House – Pula – Istria

Great location, near amphitheatre

House – Pula – Istria


Located in the heart of old town part of Pula, near all historical monuments and also offering a great view on sea and Pula harbor. This spacious house with 5 apartments totaling 11 rooms in tourist active town of Pula is a perfect investment opportunity for room booking business. On the street side, the business space is located 40+40 m2 also suitable for renting. Multiple beaches are just 2 km away.


Property ID: 128


LIVING AREA

340 m2

ROOMS

11


GARAGE

42 m2

LAND AREA

400 m2


PRICE: € 1.200.000

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Great location, near amphitheatre

House – Pula – Istria


Located in the heart of old town part of Pula, near all historical monuments and also offering a great view on sea and Pula harbor. This spacious house with 5 apartments totaling 11 rooms in tourist active town of Pula is a perfect investment opportunity for room booking business. On the street side, the business space is located 40+40 m2 also suitable for renting. Multiple beaches are just 2 km away.


Property ID: 128


LIVING AREA

340 m2

ROOMS

11


GARAGE

42 m2

LAND AREA

400 m2

780x780 2

PRICE: € 1.200.000

Great location, near amphitheatre

House – Pula – Istria


780x780 2

Located in the heart of old town part of Pula, near all historical monuments and also offering a great view on sea and Pula harbor. This spacious house with 5 apartments totaling 11 rooms in tourist active town of Pula is a perfect investment opportunity for room booking business. On the street side, the business space is located 40+40 m2 also suitable for renting. Multiple beaches are just 2 km away.


Property ID: 128


LIVING AREA

340 m2

ROOMS

11


GARAGE

42 m2

LAND AREA

400 m2


PRICE: € 1.200.000

The house was built in 1965. and completely renovated in 2012., including new roof from the high-quality tile. House has central heating on the heating oil boiler. On the ground floor, there are 4 separated apartments - studio apartment (30m2), one-room apartment (30m2), one-and-half room apartment (40m2) and two-room one (50m2) plus lobby (10m2). On the first floor there is one apartment with the winter garden) The house is mostly made of monolithic stone (winter garden with fireplace, terrace, the yard is partly filled with ceramics making it easy to maintain and preventing the insect break in the house. There is also a garage with a grill and 3 additional terraces. On the property, two Roman artifacts (stone columns) are located.
The house was built in 1965. and completely renovated in 2012., including new roof from the high-quality tile. House has central heating on the heating oil boiler. On the ground floor, there are 4 separated apartments - studio apartment (30m2), one-room apartment (30m2), one-and-half room apartment (40m2) and two-room one (50m2) plus lobby (10m2). On the first floor there is one apartment with the winter garden) The house is mostly made of monolithic stone (winter garden with fireplace, terrace, the yard is partly filled with ceramics making it easy to maintain and preventing the insect break in the house. There is also a garage with a grill and 3 additional terraces. On the property, two Roman artifacts (stone columns) are located.
 
About location

Pula

Situated near the base of the Istrian peninsula, the population of Pula stands at just over 62,000 making it the largest city in Istria. Its most famous attraction, the well preserved Roman amphitheatre, is one of the most famous sights in the whole of Croatia.Pula has an international airport, with a number of flights from the UK and Ireland and other cities in Europe to there – see our Getting to Istria page for details. You can use the Brioni / FILS shuttle buses to travel from the airport to the main bus station in Pula. You could also fly to Trieste and then get a bus to Pula, or fly to Venice and either get a bus or a catamaran to Pula.

 
About location

Pula

Situated near the base of the Istrian peninsula, the population of Pula stands at just over 62,000 making it the largest city in Istria. Its most famous attraction, the well preserved Roman amphitheatre, is one of the most famous sights in the whole of Croatia.Pula has an international airport, with a number of flights from the UK and Ireland and other cities in Europe to there – see our Getting to Istria page for details. You can use the Brioni / FILS shuttle buses to travel from the airport to the main bus station in Pula. You could also fly to Trieste and then get a bus to Pula, or fly to Venice and either get a bus or a catamaran to Pula.


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