Old stone house in Gorski Kotar less than 100 yards from the Kupa
This old continental stone house is located in
the centre of Turke village in the vicinity of Brod na Kupi town,
in the Gorski Kotar region of Croatia. The property is situated on
a plot of 540 sq. m. and positioned only 100 yards from the river
Kupa, with a view to the surrounding mountains. The ground
floor consists of three bedrooms, a kitchen and a bathroom. A
fourth bedroom is situated in the loft. The property benefits from
a covered balcony at the rear and an outhouse in the gardens.
This property has been partially renovated, however full renovation
is needed to complete this charming living space.
Positioned between Zagreb and the Adriatic coast, Gorski Kotar is a mountainous
region rich with forests, often referred to as “The
Lungs of Croatia”.
Centuries old pine and deciduous trees cover the 4000
ft mountain peaks, through which the rivers Kupa, Kupica,
Curak, Dobra and Cabranka meander. A perfect setting for the
rich flora and fauna to be found in this beautiful location.
The river Kupa, with its emerald green and crystal clear waters,
can be found winding its way through the small towns and villages
in the area. The river is best known for
a range of activities such as fly-fishing, rafting, kayaking
and canoeing. Only 45 minutes drive to the coast and about
an hour to Zagreb, Gorski Kotar is easily accessible and radiates
an unspoilt peace and quiet, perfect for that escape from busy