Dan from Think Slovenia talks to the New York Times about property in Slovenia.
'PETER SIGAL - The New York Times'
A FIVE-BEDROOM COUNTRY HOUSE WITH VIEWS OF THE JULIAN ALPS
$1.01 MILLION (850,000 EUROS)
This three-story stone-and-stucco farmhouse outside of Most na Soci, a town in the foothills of the Julian Alps near the Italian border, dates to the 19th century and has about 3,000 square feet of living space. A renovation in 2007 highlights historical features like exposed wood beams and plank floors, but also offers modern luxuries like radiant heating in some rooms, two fully equipped kitchens and sleek bathroom fittings. The nine-acre property has a pool, terraces, and extensive gardens and plantings. Much of the vintage furniture will be included in the sale, said Eva Jakopin of Elite Property Slovenia, which is listing the property.