Luxury development of 11 freehold villas each with its own private swimming pool on naturally landscaped Mediterranean gardens.
Indeed immaculate villas built in 3 different; each truly unique stlye!
Living area: 175 m² - 292 m²
Plot size: 667 m² - 1.496 m²
Villas are either 3 or 4 bedrooms and each comprises:
- master bedroom with en suite bathroom, wardrobe and a hand carved stone fireplace
- three fully equipped bathrooms with ceramic tiles on the floors by Cerim
- walls painted in warm colors
- spacious dining area with kitchens by Di Iorio (the Italian manufacturer known for their quality for over 30 years) equipped with modern appliances up to the highest standards
- large living areas with a fireplace opening onto delightful covered terraces and private gardens with olive, fig and almond trees and swimming pools with sunbathing area covered with natural local stone and lighting for romantic summer evenings.
- Balconies and terraces with pergolas and lovely scented Mediterranean plants open to first floors to the fabulous sea views and invite you for a morning coffee.
Price: € 482.350 - € 692.580
Stari Grad (Faros) is historical town in the heart of the island Hvar, ancient Pharos. It was built on the spot where the deep bay passes into rich island fields, Arcadian valley whit vineyards and olive-groves.
The town is surrounded by pine forest and cooled with summer breeze (maestral). In the hot summer days it is one of the rare Dalmatian places where the air is fresh and the sleep refreshing.
Stari Grad is situated in the center of the island and it is an ideal place to start long walks and trips around the sunny island field with the sweet smell of herbs and flowers. Earliest archeological sites dating from 3500 to 2500 BC. Town of Pharos founded in 385 BC by the Ionian Greeks. Romans destroyed the walls of Pharos in 219 BC and defeated Illyrians. Wine-growers, fishermen and traders are predominant inhabitants. In 12th century the island is conquered by Hungarian monarchy. Between 15th and 18th century ruled by the Venetian republic, having the status of their most important port on eastern Adriatic. In 1853 Hvar had 4 consulates; 10 thousand sailors from 17 countries visited the island. Austrians and French overtook the island in late 18th century.
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- Hvar island; short ride from Stari Grad