A luxury house in Dubrovnik's old town, just steps away from the main street - Stradun.
The property is situated in a quiet street 100 metres away from Stradun (Placa) and 100 metres away from the Old Port and the Adriatic Sea. Stradun, The Church of St Blaise, Dubrovnik Cathedral, Orlando's Column and Sponza Palace (all focal points of Dubrovnik Old Town) are 50-100 metres away from the house.
Boasting a superb location on one of Dubrovnik's quieter streets, this incredible four bedroom house is generously arranged over four floors.
It offers bespoke and stylish interiors and was recently completely refurbished to the highest standard.
The vendors have completed extensive refurbishment to the house, enhancing and retaining all the wonderful period features such as the natural stone interior from the 16th century, beautiful original old windows, whilst incorporating all the modern comforts of 21st century living.
There is a reception room with an open plan designer kitchen, gallery with library and sitting area, four double bedrooms and three bathrooms.
The house is built on four levels and offers:
Ground Floor - an entrance hall, corridor, one bathroom, built in sideboard to one end houses the washing machine, tumble dryer and storage cupboard with Heating and cooling systems.
First Floor Two double bedrooms, one of them is currently being used as study.
Second Floor Master Bedroom, Second Bedroom (used as large walk-in closet), and master bathroom with large shower cabin.
Third Floor Charming Living Family Room and a bespoke kitchen built in pale oak under a granite work surface, two sinks, modern Miele appliances.
Fourth Floor Gallery with built-in walnut library, sitting area with beautiful view over Dubrovnik Old Town, King Size bed, Media system and bathroom.
House also includes central heating and cooling system. It also includes original (newly made according to old drawings) wooden window shutters both inside and outside.Most of the original features remain including original 16th Century Stone stairs. The plaster coving, cornicing and wood panelling has been replaced throughout.