Tivat, Donja Lastva – unique villa with a panoramic view of the sea and Porto Montenegro
Total area of the villa: 1,400m2
Living area: 791m2m2
Land area: 4,200m2
Garage area: 42m2
Basement with gallery: 316m2
Indoor swimming pool
Outdoor swimming pool: 99m2
Bedrooms: 5 + 2
Direct distance to the sea: 500m
Distance to the center of Tivat and the Porto Montenegro complex: 1.5 km
Tivat, Donja Lastva, a new villa measuring the gross area of about 1,400m2 and residential area of 791m2, on a land plot of about 4,200m2.
The villa is built in 4 basic levels, interconnected by an elevator:
Basement – the total area of the basement space, including the basement gallery, is about 315m2. This space is intended for a gym, sauna, hammam, cold pool, massage parlor, technical room, dressing room, two toilets, bathroom, recreation room and cinema projection room. The basement is directly connected to the other floors by an elevator.
The ground floor – measures the total area of about 400m2 and consists of a garage, a room for surveillance devices and security system, the main technical room, entrance hall, large living room with a separate entertainment room, a kitchen with dining room, storage and laundry room, a guest toilet and one auxiliary bedroom with its bathroom. On this level there is also an closed internal courtyard, a staircase and an elevator.
First floor – covers the residential area of 255m2, with central fireplace and 4 en suite bedrooms with a spectacular view of the entire Tivat, Porto Montenegro complex and the sea. The master bedroom also contains a Jacuzzi pool.
Second floor – comprises one en suite apartment. This floor measures the total area of 137m2 and the living area of 62m2. The floor consists of a hallway, one large bedroom with a wardrobe, a large bathroom and a large terrace.
Covered rooftop terrace – is a special part of the villa offering wide open view of the ambience of Donja Lastva, its surrounding, the sea and the entire city of Tivat
The basic architectural concept of the villa is the complete environmental integration of the building with the surrounding natural context. At the same time, the elements of design are dedicated to domestic traditional and authentic architectural styles over the period of the last seven centuries. Landscape design follows an identical concept, sophisticated symbiosis of old and new, integration of tradition and modernism in the form of architectural style and materials.
A variety of decorative and aromatic plants and fruit trees are planted on the land, and the land is covered with olive trees, with one ancient olive tree between 800 and 1000 years old.