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    The House is built
    away from busy roads and junctions.

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    Kotor Old Town
    is a UNESCO World Heritage Site,

    because it dates back to Ancient times.

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    A nearby marina —
    so you can watch your boat
    from your window.

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    240 sunny days a year.

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    802 AD — a year when the Kotor’s
    oldest active church was built.

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    Swimming season in the Bay of Kotor
    is from April till November.

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    5 km — length of a hiking trail
    through a virgin forest, that starts
    right from The House.

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    500 cruise ships come every year
    so that the tourists can marvel at the view
    from your bedroom.

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    A light breeze is always
    keeping the air fresh.

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    28 fish restaurants
    within 3 km from The House,

    in case you feel like dining out.

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    600 years — is the age
    of Kotor’s oldest market,

    where you could go to fetch some local goat cheese.

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    Panoramic view
    on the Kotor Old Town and the bay.

    We have chosen the best view in all Montenegro for The House.

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    For 500 years Kotor was
    the eastmost city of Venice Republic,

    and before that it was a part of Byzantine and Roman empires.

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    60 km to EU border.

    An hour drive along the bay.

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    60 km to EU border.

    An hour drive along the bay.

The House is built on a hillside of what was once known as Europe's southernmost fjord. Yet as it turned out later, Boka Kotorska – how the locals call it, is an even more unique landscape type named ria — a river valley drowned by the sea. With an average annual temperature of 18 degrees C (64 F), winter temperatures never fall below 0 C (32 F).