Montenegro. Lustica. Beautifully restored stone Villa with stunning sea views. This lovely Villa is located on the picturesque luštica Peninsula. The Peninsula is rich in small churches, olive groves, old stone houses and beautiful nature, this is the perfect place to stay. Villa renovated, but the charm of the old stone house preserved. This is a great investment opportunity as the Villa may be a small hotel. The proposal consists of a main house with a living area of 280m2, large swimming pool, children's pool. Main house - Ground floor: kitchen and dining room including a fireplace and a long table for 12 people, built around an old olive mill. First floor: living room with fireplace and access to terrace of 35m2 with panoramic views. Large bedroom and bathroom. Attic: 3 bedrooms and bathroom. Guest house - Ground floor: 2 bedrooms, shared bathroom. Laundry. First floor: apartment with bedroom, living room, bathroom and private terrace. Parking for four cars. The history of the house and the village: During the 17 th century, inhabited the Peninsula of farms and built villages. Mitrovici - a typical village of that time. Historical records show that the Villa was probably built as a farmhouse in the middle of the 17th century; most likely about 1645г. In every part of the house lived two families. The second floor was residential and the first floor was designed for grinding olives and storage of agricultural products. In the guest house on the top cooked and the bottom was a paddocks for the animals. The bottom floor was the only floor that was added, but the owners have used genuine gemstones, handmade from the 17th century to keep the style intact. Until 1970-ies in the area of roads. The only way out was the way the donkey going to the sea. It was reconstructed after Venice was conquered by Napoleon. He became an engineering masterpiece that we tried to save as for easy access to the sea, and for its historical significance and beauty. The Villa has been left as a family home in 1961. But it was still used as a summer residence until 1979. The new owners bought it in 2005 and spent a considerable amount of time and money to restore it historically correct way, as close to the original atmosphere. Our architect, Mr. Jovica Rasovic - specialist in historic buildings was a fantastic effort to combine authentic historical restoration with modern amenities and comfort. 800,000 euros. There is a choice of apartments and houses in various budget, including commercial facilities.