This extravagant yet elegant modern villa stands on the peaceful island of Korčula, one of the greenest islands in the Adriatic Sea that is allegedly the birthplace of the explorer Marco Polo.
The architects of the villa set it on a steep slope, a decision that allows the unique villa to offer breathtaking views of the coastline of the Adriatic Sea from its three levels. The interior includes a minimalist, but cozy living room, a home bar, 5 bedrooms, and 7 bathrooms. There are 5 parking spaces adjacent to the house.
The house was built to a high standard with quality materials, utilities, and designer furniture. Thanks to the pleasant Dalmatian climate, residents can enjoy the outside terrace or swim in both of the villa's pools year-round.
Korčula is the southernmost island in Croatia after Mljet. It belonged to Venice for 380 yeas, an experience that imparted a distinctive character to the island and its capital city with the same name. The closest international airport is in Dubrovnik. The island features many beaches—sandy, pebbly, and rocky ones, as well as hidden bays that can only be reached by boat.
Built-up area: 683 sq. m.
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