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Two beautiful Palazzos at seafront GalleryTwo beautiful Palazzos at seafront GalleryTwo beautiful Palazzos at seafront GalleryTwo beautiful Palazzos at seafront GalleryTwo beautiful Palazzos at seafront GalleryTwo beautiful Palazzos at seafront GalleryTwo beautiful Palazzos at seafront GalleryTwo beautiful Palazzos at seafront GalleryTwo beautiful Palazzos at seafront GalleryTwo beautiful Palazzos at seafront GalleryTwo beautiful Palazzos at seafront GalleryTwo beautiful Palazzos at seafront Gallery

Two beautiful Palazzos at seafront

Property description:

Kučište is a small, quaint and quiet village near the tourist town of Orebić on the southern coast of the Pelješac peninsula. The two palaces were built by the Lazarović family, a very well known Venetian noble family in the 18th century. These palaces were actually the first buildings in this picturesque town, only a few minutes across the channel from the famous ancient walled city of Korčula – often called „Little Dubrovnik“. Marco Polo was born there in 1254 when Korčula was part of the city state of Venice. This area is also well known for its amazing vineyards, savory cuisine and delicious fresh fish. With lots of nature all around you, it is easy to imagine yourself cast back into the 18th century. Near the Palazzo’s you can find trendy restaurants and nice beaches, a real paradise for water sports enthusiasts. Dubrovnik is only a scenic one-hour drive away.

The smaller palace, named Palacina, located first row to the sea, is the older of the two unique buildings and has around 300 sqm footprint area divided over three floors. It also has a terrace forward with lots of privacy. The ground floor offers a hall with an original stone water well and four spacious rooms. The well could be converted to a wine cellar. At the first floor of 100 sqm living space we found a kitchen hall, toilet room and a bathroom The attic covers 100 sqm of floor and can be used for different purposes. The palace was used as town hall and school over the last decades. The property needs some refurbishment.

The larger of the two Palazzo’s, named Palace, is distributed over four floors. It was completely rebuilt in 2002. The Palace has 4 floors with a total of approximately 480 sqm floor space. That could be expanded with even another 200 sqm. A plan exists to convert the palace into a luxurious boutique hotel. Actually it has ten apartments which can easily be merged to a single residence. The Palazzo is surrounded by gardens with many original stone details. The terrace in the front of the building is around 100 sqm and gives lots of privacy and offering spectacular views over the medieval city of Korčula and the Korčula Channel. But you will also look at the natural canal between the peninsula Pelješac and the island Korčula.

Both palaces are well protected with antique iron gates. They both have a long history, shown by the many original stone details. At client’s wishes the palaces can be renovated or converted into a boutique hotel with even an adjacent marina if desired. Just imagine the view at night. Instead of looking at black ocean, you will enjoy the distant, twinkling lights of Korčula Town. During daylight, the town ornaments and the breathtaking Korčula Channel, where Greek and Roman vessels plied the clear waters for countless centuries. You will find yourself in heaven! There is also an opportunity to purchase each villa separately. The price for the smaller palace first row to the sea amounts 750.000 €, for the second palace the price is 950.000 €.

1.600.000 €

12.055.200 kn

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Property Details

HPe003Property ID
1712Construction Date
14Bedrooms
11Bathrooms
780m2Living area
923 m2Plot surface

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