Large building with three apartments in a Zagreb suburb.
Located in the south Zagreb suburb of Brezovica, a 10 minute drive to the centre of the capital city. The house is currently only available for sale as a complete property. Buyers interested in owning three high-quality apartments for rent or groups/extended families are most likely to find this property an attractive proposition.
Approached via a quiet country lane sized roadway, this house sits amid other large and mostly imposing and expensive properties. A total land area of 1.173 sq. metres gives plenty of space for two good sized garages, a large garden shed, parking for several cars plus an expanse of lawn and garden. The building features a complete thermo insulating facade and is in excellent condition throughout. Full double glazing, central heating via hot water radiators fired by a propane gas boiler.
The roof is fully insulated and, like everything else, is just a few years old. Access to central Zagreb is quick and easy, there is also a bus stop just a few minutes walk away. Brezovica features large houses on appropriately large land plots, the nearest neighbours are mostly over 100 metres away. The awning is located on the terrace which is connected to the ground floor apartment.
The view to the rear as seen from the back of the house. The grassed area (foreground) and the vegetable garden (middle ground) extend back to the buildings (far ground). There is a wide sideway, plenty big enough for vehicular access to the garages which are located to the rear of the house.
Two full sized garages, each with windows, are located immediately to the rear of the house and are accessed via the side driveway. Each has electric and water supplies and can be accessed by either the full door or via the smaller doors for pedestrians. Both are big enough and sufficiently well equipped to be used as workshops.
The garden is beautifully maintained and contains this tool shed/store.
A welcoming main entrance.
The aerial photo shows this very large house (Ref:3399/1) in context with the roadway, garden, neighbours and the surrounding land plots. The red gauge represents 40 metres