Camelia House – Three bedroom villa with sea view, Lucici Village, above Herceg Novi, Bay of Kotor
This beautiful three bedroom two bathroom villa has stunning views from the living area and terraces, looking out over rolling countryside to the Bay of Kotor and the open Adriatic sea beyond. The villa has a very large terrace with private pool. There is also a garage. The interiors are wonderfully finished with authentic wooden shutters and stone features.
Lucici Village is a private estate of lovingly rebuilt stone houses with a wellness centre and an infinity-edge swimming pool. From every property in the village, there are stunning views over the Bay of Kotor to the open Adriatic sea beyond.
Nestling in the hills above Herceg Novi, Lucici Village is a short drive to the beaches the dot the Bay of Kotor and is easily accessible from Tivat and Dubrovnik airports.
- Three bedroom, two bathroom villa with sea views and open-plan kitchen / living room
- Private pool plus private garage
- 129m2 internal area plus 34m2 terrace
- Traditional features such as thick stone walls and windows with fitted shutters
- High quality interiors including oak parquet flooring and Italian ceramic tiles
- Air-conditioning and underfloor heating
- Fitted “Shaker” style kitchens with granite worktops and branded appliances
- Swimming pool with infinity edge
- Spa with Jaquzzi, steam room, sauna and treatment rooms
- Beautiful landscaped gardens with automatic irrigation system
- Parking spaces
- Sunbathing terrace with loungers and umbrellas
- Onsite reception and caretaker
At the entrance to Boka Kotorska, officially one of the most beautiful bays in the world, located at the foot of the slopes of Orjen, lies the town of Herceg Novi, a popular destination for both native Montenegrins and overseas visitors. The City has been celebrated by poets and painted by famous artists.
The City's popularity is principally due to its historic attractions including castle Forte Mare, which dates back to 1392, its church in central Belavista Square, the towers and the museum. It is also renowned as a centre of health and wellbeing, notably its famous healing mud and mineral water springs. In addition, the nearby Luštica peninsula has some of the finest beaches in Montenegro - easily accessible by a short (and very picturesque) boat ride across Kotor Bay.
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.