Authenticity, natural surroundings, stunning sea views, pool -garden and privacy, easy access, stunning decoration and luxurious touch…. All these in one villa.
Villa extends over 360 sqm of pure luxury. 110 sqm of terraces all around the house in order to enjoy all the positions of the sun.
The house consists of 3 floors, with 5 bedrooms of which 4 with double beds and one (children’s room) with 6 beds. In the house are 2 fully equipped kitchens, large living room, 5 bathrooms.
The house is eligible for life in winter because it has a complete central heating and underfloor heating in the living room.
For enjoyment there are saunas – Finnish sauna and steam bath, fireplace, outdoor fireplace, 25 m2 of high quality heated pool.
The villa is located in a beautiful area on 1044 sqm of plot with non building land all around. There is also a possibility to buy extra 2000 m2 of surrounding terrain to increase the ground for eventual tennis court, soccer field, etc.
The villa has imposed itself, massive stones, ancient vaults, traditional tiles, interior decoration designed by Karine Mazeau, modernity and tradition mixed for the comfort and pleasure of its occupants. A pool of quality, thoughtful park, successful integration into a landscape of scrub and rock, close to Provencal or Corsican scrubland, to provide an environment of gentleness and calmness.
The villa completed in July 2014 will delight adults and children, peaceful oasis close to rich and vivid places, facing the splendid Adriatic sea.
Position: Split-Trogir area in central Dalmatia, with its easy access to the north, to Sibenik, Zadar and Kornati Islands, but also at south to the Pearl of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik. Split is Croatia’s second city, with all the necessary infrastructure, hospitals, supermarkets, combined with an historical and architectural inheritage that make the city center a feast for the eyes and palate. Trogir is the nearby medieval jewel of the Republic of Venice, the counterpart of Dubrovnik, only these two cities in Croatia have been declared World Heritage by UNESCO.