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Plot for the construction of two houses in Tivat, Montenegro

335,000 €
  • Land area
    951 m²
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The spacious plot has an area of 951 m². There are two entrances. According to the plan, it was divided into 2 parts — 646 m² and 302 m², on each you can build a house with an area of 500 m² and 241 m², respectively. At the moment there is an old house on one of the lots.

To the city center about 500 m. To the sea and Porto Montenegro 1 km.

Location and nearby infrastructure

Tivat is a small city, which nevertheless has a rich history, and thanks to the construction of a new district of Porto Montenegro, it has begun to actively develop lately. Tivat was founded in the 3rd century BC. In the Middle Ages, the surroundings of the city were the property of the noble families of Kotor. From 1420 to the end of the 18th century, Tivat, like the entire Montenegrin Adriatic, was part of the Venetian Republic, then until the First World War — Austria-Hungary. There are many interesting sights in Tivat, for example, the island of Miholska Prevlaka, also known as the Island of Flowers, the island of St. Mark and one of the best beaches in Montenegro, Plavi Horizonti. There is also a botanical garden with exotic plants that local sailors brought from overseas travels.

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