Nestled in the picturesque countryside not far from Pazin, this charming old stone house was built in the 1900s, offering a tranquil setting and presenting a unique opportunity for renovation.
The house exudes historical charm, with its traditional stone construction that reflects the architectural style of the past. The weathered facade tells a story of time gone by, providing a glimpse into the rich heritage of the region. With two bedrooms, the house offers a cozy and intimate living space. While the house requires renovation, it presents an exciting opportunity to create a home tailored to your taste and needs. With careful planning and restoration work, you can preserve the authenticity of the original structure while incorporating modern elements to enhance its functionality and comfort.
The house's proximity to Pazin ensures convenient access to amenities, services, and cultural attractions. It provides a perfect balance between rural tranquility and the conveniences of urban living. Surrounded by the idyllic istrian countryside, the house offers the potential for a serene outdoor space. Whether you envision a small garden, a courtyard with a seating area, or even a terrace, you have the freedom to shape the outdoor area to your liking. Renovating an old stone house allows you to connect with the region's architectural heritage and revive a piece of history. With creativity and vision, this house can be transformed into a beautiful home that reflects your personal style and embraces the timeless charm of the original structure.
In summary, this old stone house, built in the 1900s and located not far from pazin, presents an exciting renovation opportunity. With its historical character and two bedrooms, it offers the chance to create a unique and personalized living space. Embarking on the renovation journey will allow you to breathe new life into this charming piece of history and make it your own.
The central European location of the fairytale Istria makes it particularly interesting and suitable for all those looking for their corner under the sun in a peaceful and natural environment. Located in the very heart of Istria on a steep cliff, lays the medieval town Pazin - lovely place known for the biggest and best preserved medieval fortress in Istra - Pazin’s Kaštel, stunning natural sites - river Pazinčica, the Pazin Cave and the Pazin’s waterfall Zarečki surrounded by the lush green landscape Tame village environment in the vicinity of Pazin, where the house is positioned, is rich in various amenities:
Sea │ Beach 26 km
Services │ Food store 5,6 km ▪ Cafe or bar 5,6 km ▪ Inn or restaurant 6,8 km ▪ Elementary School 8 km ▪ Kindergarten 8 km ▪ Health center 8 km ▪ Pharmacy 8 km ▪ Marina 26 km
Sports and fun │ Soccer field 8 km ▪ Handball court 8 km ▪ Basketball court 8 km ▪ Water Park Aquacolors 26,4 km ▪ Waterfall and lake Zarečki krov 11 km ▪ Adventure park 12,3 km
Nearby towns │ Motovun 13,7 km ▪ Poreč 25,6 km
Traffic │ Highway entry Rogovići 8,7 km ▪ Pula Airport 56 km
Attractions │ Pazin cave 6,6 km
The old house, with 147 square meters, is spread over two floors, namely the ground floor and the 1st floor.
Ground floor │ The entrance to the house is on the ground floor. This 80,79 m2 floor includes one room and 5x storage space.
First floor │ Internal wooden stairs lead to the upper level, that is to the 1st floor. This 66,00 m2 level features two bedrooms, three terraces and one bathroom.
● Parking on the public surface
About the house
The entrance to the house is on the ground floor level, from the southeast side, and vertical communication takes place via an internal staircase. The basic architectural characteristics of this authentic, old stone house are:
● Floors │ Ground floor + First floor
● Orientation │ Southeast
● External walls │ Stone wall 60 cm
● Wooden floor structure
● Roof │ Pitched roof
● E.P.C. │ Awaiting EPC
● Built approx. in 1900
● Public water and mains electricity infrastructure: along the border of the yard
● Paved public access road
Real estate status
The property is located entirely within the boundaries of the construction area
Extracted documents │ Excerpt from the land use plan ▪ Project
The area of the house (146,79 m2) includes the areas of these spaces:
Living area (Ground floor + First floor) = 129,19 m2*
Terrace (First floor) = 17,60 m2*
*Areas are calculated with coefficient c= 1,00
Data source = Project
The total land area including the footprint of the building(s) amounts to 354 square meters.
Data source = Cadastre data