ID 2467
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Šalata-fantastic 3 bed apt. 160m2 with big terrace & with common garden

  • 160 m2
  • 4
  • 2
  • first
399,000.00 € cca 3,006,265.50 Kn 2,493.00 €/m²
Contact us
Dominka Bilić tel: +385 98 86 43 99 mob: +385 1 24 21 977

Description of property

Fantastic and unique apartment on the 1st floor of a building with only 3 tenants, in a quiet street in Šalata, 8 min. walk from Ban Jelacic Square.It consists of an entrance hall, a spacious living area of 42.16 m2 connected with a dining room of 22.54 m2, 2 bedrooms of 20.47 m2 and 21.48 m2, a stuy / children’s room of 5.26 m2, 2 bathrooms, 2 toilets, storage space and terrace of 8.30 m2 .Along with the apt. go a storeroom in the basement of 12 m2 (6 m2), as well as a part of the attic.
There is a possibility of buying a garage of 15m2 at a price of EUR 19,000.The net interior area of the apartment is 150.36m2, while the total billing area, including the terrace and storage is 160m2.The apartment has an excellent layout and is full of light and sunshine due to its predominantly south orientation.
The building was built in 1940. and has concrete base. The apartment was refururbished in 2014. The current dining room can be converted into another bedroom if needed by a new owner.The plan is to arrange a large common garden, which will further increase the attractiveness of this apartment, which is really rare on the market.Agency recommendation!Clean ownership 1/1.Agency fee for buyer: 2% + VAT.


Other information

  • Offer type:sale
  • Subtype:Flat in a building
  • Transportation:Tram
  • Distance of transportation:3 min
  • Heating:Gas central heating
  • Joinery:Wooden

Premises related to realestate

  • Garage
  • Storage space
  • Terrace
  • Garden

Description of the property

  • Close to the town centre
  • Quiet area
  • Large terrace

Prices shown in Kn are approximate and are calculated based on the price in Euro and middle exchange rate for the current day.



Šalata is an upper-class residential neighborhood situated on the gentle slopes of Medvednica hills between Down town and Maksimir.

Once a village where farmers used to hold cattle and grow vegetables, the area got it's name after green salad planted by Bishop Galjuf for the nutrition of retired priests and students.


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