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Price £676,524
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Building site in size of 733 m² with development potential to build a three story 5 bed Luxury Villa with pool, barbeque in approximate size of 220 m2 or alternatively a house divided into 3 separate apartments. The site is just 10 minits drive from Pula city and airport. It offers a great sea views and is only 500 m from the beach and center Fazana.Fazana is lovley location where property is good demand. Exellent location for Luxury Villa. IstriaThe Istrian peninsula, situated in the westernmost part of Croatia, has always been a very special area. The same can be said for the tourist region of Istria which, although it comprises only a single county, the County of Istria, it is without question the primary tourist region of Croatia. Its quite unique qualities are the result of its location - sitting where the Mediterranean Sea insinuates itself deepest into the European mainland, and being isolated from the bulk of Croatia by the Ucka massif. That is why, despite its greatly predominant Croatian population, Istria was under foreign rule from long-distant 7th century right up until some 60 years ago. Its singular position and the blend of various influences have resulted in a special culture and landscape, music, gastronomy... all of which are the reasons why this patch of land is lovingly known as the “land of magic”. The first known inhabitants of Istria were the Histri, an Illyrian tribe, from whom the area ultimately took its name. In ancient times it was an important part of the Roman Empire. With the demise of that empire, and following the arrival of the Croats, rule of the peninsula often changed hands, and was divided between different Frankish rulers and the Aquileian Patriarchate. From the 15th century the western part of Istria was ruled by Venice, while the eastern part and the interior were under the sway of the Hapsburgs. Towards the end of the 18th century the French were briefly dominant, but then Austria once again became ascendant, its rule lasting to the end of W.W.I. Between the two World Wars Italy ruled, and then, after 1945, Istria finally joined its mother country of Croatia, first within Yugoslavia, and from 1991 as a constituent part of an independent state. more ...Area infos: more ...Location: Europe - Croatia- Istria - PulaLand Size : 733 m²Approximate Built Area : 220 m² (in 2-3 floors)Price for Off Plan Villa: 850.000 €

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