A solidly built detached house in a suburb of Varaždin.
A solidly built residential property in the town of Sračinec which is effectively a suburb of the city of Varaždin.
A solidly built detached house in a suburb of Varaždin. A residential location close to schools and all amenities. This property is located fully within the local building zone, thus non-Croatian nationals may buy it directly, there is no need to open a Croatian company.
The front garden is well laid out and long enough to avoid the feel of being right on the edge of the road.
As is normal for a suburban property, all the normal utilities are available: electric, gas, mains water, mains sewer, telephone, multi-channel TV and internet connections.
The living area is entirely contained on the ground floor.
The dominant room is this lounge/day room which has parquet flooring, wood burner stove heating, there are windows at both ends of the room giving ample natural light.
The kitchen sits behind the camera position and is a kind of half open-plan layout relative to the day room.
The day room is located off to the right and is separated by a waist level brick wall and the stained wooden construction.
The kitchen is fairly large in that it contains a reasonable amount of cupboard space whilst leaving some room for a breakfast table.
Everything is old but functional.
The bathroom/WC continues in the vein of old-yet-functional. It is a large room and thus offers some flexibility in a modernisation scheme.
This wide hallway separates the kitchen and day room side of the house (off to the left) from the bathroom and two bedrooms (to the right).
The roof space is accessible via a full sized staircase leading from this level but the owners have blocked it off with a temporary wall. We did not have access to the loft for this reason but the existence of the staircase (instead of a ladder arrangement) reinforces the owners' statement that the upper level is easily converted into an accessible living space.
Bedroom one. The cat is not included.
The rear space is very large and contains an un-finished garage/shed building.
The rear of this property is almost adjacent to open fields.
Behind the tall glass window at the rear of the house is the (as yet un-photographed) stair case leading from the ground floor to the under-roof space. This was clearly designed as a house with two storeys of living accommodation. This is further reinforced by the provision of windows at the upper level.
Accessed from the rear garden area is this useful sub-basement store room. It current used as a wood store for the solid fuel heating, a job for which it is well suited.