The Admiral Residence served as a summer residence of the Dubrovnik nobility, characterized by features of a suitably chosen position, the quality and style of construction, and the exceptional dedication to the horticulture of the estate.
The property is completely enclosed by stone walls and offers privacy. The residence is spread over the total land area of 1.450 m2. The garden consists of a preserved orchard, indigenous herbs, a swimming pool, an outdoor barbecue with a dining area, as well as the chapel of St. Jerolim which is a truly unique addition to this property. The residentia area of about 580 m2 is spread over three floors, ground floor, first floor, and attic.
The ground floor consists of a reception, a kitchen, a bar with a lounge, a spacious dining room with a table for 16 people, two bedrooms with bathrooms and a toilet. On the first floor, there are four two-storey apartments consisting of a bathroom and a living area. Each suite is connected by an internal staircase to a high attic with a double bed (bedroom).
- Summer residence of the Dubrovnik nobility
- Dates from the 15th century
- Completely enclosed by stone walls
- Total land area of 1.450 m2
- Garden swimming pool
- A chapel of st. Jerolim
- Living area of 580 m2
- Three floors
- Two bedrooms and four two-storey apartments