This traditional stone house is in Sveti Lovrec, a fortified medieval village on the Istrian Peninsula in Croatia, about 10 miles from the Adriatic Sea.
Built in the early 1900s, the 2,433-square-foot home has been used as a school and a residence, although it had been vacant for many years when the owners bought it. A renovation completed in 2016 added a swimming pool and modern amenities like air-conditioning and central floor heating.
The three-bedroom home, on a quarter-acre lot, has its original stone walls, staircase and wood entrance doors. Its elongated elevation, asymmetrically punctuated by doors and windows, is typical of older Istrian homes, said Marko Pazanin, a partner and executive director of Croatia Sotheby’s International Realty, which has the listing.