Property ID : KT002
For Sale, Reduced Price €128,000 - House
Old stone house
Large, old stone house, very close to the sea, is for sale. 220m2 arranged over three floors. There is entrance to the house from Bratimska street on the east side of the house.
The house has a small balcony and a staircase on the west side.
Complete renovation required
The house needs a complete reconstruction project. The roof is watertight and electricity and water are in the adjoining properties, with the area connected to the sewage system.
There is plenty of stone in side that could be used for further renovation stored on the ground floor.
Properties this size are very rarely available, and, subject to planning, could allow you to create three separate apartments, or create wonderful large family house.
30m from the Sea
This old stone house is situated third row from the sea, just a few steps away from the riva and the centre of Kastel Novi. It has two great beaches within 5 minutes walk and a number of shops, cafes, restaurants. With its proximity to Split, Trogir and the airport it has great rental potential.
Kastel Novi, Croatia
The house is in an old fishing village, called Kastel Novi. Kastel Novi is the sixth of the seven adjoining villages which are dotted along the 17km bay between Split and Trogir and are collectively known as Kastela.
The focal point of Kastel Novi, from inception until today is the castle which gave the area its name. In 1512, a nobleman from neighbouring Trogir built the Cippico Castle as his summer residence. The castle still stands on the seafront today, and is currently being restored with a plan to create a hotel and restaurant.
Next to the castle, is the old harbour, which is filled with small boats, although the fishing industry ended long ago.
Unlike, many other Croatian villages, Kastela does not go into hibernation when the tourists leave in winter. Most of the residents live there, although in the summer their numbers swell with tourists, who have been steadily growing in number over the last ten years or so.
The riva (waterfront boulevard) runs from Kastel Luksic, through Kastel Stari, then Kastel Novi and ends in Kastel Stafilic. Pavement cafes, restaurants and shops are dotted along this popular meeting place. Typically, local Kastelians come down to the riva to stroll along the waterfront, meet friends and drink coffee almost every evening of the year.
The area is lucky to have the ever popular Konoba Intrada which is open all day and all year round, attracting diners from Split and beyond. This is arguably the best restaurant in Kastela and it is a great place to sample traditional Dalmatian cuisine.
There are a number of festivals, parades and galas throughout the year. The local tourist office (located on Kastel Novi riva) has a poster on the wall outside detailing the coming month’s festivities.
For those who wish to venture further, Split and Trogir are connected by the number 37 bus that runs along the Kastela road. From there, you can connect to any of the towns and villages up and down the Dalmatian coast, or indeed to the capital Zagreb and beyond.