The area around Bovec is among of the most beautiful in the country, with soaring mountains, green valleys, and the copper blue waters of the Soča making it a much-sought holiday location for those with an interest in the great outdoors. The landscape here is stunning, and beyond the views it affords a huge range of opportunities to get out and enjoy yourself. From hiking to biking, canyoning to kayaking, fishing to skiing, paragliding to painting, and much more besides, the area is set up for visitors and residents to take advantage of the natural wonders and find some peace away from the cities and towns, while still only being an hour or so from Ljubljana Airport, and 90 minutes from the Adriatic coast.
This week’s property puts you right in the middle of all this, being a three-floor house in the village of Kal Koritnica. It was built just over 50 years ago and requires some minor renovations, and is essentially open to however you’d like to live in a space that currently has two bedrooms and potential for a third. It’s on the market for just €55,000, and is being handed by Think Slovenia, who describe it as follows:
Traditional detached house on the edge of a peaceful village of Kal Koritnica, only 3 km from Bovec. The house occupies three floors with storage and heating rooms in the basement, entry room, kitchen with dining area, bathroom and two bedrooms on the first floor and an attic that could be converted into additional living space. It is surrounded by a small garden with a woodshed.
The region offers numerous activities from skiing in the winter on the Kanin ski resort in Bovec which is connected to Sella Nevea to fantastic hiking and mountain biking on the surrounding Julian Alps or enjoying numerous seasonal sports on the breath-taking Soča river. The town of Bovec, with all its amenities and good restaurants, is only 3 km away, whilst Kal Koritnica also has a good local restaurant. The house is in need of renovations and modernisation, but would make a lovely holiday home with good rental potential.
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This week’s property is a one-bedroom rental in Ljubljana, to give you some idea of prices in the capital, which have been rising even faster than in other parts of Slovenia. However, it should be noted that this is a rather nice apartment, and there are things to be had for less in other parts of town, and with other features.
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It comes with a large terrace (16 m2) and is sited in Vič, on the west side of Ljubljana, just a short drive or slightly longer bike ride to the centre. It’s currently on offer at €950 a month, based on a six-month stay, with the price rising to €1,550 for one month, with utilities not included. The apartment is being handled by Think Slovenia, who describe it as follows on their website:
Spacious (67 m2) one-bedroom penthouse apartment in a sought after modern multi residential development in the Vič district on the west side of Ljubljana, five minutes’ drive from the city centre. The apartment is served by a lift and consists of an entry room, open plan kitchen with dining area and living room, bathroom with bath tub and a large bedroom.
Both living room and bedroom have access to a fantastic spacious terrace facing west with great views over the city and hills in the background. The interiors of the apartment are beautifully designed in a contemporary style to create a beautiful and practical living space.
There is a storage room belonging to the apartment conveniently located on the same floor, whilst the first come first served parking area for the building is behind the building protected by a parking barrier.
The development was built in 2005 and consist of two multi apartment buildings connected with internal courtyard and the parking area at the back. The location gives easy access to the city centre on one side, and to the Ljubljana ring road on the other.
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This week’s property is a three-bedroom house in Radovljica, one the 17 members of the Association of Historic Towns in Slovenia, and thus as pretty as a postcard, with charming architecture set against a stunning natural backdrop of the mountains, and easy access to the many outdoor pursuits the area offers all year, a fact that gives this property some potential as a short- or long-term rental holding. It’s also just around 30 minutes from the capital, making it an option for anyone working in the capital
The house was built in 1937 and last renovated in 1990, with minor work needed in some places, and in addition to 280 m2 of indoor space there’s 994 m2 outdoors for gardening or otherwise relaxing in, with the nearest neighbours some 200 m away.
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Currently on the market for €295,000, the house is being handed by Think Slovenia, who describe it as follows:
Charming and spacious traditional villa in a lovely location with mountain views in the beautiful historic town of Radovljica, just 10 minutes’ drive from world famous Lake Bled. The villa spreads over 4 floors and includes storage rooms and utility area in the basement, spacious living room with ceramic wood stove, separate kitchen with balcony access and pantry and a toilet on the ground floor. The balcony has steps down into garden.
The first floor consists of 2 large bedrooms, bathroom and a separate toilet, while the loft is still unfinished but gives scope for additional bedrooms. The house is surrounded by a large garden with fruit trees, vegetable patch and a woodshed.
The area offers numerous sporting activities from water sports on the river Sava and lake Bled, hiking and mountain cycling on the surrounding Karavanke mountains and skiing at three different ski resorts, each just 30 minutes’ drive away. The medieval town of Radovljica offers good local amenities with excellent restaurants and cafes in a charming medieval town ambiance.
The house is in need of some updating / modernisation but is in generally good working condition and is well maintained. An excellent property which would make a lovely holiday home or permanent residence in a sought after area with good tourist rental or long term rental potential.
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This week’s focal property is a real prize, a 19th century estate house on 12 hectares of land, or 120,000 m2, with 3,500m2 zoned for further building. It’s located Rdeci Breg, and offers both seclusion and grandeur, while still being well within easy commuting distance of Maribor, just 30km away, while only 80km from Gradec, Austria’s second largest city.
One of the many charms of Slovenia is the variety of distinct landscapes and climates packed into such a small area, as well as the ease with which one’s able to escape the country and spend some time amid a different language and culture.
This week’s property is yet another in the ever popular Soča region, with its striking views and wealth of activities to enjoy all year round, including skiing in the winter. More specifically, it’s in a settlement called Grahovo ob Bači, just outside Triglav National Park, around 90 minutes from Ljubljana, and two hours to the coast, Italy and Austria.
This week’s property is a three-bedroom apartment in the town of Radovljica (often shortened to Radol'ca), not far from Bled and Triglav National Park, and thus ideally sited for those who like hiking and other outdoor pursuits, while also within commuting distance of Ljubljana. The location makes the place attractive as a full-time home, but also as a long- or short-term rental property, with guests being able to relax and enjoy the many views and activities that the area affords in all seasons, including skiing in the winter months.