Apartment on the 1st floor of 30 sqm - 66.000 euros Apartment on the 2nd floor of 115 sqm - 345.000 euros Apartment on the 3rd floor of 115 sq.m. - 368.000 euros Apartment on the 4th floor 115 sq.m. - 379.500 euros
Excellent quality of finishing, completely furnished.
Čiovo properties are now highly demanded at real estate market of Croatia as brand new bridge connecting Čiovo to mainland was opened this summer (end of July 2018). It is 547 meters long bridge going from Kastela area to Slatine on Čiovo. Čiovo is no longer an island, it is practically a peninsula with two bridges to Split-Trogir riviera.
For several hundred years Čiovo was connected to the mainland by the old stone bridge passing by the city walls of old town of Trogir. At the beginning of 2000s the traffic had become so intensive that the importance of new bridge was evident. New bridge construction was sponsored by EU funds mainly. And now it is fully operational.
It means that connectivity of Čiovo is now compatible to most of mainland destinations like Seget or Marina or Rogoznica. Infrastructure is starting to develop more actively on Čiovo as well.
Investors have already felt that former island will become a prestigious enclave with high-end villas within 5-10 km reach of airport and within 15-20 km reach of Split center and start to purchase houses on Čiovo to be renovated, villas on Čiovo
to be reconstructed and resold and especially urbanized land plots on Čiovo close to the sea. Seafront land plots on Čiovo are mostly demanded and will soon be in a shortage. In the nearest future real estate prices for Čiovo properties will go up as realty market analysts predict adding from 10% to 30%. Čiovo still has much free land for residential construction. It’s south side has the greatest potential for development.
In this connection we recommend to pay attention to all kinds of properties for sale on Ciovo. It is a good investment whether you buy a house on Čiovo or prefer to buy a simple apartment on Čiovo. Rental potential of any kind of properties on Čiovo will go up as well.
Update of 13/11/2017
Overall additional expenses borne by the Buyer of real estate in
Croatia are approx. 7% of property cost: property transfer tax (3% of
property value), agency commission (3%+VAT on comission), advocate fee
(0,5-1%), notary fee and official certified translation expenses.
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