Lustica, Zabrdje – authentic stone house from the 16th century, with exceptional sea view;
Building area: 220 m2 + 52m2 stone auxiliary building
Land plot size: 416 m2
Exquisitely rare authentic stone house, built as a small stone castle, at the end of the 16th century, in Zabrdje village, on Luštica peninsula.
The historical background of the house construction is interesting – according to the family legend, the house was built by the Greek priest Luksa and his wife Anastasia, who became the originators of the Mendegaja family, who were the only owners for centuries to come.
They chose the location with sea view across almost the entire bay of Boka Kotorska, from Herceg Novi in the west, to Tivat in the east.
The building is partially renovated. It consists of a large living room with a tavern, kitchen, dining room,
4 bedrooms, two basements (the first basement previously was used for wine production and as a wine cellar and the second basement that can be used as a kitchen), the terrace of about 100m2, with sea view unique on the entire Montenegrin coast. The bathrooms can be expanded into a SPA center.
The courtyard has original stone cobbles. It is enclosed with a stone wall 3m high with. There is also authentic, entrance stone arch gate, dating back to the 16th century.
With fantastic ambience and rare breathtaking sea view, the location is also set only 3km from a number of beaches in Krasici and not further than 20 minutes drive to the other finsest and the most beautiful beaches in the area.
Tivat Airport is 10km away, while the town of Tivat and Kotor is about 12km away.