Real estate type: House
Size: 587 m² of building and 20 601 m² of agricultural land.
Ownership: Clean ownership
Year built: 10th century.
- Shepherd's house (hamlet) Mali Tržić is a deserted village above Osor
- It probably dates from the 10th century
- In documentation from 1995 defines protection through spatial planning documentation and is classified in the second category of valorisation by conservation categories
- Here, at the end of X century, was born St. Gaudentius, a Benedictine monk - the current patron saint of Osor - legend says that he cursed all poisonous snakes on the islands of Cres and Losinj and since then there are no poisonous snakes on those islands
- Possible access to the hamlet on two sides by public field roads
- 2 km from Osor by field road (by car)
- The property is currently within 300 meters of a partially cleared public walk; possibility to clear public roads and make a car access to the houses
- It consists of several dilapidated buildings - houses, without roofs, grouped side by side, as well as detached buildings
- There are no infrastructure connections
- 6 building particles with a total area of 587 m²
- 4 properties owned by 1/1
- 2 co-ownership objects (78%, 7%) - possible purchase from other co-owners
- All buildings are legal and have the credential that they were built before 1968 (legal object)
- 26 agricultural parcels with a total area of 20 601 m², of which:
- 12 agricultural parcels with a total area of 13 409 m² owned by 1/1
- 14 agricultural parcels with a total area of 7192 m² owned by 1/2
- Different cadastral cultures - garden, arable land, forest, pasture, vineyard and olive grove
Distance from sea: 2,3 km.