A stone house in a row is located on the island of Prvić in the village of Šepurine, a small island in the Šibenik archipelago, southwest of Vodice.
It is only 50 meters away from the sea and the waterfront.
The typical Dalmatian town is characterized by its stone, steep streets and houses of traditional architecture.
It is interesting that there are no cars on the island, the connection to the mainland is maintained by a ship that sails several times a day from the direction of Šibenik and Vodice.
The house consists of ground floor, three floors and a terrace with a total gross floor area of 250m2.
Net floor area is 164m2.
The ground floor and the first two floors are 40m2, the third floor is 20m2 and the terrace is 24m2.
The house requires renovation.
Agency commission for the buyer is 2% + VAT.