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A magnificent villa awaits its new owner



The villa was built in 1893 and completely renovated in 2010 using quality materials. Ever since, it has been carefully maintained. The villa comprises a basement, ground floor, and two upper floors. The currently unfinished basement is planned for the setting up of a day spa. The ground floor features an art gallery with a terrace restaurant offering plenty of shade. The ground and first floors can be adapted into offices or another form of business premises. The loft consists of three separate apartments, each of them featuring a balcony that offers splendid views of the Savinja, the city of Celje and the Capuchin Monastery. With a net floor area of 956.00 m2 and an adjoining land measuring 2,250.00 m2, the villa is being sold for EUR 960,000.00 plus tax.



Seeing how 2017 was a record year for Slovenian tourism - a total of 12.6 million tourist nights were generated, which is over 13 % more than the previous year - investments in tourist facilities are a first-rate business opportunity.

In May 2018, tourist accommodation facilities saw over 469,000 tourist arrivals and more than 1.1 million tourist nights. The proportion of foreign nights to the total nights has been increasing continuously since 2009. That year, foreign tourists generated 55 % of the total tourist nights, compared to 62 % and 68 % in 2013 and 2017, respectively. But tourism in Slovenia does not attract foreign visitors only - domestic visitors spent an average of three nights at tourist accommodation facilities, whereas foreign visitors generated an average of 2.4 nights. Both types of visitors seem to be interested in health resorts, seaside resorts, mountain resorts, and the municipality of Ljubljana (source: SURS).

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