We are selling a building, registered as an auxiliary building with an area of 44m2, with a yard, registered as a pasture area of 65m2, located in the center of the tourist settlement, i.e. the mountain village of Lukomir. The building is excellently positioned, accessible by car, and built exactly opposite the fountain in the settlement and all that with a beautiful view of the cliffs of the Rakitnica canyon. By the way, it is an old barn, measuring approx. 5.5m x 8.5m, which in accordance with the protection measures, and related to the Decision on the preservation of National Monuments of BiH, can be reconstructed from the inside. Due to the rather large area and ceiling height (taking into account that all residential and commercial buildings in Lukomir are on average smaller than the one in question), this building is particularly most attractive. The building’s yard is semi-circular and is surrounded by dry stone walls, which leaves a nice impression, and provides the possibility of simple improvement of the yard without damaging the existing condition or going beyond the permitted framework of reconstruction.
The village of Lukomir has all communal infrastructure, i.e. water supply, sewerage, electricity, internet.
The facility is located in the center of the village of Lukomir. Although it seems impossible that you haven’t heard, we will try to describe this magical location. The village of Lukomir is the most isolated and autochthonous Bosnian village and represents the National Monument of Bosnia and Herzegovina (every building in the village, the stećak necropolis and the cemetery). It was built on the southern slopes of the Bjelašnica mountain, along the canyon of the Rakitnica river, i.e. at almost 1,500 m above sea level, which makes it the highest village in Bosnia and Herzegovina, i.e. the only one at over 1,300 m above sea level. It consists of a total of 96 buildings (residential, commercial and school), the stećak necropolis (dating from the 14th/15th century) and the Vlach cemetery, and is exceptional and one of the most famous tourist attractions. Due to the difficult access, the village is most visited in the period from May to November, although the locals testify that even during the winter, snowy days, they welcome the bravest adventurers. The village can be accessed from the direction of Konjic and from the direction of Sarajevo (Bjelašnica), and it is accessed by a macadam road about 10 km long. From Sarajevo it is necessary to drive approx. 1.5 hours to the village, while it takes approx. 1 hour from Babin Dol. The distance from Babino do to the Lukomir village is approximately 25 km.