This two-hundred-year-old lady was built in the 18th century and completely renovated to preserve its genuine charm. Villa Artium used to be the old priest house and is a protected monument within the historical center of Sutivan. Restoration of the building was done in complete agreement with the protection of cultural goods in Sutivan on the island of Brač.
The exceptional property is located in the center of Sutivan and is an exceptional example of architecture in this area. It consists of two separate units, the total area of 180 m2. The first unit is divided into two floors with a gallery, total area of 130 m2. The entire interior is intertwined with indigenous details (wood and quality Brač stone) as well as works of art. This truly is a unique opportunity for those who value art.
The kitchen, spacious living room, and dining room are situated on the ground floor from where the internal wooden staircase leads to the first floor, where room and bathroom are located. On the last, second, floor there is a gallery that can be used as an extra room.
The second unit is conceived as a studio apartment consisting of kitchen, dining room, bedroom, and separate bathroom. The central place in this house belongs to a unique fireplace that adds to a relaxing and intimate atmosphere.
This property also includes a private garden of 80 m2, cultivated and decorated with palm trees that make it perfect for enjoying the during hot summer days.
Apart from this, it offers a wonderful panoramic view of towns Split and Makarska.
The house is sold furnished and decorated.