|Minimum Stay||1 - 7 nights|
This 4 bedroom two storey villa dating back to the 1920's is a protected cultural monument, set on a beautiful estate. This villa consists of two separate units, the main villa and the guest house.
The villa has been restored in refined taste with the primary aim of reproducing the original appearance. It is characterised by period woodwork, particularly the external and internal door-frames, with brass features, decorative carvings and panels in the Secessionist style.
Upon entering the villa you will find the living area that occupies the most favourable, south west section of the house, study with library, dining area and kitchen.
The kitchen is fully equipped with oven, fridge/freezer, filter/espresso coffee machine, mixer, kettle, juicer, and dishwasher.
For entertainment you will find a satellite TV, stereo system, home cinema, DVD player, and wireless internet connection.
The 3 double bedrooms are situated on this floor each with en suite bathroom and dressing rooms.
The villa has the luxury of being air conditioned throughout.
Moving to the lower level of the villa is where you will find the sauna, gym, massage room, and billiard room. This is also where you will find the wine cellar that once used to be a secret room of the villa.
The original single-storey outbuilding has been transformed into a comfortable guest house. This is where you will find a further double bedroom with shower room, open plan sitting room, kitchen and dining area. The living area is also where a double sofa bed is found.
The villa has its own private 6m x 4m indoor pool which can be heated in winter. French doors lead out to an area where sunbeds can be found.
Moving to the exterior the east porch has a typical double-winged staircase and two balconies with decorative concrete balustrades. These balustrades and the glazed veranda on the south-west side of the building give the villa its country house character.
The beautiful garden and orchard is where you will find walnut, almond, cherry, plum and sour cherry trees.
Not many people know about the Dalmatian hinterland. For centuries, it was considered unimportant, though it deserves to be presented in all its glory, from the valuable heritage which witnesses to the dramatic historical events which took place here, to the majestic diversity of its unspoilt landscapes.
The mountains are a great place for cycling, rock-climbing, hiking and walking; the fast-flowing rivers are ideal for rafting, canoeing and kayaking; the lakes are suitable for rowing, and the fields and woods a perfect place for horse-riding.
The Dalmatian hinterland is a paradise for hedonists, whether those who love nature, activity and seeing the sights, or those who enjoy good food.
The arambasici of Sinj and the knights' tournament known as the Sinj Alka are on the UNESCO list of protected Croatian intangible heritage.
Local produce includes meat and vegetables roasted in the oven under a baking dome, Dalmatian prosciutto, cheeses, pies, the inevitable wine and, from the rivers and lakes, frogs, trout, crayfish and other delicacies to make life sweeter.
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