This charming old stone-built farmhouse was completely renovated in 2004 after being empty for 25 years, and in 2005 a swimming pool was added and an annex adjoining the house.
All the bedrooms and living rooms have views out over the terraces to the sea and the mountains. There are kiwi and grape vines, and a massive mulberry tree giving shade to the terraces, while near the house are figs, olives, oranges, satsumas and peach trees.
The house is a stone-built traditional farmhouse in the hamlet of Sasovici.
It stands at over 1,000ft above sea level, facing south and looking out over the towns of Zelenika and Herceg Novi to the Boka Kotorska and the open sea.
The Boka is a massive fiord stretching 20 miles inland from the Adriatic to the ancient walled town of Kotor, and the whole area has been a popular holiday destination for many years. (President Tito had his summer residence in Herceg Novi).
Within sight of the house is a 5,000 ft mountain (Lovcen) above Kotor and there are two others behind the house. The steep roads up from the coast offer spectacular views, but there are also numerous rocky coves all along the coastline that give sheltered bathing and more formal beaches in the towns.
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