BR1498 – Land plot for sale Brac in Nerezisca, second row to sea (but practically seafront since there is no construction allowed on the plot in front), and just paces away from a gorgeous pebble beach. Based on the zone plan, the construction is not allwed in this area. However, this plot (of approximately 750m2) has an object that can be rebuilt.
In essence, this is a land with the remains of a house (now just a stone wall) with the possibility of obtaining the right to reconstruct that same object. The existing building has a total floor area of approx. 92m2 and it is possible to build one above-ground floor (3 meters high) and an attic (up to 2 meters to the ridge of the roof). In other words, one could build a ground floor with a gallery. As mentioned, in this specific zone it is no longer awaliable to build new buildings, which means that the area will remain quiet and uncrowded. Furthermore, this plot will keep its open sea views. In view of that, this is ideal for buyers looking for a summer getaway by the beach. Surrounded by indigenous nature on the south side of Brac island, this land plot boast privacy and peacefullness.
This area is plentiful with delighful bathing spots – long beaches and quiet inlets. Moreover, from here just a 20-minute long drive takes you to one of the best known and most beautiful beaches on the Croatian coastline called Zlatni Rat. This white pebble beach is regularly listed as one of the top beaches in Europe and is definitely a must stop when on Brac. Zlatni rat is just a 25-minute drive away from this parcel, as is the nearest larger settlement, the town of Bol. Here you can discover Dalmatian cuisine, shop for qauilty local produce, groceries and suveneirs made of famous Brac stone. You can also enjoy in the growing sports offers and night life. Besides that, the islands official centre, and largest settlement – Supetar, is also not too far away and is reachable within a 35-minute drive. Supetar has a very frequent boat line to Split throughout the year, so it is excellently connected to the mainland.