Haus zum Verkauf, Podgora, Makarska Umgebung
: Haus zum VerkaufBezirk
: 175 m2Entfernung zum Strand (m)
: This renovated stone house in downtown Podgora is truly one of a kind. A traditional white stone house, with façade made using beautiful stone from the island of Brac, features custom made green Oak shutters and jardinières on 3 windows. All of the stone was chiseled by hand and special attention was applied in grouting to keep in line with the autochthonous Dalmatian architecture. All windows and doors were painted with pickling process that ensures longevity of wood when exposed to elements. It is fully furnished and equipped. All furniture is imported from the US, with an exception of the sofa, which is from Italy. Appliances are from Italy and all of them are under warranty.
The house has three floors, and area of xx m2. The ground floor features a wonderfully designed kitchen, imported from the US, with the highest quality KitchenAid appliances – convection oven, dishwasher and 5 burner stove top. Kitchen sink is custom made of white stone from the island of Brac, with Insinkerator food waste disposer. Refrigerator is from Fhiaa and the whole front is lined with glass. Freezer has an ice maker. All water for ice is filtered. The kitchen has a beautiful island and all counters, and the island, are covered with beautiful Bottichino marble. On the ground floor there is also a dining area and a living room with in-floor wine cellar that has an automatic opener with press of a button. Wine cellar has glass door in the floor so one can see into the cellar. There are 3 wine shelves with capacity for 200+ wine bottles and it is possible to add more if needed. Ground floor has a separate toilet, sink and laundry room with WiFi enabled Samsung washer and dryer.
On the first floor there is a large master bedroom with seating area, office desk and king size bed. Master bathroom has two Grohe Grandera thermostatic showers and two hand showers, heated floors, two sinks with beautiful wooden cabinets, and toiled with Grohe Ondus flush button. There is a large walk-in closet with plenty of space for clothes and storage.
On the second floor there are two bedrooms, two bathrooms with heated floors and thermostatic showers and hand showers as well as walk-in closets with storage shelves. Both bedrooms have queen size beds and all mattresses are made from high quality memory foam imported from the US. One of the bathrooms features Roca Meridian in-tank toilet. One of the bedrooms has access to small in-roof terrace with a view of the island of Hvar. It has seating for 4. All bedrooms have ceiling fans operated with switch near the beds.
The stairs that lead to the upper floors are covered with Bottichino marble. One wall along the stairs is from the 1850’s, from the original house. All three floors are covered with beautiful tile imported from Italy. The whole house is lined with Orac moldings on ceilings and floors. The house has smoke and carbon monoxide detectors in each room. House is constructed with Ytong blocks that are good source of thermal isolation and are fire proof and earthquake proof.
This house is not a typical Croatian house, although it kept the architectural integrity of its environment. The entire house is temperature regulated with central Mitsubishi air conditioning and heating, with only one unit outdoor, and each room has its own temperature control with inside units on the ceiling or the floor. The air-conditioners can be controlled from one’s phone anywhere in the world, as well as two outdoor cameras and outdoor lights. Outdoor cameras have a recorder. WiFi is available throughout the house thanks to WiFi amplifiers. USB ports are on each side of beds as well as in the kitchen. House is wired for cable television in each bedroom and living room and connected to Satellite TV as well. House is accessible without keys through August lock and/or key pad controlled from anywhere in the world. It will notify you that your door was unlocked, so you can check your cameras.
Typical of old Dalmatian houses in coastal villages, the house does not have car access and is located in a narrow “kaleta” street, which means it is in a shade most of the time. There is parking nearby. The ground floor has access to a small seating area, and although not private it lets one enjoy the charm of the old Dalmatian streets. This house is as charming as can be and will let the owner truly enjoy the time spent in a picturesque coastal village of Podgora.