Attractive, traditional 16th century villa in a prime seafront location on Lopud, one of the Elaphite Islands which are increasingly recognised around the world for their unspoilt natural beauty and rich history. The property comprises 7 bedrooms in the main building, an annexe with a first floor apartment, beautiful, extensive, mature gardens and a historical ruin at the back of garden with development potential.
This highly desirable property, which is a stone's throw from the beach and bordered on the South side by Lopud's tranquil botanical park, faces Lopud's renowned sunsets and has the potential to be developed either as a superb private residence or as an investment into a wonderful boutique hotel.
In the main building of 258m2, the ground floor comprises a reception, restaurant, dining room, kitchen and pantry, entrance hall, WCs and two terraces, one facing the famous promenade, and the other behind the villa in the shade of a magnificent magnolia. On the first floor there are two en-suite bedrooms with a view over Lopud Bay, and the Island of Sipan, one with balcony, while the other two have a garden and park view. The second floor consists of 3 en-suite bedrooms.
Next to the villa is an annexe that spreads over two levels and extends towards the garden and park. The ground floor consists of bedroom, bathroom, staff room, additional toilet and storage room, while the second level of 63 m2 has a two bedroom apartment with separate entrance .
At the back of the villa is a ruin of 137 m2 with surrounding area, situated at the very back of the property which could be restored and converted into a spacious house or additional accommodation unit.