A grand and imposing property in Gornje Međimurje, Croatia for sale.
Ref: 1840 Milan
A very large house having a footprint of 168m2 with three-and-a-half levels located in its own park-like land of 5,519m2 in the exclusive and most sought-after location of Gorne (Upper) Međimurje. The single owner wants a quick sale and has offered this property at a very low price. We are sure he will get his wish.
The split level nature of the house can be seen from the height of the internal garage roof (far right) which sets the level of the upper-ground floor and allows the sub-basement to have normal windows and natural light.
The front entrance driveway. A further entrance from the lane giving access to the integral garage is located at the rear of the house.
View from the garden.
We will enter the property via the main door and investigate as we go....
The main entrance door leads directly to this large and bright hallway. The door at the far end leads to another hallway in which are the staircases giving access to the other levels.
The same hallway looking back at the main entrance door. The doorway to the right leads to a good-sized ante-room.
Leaving the entrance hallway brings us to this inner hallway and the staircases. Straight ahead leads to the upper-ground floor and further stairs to the top floor, the stairway to the right leads down to the sub-basement.
[CC Upper ground]
The upper-ground floor has a central corridor which joins all the rooms at this level. This view shows about half of it, the other half is behind the camera.
[D Upper ground]
The main kitchen/diner. The window faces to the rear landscape.
[DD Upper ground]
[E Upper ground]
A cosy lounge located on the garden side of the building.
[EE Upper ground]
View from the lounge out to the sun terrace.
[F2 Upper ground]
[F3 Upper ground]
Sun terrace. The room seen from this view is the lounge (see Pic EE).
[G Upper ground]
[H Upper ground]
Bedroom one. The window faces the front garden area.
Now we move up to the top floor.
[K2 Top level]
This floor is dominated by this large split-level living room. Viewed from the centre of the room looking towards the balcony above the main entrance door.
[Q Top level]
Entrance to the balcony.
[K3 Top level]
Viewed from the same position as K2 above, this time looking to the rear of the house, the window looks out over the sun terrace.
[M Top level]
[O2 Top level]
This level has a small WC/wash room.
Now we go down to the sub-basement. The description "sub" means that it's a "half" basement in that is has normal windows and is not fully below ground level.
The extra-long garage runs directly out to the adjacent lane and also provides delivery access for the heating fuels.
A very large out-building is located at the far side of the property. There is space here for..... pretty much anything!
Alternative view of the out-building.
The park and arboretum on the other side of the adjacent lane.
The view from the adjacent lane to the house. The entrance (left) leads to the integral garage in the sub-basement. [Pic T5]
The view from the adjacent lane to the house - looking in the opposite direction.
The gently sloping grassland associated with this property which includes a section of wooded land at the bottom.
The land includes the grassland (foreground), the fence and eight rows of vines on the other side of it. See the aerial photo below:
The vineyard and grass verge are the neighbours' property. They keep things very tidy as is the norm in this county.
A fully fenced secure grassy area by the out-building.
An extract from the official national land registry showing the layout and orientation of the house and land.