House Hunting in … Croatia; Alison Gregor; NY Times

Croatia – Historic City of Trogir

A RENOVATED APARTMENT IN A STONE HOUSE IN CROATIA

$2.1 MILLION (1.79 MILLION EUROS)

This recently renovated apartment is on the second floor of a traditional Dalmatian stone house built in 1928 in the historic center of the island city of Trogir, a Unesco World Heritage site.

The 2,120-square-foot apartment has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a 408-square-foot private roof deck with a spa and a smaller terrace; the furniture, by Croatian designers like Prostoria, is included in the asking price.

The entry hallway has original arches and Italian tile floors. Beyond the bathroom to the right of the front door is a kitchen-and-dining area with French doors that open to a terrace.

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