Croatia, Brac - House near the pebble beach, for sale

Ref. : 4617/30 - House / Villa - Off market
Selling price: 1 €
Living space: 150 Land space: 300 Rooms: 5 Bathrooms: 2 Distance from sea: 30 m
Number of floors: 2
  • Garage
  • It has an Energy Certificate

This family house, 3rd row from the sea, near the pebble beach. It was built in the 70s, on the ground with a slight decline, detached and with all permits. It is located on a plot of 300m2, with a garden and terrace. On the ground floor / basement is a garage of 30m2, with two windows, water, electricity. Possible reuse of the apartment. Below the lower terrace is an area of ​​40m2, consisting of a living room, kitchen, dining room, bedroom and bathroom. Currently operational taverns and previously used for housing (ceiling height 1.95m). With just 10 external staircase leads to the terrace of 30m2 with fireplace (small pool). Here is the entrance to the apartment of 80m2, consisting of a lobby, kitchen, dining room, bathroom, three double and one single room. There is a possibility of separation into two separate units, as well as upgrading floors. The house is spaced about 15 meters from the garage which is along the path ahead. The courtyard is enclosed. At a distance of 20m is to shop for food, to the city center and the port is 5min walk along the coastal paths or streets. In the environment are less detached houses

Location description
Brac (pronounced [brâːtʃ]; local Chakavian: Broc, pronounced [broːts]; Latin: Bretia, Brattia; Italian: Brazza) is an island in the Adriatic Sea within Croatia, with an area of 396 square kilometres (153 sq mi),[1] making it the largest island in Dalmatia, and the third largest in the Adriatic. Click for more


These are questions and answers on some frequently asked questions about real estate in Croatia, for any other questions feel free to contact us or come to our office and we will be glad to help you.

1. Can foreign nationals buy real estate in Croatia?

Foreign nationals belonging to EU Member States can purchase real estate in the same way as Croatian nationals. Foreign nationals belonging to non-EU countries can purchase real estate in Croatia with cumulatively fulfilled two conditions: reciprocity agreement with the Republic of Croatia and consent of the Ministry of Justice.

2. What is the real estate tax in the Republic of Croatia?

The Republic of Croatia has a unique real estate tax rate of 3%. The amount of tax is determined on the basis of the price from the contract of sale and the assessment of the competent tax administration. According to the law, the buyer pays tax on the received solution only once.

3. What is the tax on real estate swap?

The tax is also 3%, so each property owner pays 3% of the estimated value of the property for the new property when swapping.

4. In what time span real estate sales tax must be paid?

The tax liability arises at the time of the conclusion of the contract or other legal transaction that acquires the real estate. The notary is obliged to submit one copy of the document to the Tax Administration within 30 days from the signature on the sale documents. The taxpayer is obliged to pay the determined tax within 15 days from the delivery of the decision on determining the real estate sales tax.

5. What is a down payment and how much is it?

A down payment is an insurance that the buyer pays to the seller as a sign that the contract has been concluded and a certainty that the obligation will be fulfilled. In practice, the down payment is given on the Pre-contract and is usually 10% of the agreed purchase price. In case of fulfillment of the contract, the down payment is calculated in the total amount of the agreed purchase price.

6. Can the amount of real estate purchase be paid in foreign currency?

In principle, no. Every sale in the Republic of Croatia must be paid in EURO. If a foreign currency payment is made, the bank will convert it to EURO.

7. Is it possible to conclude and certify a contract of real estate sale abroad?

Yes, if it is a citizen of the Republic of Croatia then it is best to certify the contract with our diplomatic mission. If it is a foreign national then with the notarization of the purchase contract with a public notary, the Apostille of public document issued in that state is required.