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.