Pazin is a town located in the heart of the Istrian peninsula. It is known for its medieval castle, which is located on a hill overlooking the city. The castle was built in the 10th century and was the residence of the Poreč bishops. Today, the castle houses the Ethnographic Museum of Istria, which represents the cultural and historical heritage of this region. Another important attraction in Pazin is the Pazin Abyss, a natural phenomenon that inspired many legends and stories. Ponor is a 130-meter-deep canyon formed by the Pazinčica river breaking through limestone rocks. The town of Pazin is also known for its cuisine, which includes many traditional Istrian dishes, such as truffles, prosciutto and homemade pasta. There are numerous restaurants and taverns in the city and its surroundings that serve these delicious dishes, as well as local wines and olive oils.
The offer is a detached family house with an area of 234 m2, consisting of a ground floor, a first floor and an attic. On the ground floor there is a tavern, a storage room, a boiler room for oil central heating and two garages. The apartment on the first floor has two entrances. Entrance from the garage and the main entrance of the house. Internal stairs lead to the first floor. On the first floor there is a kitchen, dining room, living room with access to the terrace, hallway, two bedrooms, storage room, bathroom and toilet. The house has oil central heating and a wood stove. The attic serves as a storage room. The yard of 500 m2 is fenced, and on one side it is paved for parking, and on the other side there is a garden.
The house is located in a quiet and peaceful neighborhood. This property offers the perfect balance between quiet living and access to a vibrant coastal lifestyle. It is 30 km from the crystal clear sea and beaches.