A palace called Prima is placed in the calm, picturesque village on the top of the hill, in the back of city of Poreč. It is built on a terrain that has a soft decline towards south, with a view from terraces on surrounding towns. A macadam road, around 200 m long, leads to the site from the centre of the village from the west side. On the east side there is a low Mediterranean forest. One ambient villa with a big infield is planned on the north and one on the south side. Besides the mentioned, no additional building will be permitted in the area (not a building area). It is very peaceful with clean air, and there are no quick roads or any industry in the nearby.
The surrounding is covered with forests and vineyards.
A small village is famous for the biggest flock of Boskarin-Istria cattle that is dying out. You can meat around 30 of them every day walking on the surrounding village roads. Besides Borkarin-Istrian cattle, while resting, you are surrounded with flocks of sheeps and goats.
A palace is 14 km from Poreč, and around 45 km from the nearest airport Pula. It is placed around 70 km from Trieste, and 220 km from Zagreb.
Description of the site
A palace is built on the site of around 5000 m2, out of which 2.419 m2 is a building area. A part of the site with no building rights is on the east side, and it is covered with a rich, oak forest.
A site has a rectangular shape, with the longer axes positioned to the west with dimensions 100 x 45 m. A site will be surrounded with a stone wall.
Unique and delightful stone palace, with each "kus" from Valtura and Kanfanar pit processed manually. Every peace, including both, the most solid and smaller ones, such as portals, columns, washbowls, pieces embedded in the chimney or in the fences are processed manually. The dimensions of the villa are 27x18.5 m, and it is made on the 5000 m2 site in the village Fabci, next to Baderna. This castle is a masterpiece of the company that deals with stone scabbling and construction, owned by the young married couple Larisa and Mladen Benčić from Sv. Petar u Šumi. Lead by the idea of each stone having its soul, having native, original beauty, warmth and history, they decided to replace their machines. With the tools made as their ancestors, they made a stone castle, ranked as palace by famous architects. Some of things made are inevitable "baladur", stone portal, seven solid archs set without concrete, columns, "šterna", "ćuks", stone frames, real Istrian chimney, "štrada", stone washbowls.
Future owner of this facility will, thanks to the perfect connection between traditional and modern, have an open-air swimming pool, one open-air and two interior Jacuzzis above which is the aquarium, Turkish and Finish sauna, master room with three terraces out of which one is covered with baldachins to make it possible to sleep in it, and the control room with computers and monitoring screens.
Besides the floor heating, there is also wall heating and passive cooling, so there is no need for air conditioners. There are no ceramic tiles, and walls on the staircase next to the stained-glass panel will be painted with Roman goddesses made by an artist who paints churches.
Palace is being built according to the building permit issued in December 2007. Only smaller changes, respecting building conditions, are made in comparison to the original project. Constructor will, after finishing the object, issue a utilization permit.
The property can be bought together with the company Vila Prima d.o.o. In this case, it is tax free, since there is no capital gains tax in Croatia. If a buyer decides to purchase the real estate before construction finalization, it is possible to conclude the initial contract with paying presented as loans to the company, and mortgage serving as insurance to the buyer. After finishing construction, buyer becomes the owner of the company that owns villa. This allows buyer an easier way of renting and exploitation.