrooms
    2
  • Bathrooms
    1
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  • 3-floor building
  • Beachfront

Property for sale in Montenegro — Stone house in Perast, Kotor. Waterfront and stunning views over the Bay. The house has two floors. Ground floor includes a kitchen, a living room and a toilet. Ceiling is made out of wood with wooden beams. Floor is ceramics. The house is renovated in 2014. In front of the house there is a plateau with two parking spaces. There is also space for rest with grape trees and can be used for BBQ. Main house door is looking on the square dominated by palms, cypresses and flower alleys. View from the house looks across the narrowest part of the Bay — Verige and islands — Our Lady of Rocks and St. George. On the square where the house is located was a Navy School during XVII century where Russian emperor Petar I the Great sent 16 young noblemen to study maritime skills from the captain Marko Martinović. In that time this house was part of the school, as one of the buildings where Russian noblemen lived. Today, the street has kept name of captain Marko Martinović. Perast is part of UNESCO World Heritage. Architecture of Perast is mainly in baroque style and most buildings are from late XVI century. In the summer, traffic in the town is forbidden. Therefore, Perast is one of the most prestigious and wanted locations for buying a property in Montenegro. To find out more information about this property or schedule a viewing, please contact us.

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