250 Year Old Tower In Croatia Was Turned Into A Cozy House


This building is a former windmill built by Franciscan monks in 1761. The tower sits on a hill overlooking the harbor of the island of Hvar situated in the Adriatic Sea.


But it has been neglected for a long time and started to fall apart until a new owner acquired it and turned it into a cozy little house which can be rented on Airbnb.


Today, the tower is protected by Hvar Cultural Heritage, as a cultural monument. From the 1971 it belongs to the Lorenzo Tudor`s family.


The property has been luxuriously refurbished using traditional building methods and materials combined with the latest technology. It has its own cooling and heating system, as well as its own water supply, electricity power and wi-fi connection.


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