Unique historical villa on an exclusive seafront location
Villa Luxotica is a historical villa, built in 1903 in the time of touristic development in Kvarner and the northern Adriatic region. Villa was built during the Austro-Hungarian reign in Croatia and it was used as the summer villa for earl Erzzi and his wife Liana. Throughout history, the villa owners have changed, but it has always been a remarkable villa which takes your breath away with its fascinating architecture.
Villa Luxotica consists of several floors, and on the upper floors, there are bedrooms that are carefully oriented toward the sunrise and provide an idyllic sea view. The property has a total of seven bedrooms.
The villa is well-maintained and renewed, but it was rarely used. Beautifully incorporated baroque elements contribute to a sense of elegance in the interior and offer a decent dose of luxury. Classical elegance and impeccable interior refinement leave no one indifferent, while various decorative elements create a unique ambiance and evoke the timeless elegance of the past.
Well-organized courtyard area consists of swimming pool, barbecue area, wine cellar and tavern as well as the mysterious passage that connects the villa with the beach and enables the users to enjoy the utmost privacy and experience exclusive facilities.
Villa Luxotica is equipped with video surveillance, alarm system and electric central heating system, as well as carefully selected art works. The property features five parking spaces, and since it is located near the touristically popular city of Opatija, and only 50 kilometers from the Rijeka Airport and 70 kilometers from the Pula Airport, it is exceptionally well-connected with all larger centers.
Villa Luxotica easily captures everyone’s attention with its dominant position and attractive exterior, as well as the charming interior that provides absolute comfort and unites the royal elegance with subtle luxury, therefore the property is an exceptional investment opportunity for those who admire the impressive architecture, art and picturesque nature.