Villa Bazjaki is located on the edge of the tiny hamlet of Bazjaki, facing southwards and with uninterrupted views of the Mirna Valley and the historic town of Motovun, famed for its annual film festival. The house has been rebuilt using the original stone from the ruin found on the site when it was bought by its present owners in 2004. It has four double bedrooms, two of them en suite and will comfortably accommodate 8 people. There is a huge open living space, comprising kitchen, dining and sitting areas. The communal living areas have a beautiful stone floor and the bedroom floors are made from oak boards. The furniture is a primarily a mixture of antiques sourced from England and locally in Istria. The house has large windows and high ceilings creating a great feeling of light and space.
There is also a large terrace for open air dining and barbeque.
The house sits in over 4000 square metres of private garden with stunning views across the valley towards Motovun. There is a 9 x 4 metre infinity pool with plenty of space around the pool for sun loungers. Around the substantial lawned area are dotted huge stones taken from the original house and now acting as garden features.
There is a Bose "ipod" dock available for use.