Romance – the two palaces were built in 1712 as a summer residence of Lazarović family. Numerous preserved stone details in the garden and the palaces serve as testaments to their rich history. Both objects have been renovated with spacious terraces that provide outstanding views of the town of Korčula and Korčula Bay.
The first villa occupies a total area of 300 square meters. It is located right by the sea, providing direct access to the mooring dock. It spans across three floors. The ground floor consists of four bedrooms and the original 18 th century well that may be re-purposed as a wine cellar. The second floor contains a kitchen, a living room, a bathroom and a toilet. The spacious attic can be used for different purposes.
The second villa spans across four floors with a total area of 650 square meters. It can even be expanded to take up a total area of 850 square meters. It currently functions as a 10-apartment suite that can be merged into a single, unique residence, but it can also be converted into a 25-bedroom hotel. It is surrounded by the soothing nature interwoven with 18 the century stone artifacts.
Aside from the unique palaces themselves and their rich cultural and historical heritage, close proximity to the towns of Korčula and Dubrovnik serves as an additional bonus. Aside from its history, this small village is astonishing because it is embedded into nature so well. The town is renowned for its long pebble beaches, stone houses with attractive gardens and its rich nautical tradition.
There is a possibility of purchasing each villa separately or the entire property as a whole.
Price of the first villa of 300 square meters next to the sea – 750.000 Euros
Price of the second villa of 650 square meters, second row from the sea – 950.000 Euros
Entire property (both villas) – 1.600.000 Euros