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  • Sea view

    Sea view

  • Mountain

    Mountain

  • Acacia Hills

    Acacia Hills

  • Infinity edge pool at heart of Acacia

    Infinity edge pool at heart of Acacia

  • Pool 2

    Pool 2

  • Pool 3

    Pool 3

  • Pool

    Pool

  • View from terrace

    View from terrace

  • Bedroom

    Bedroom

  • Living room 2

    Living room 2

  • Living room

    Living room

  • Bedroom 2

    Bedroom 2

Overview 

Imagine opening the sliding doors of your new apartment onto its large balcony, above a picturesque view of small sailing boats bobbing on the crystal clear waters of the pristine bay. In the distance, a stunning view of the unspoiled wilderness of Lustica Peninsula competes for your attention with the soaring peak of Mount Lovcen.

Acacia Hill is an exclusive development of 33 modern one and two-bedroom apartments, only a short distance from the shore on Montenegro’s tranquil Bay of Kotor.  Finished to the highest standards, it combines quality materials with eye-catching architecture in a beautiful landscaped setting.  A raised terrace with a large infinity-edge swimming pool surrounded by beautiful gardens is the focal point for the development’s four buildings.

The project is located in the small village of Djenovici near the lively town of Herceg Novi, close to the entrance of the Bay.

 

Features

  • Floor-to-ceiling glass windows & doors opening on to large balconies test
  • High quality interiors including oak parquet flooring and Italian ceramic tiles
  • Air-conditioning and underfloor heating
  • Fitted kitchen including appliances; fitted blinds
  • Large pool with infinity edge, plus children’s pool
  • Beautiful landscaped gardens with automatic irrigation system
  • Allocated parking space
  • Sunbathing terrace with loungers and umbrellas
  • Onsite reception and caretaker
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Acacia Hill Apartments

Location Info 

Djenovici
The small traditional fishing village of Djenovici is located between the historic towns of Herceg Novi (6km) and Kotor (35km) in Montenegro.

It is famous for its annual Mimosa flower festival in February and attracts holiday makers who admire the magnolia gardens bordering the promenade. Later in the year flowering and fruiting olive and fig trees, wild pomegranate, oranges and lemon trees turn the air sweet and aromatic.

Opposite Djenovici, on the other side of the Bay, is the unspoiled peninsula of Lustica. Once home to pirates and smugglers, today Lustica is pristine Mediterranean countryside, its coastline dotted with untouched bays and coves.

Djenovici is easily accessible, lying close to the main road route between Herceg Novi and Kotor and only 15km from Tivat airport in Montenegro and 30km from Dubrovnik airport in Croatia. Both airports offer direct flights between Montenegro and many countries including the UK and Russia

Bay of Kotor
Boka Kotorska, or Kotor Bay, is a place of stunning natural beauty and a member of the association for the "Most Beautiful Bays in the World". It’s the southern-most fjord in Europe - a vast butterfly shaped expanse of water enclosed by breathtaking mountain scenery.

It’s also a magnet for discerning buyers of overseas property in Montenegro: Many pretty villages and towns dot the shore line. The beautiful village of Perast for example is littered with the preserved palaces of 17th century Venetian merchants and sea captains, each vying for the best view over to the beautiful island monastery of St. George.

At the head of the fjord lies the old city of Kotor, which became a protected UNESCO World Heritage site in 1979. Narrow alleyways open out onto preserved piazzas, churches and palaces. The awe-inspiring 12th century city walls climb 200m up the sheer mountain face and form an impressive backdrop to Kotor’s annual Venetian carnival.

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