The property used to be the small castle of the lords and ladies of Vivodina. It is the oldest house in the village and has a ground floor, an attic, and a cellar. The property also has a stone shed. The property is not culturally protected. So one can renovate the current building or replace it with another building.
The ground floor of the building has a room that has two wood stoves, three other rooms, another room that was used as a kitchen, a hallway, and a staircase for going upstairs to the attic and the roof.
The cellar is a huge place with wooden and stone pillars.
The stone shed building has a large space for storage.
The footprint of the main building: 160 m²
Total floor space of the main building: 480 m²
The footprint of additional buildings: 50 m² (est.)
Land connected with main building: 1700 m²
Hot water: No
Air conditioning: No
Floors: Wood and concrete
Walls: Stone walls which are about 1 m thick
Windows: Traditional double glazing
Doors: Wooden door
Cellar: Yes, outdoor access
Access: Asphalt road
Public transport: Limited
Primary school: 50 m
Secondary school: Karlovac (34 km)
Health center: Ozalj (18 km)
Internet availability: Good
Available documentation: Title deed/vlasnički list
Additional information about documents: Both buildings are built before 1968 and can get a usage permit based on their age
Drawn on cadastral map: Yes
Zoning: The parcel with buildings is in the building zone. Some other parcels are in the agricultural zone
Building year: 1600 (est.)
Foreign buyers: EU citizens and certain other nationalities are allowed to buy the parcels of this property, which are located in the building zone
Price including 3% property tax and 3.75% commission (incl. VAT): 40,565 euro
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