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The Peaks bring Montenegrin coastal living to Luštica Bay with first golf residences

Montenegro's Luštica Bay introduces its pioneering golf residences, blending contemporary opulence with coastal tradition. Share

The emerging coastal town of Luštica Bay, located on Montenegro’s Adriatic coast, is introducing a novel residential concept: the country’s first golf residences. The Peaks, an upcoming residential complex in Luštica Bay, will offer its first tenants keys as early as next year. The development sits adjacent to a future 18-hole professional golf course and is creating a buzz in the international real estate market.

The Peaks is the third settlement in the current development phase of Luštica Bay. The project aims to set new lifestyle dimensions in the area by integrating a residential community with a future golf course. The golf course is designed to be a professional 18-hole course, a development that would bestow a level of prestige on the surrounding area.

The Peaks bring Montenegrin coastal living to Luštica Bay with first golf residences

The first neighbourhood within The Peaks is known as Botanika. The project represents a collaborative design effort between Block 722, a Greek architectural studio, and NRA Atelier, a locally-based design firm. Botanika aims to harmonize modern design with traditional Montenegrin architecture.

Botanika comprises seven villas, 12 townhouses, and 39 apartments. Villas range in size from 357 m2 to 435 m2 and are situated on plots averaging around 1,000 square meters. Each villa features expansive outdoor terraces, a summer kitchen, an outdoor shower, an infinity pool, and a fire pit. The townhouses each span 215 m2 and feature three rooms. Each townhouse is furnished and offers amenities such as a private pool, outdoor dining space, an outdoor kitchen and shower, and a covered parking space.

The Peaks bring Montenegrin coastal living to Luštica Bay with first golf residences

Apartments within Botanika offer one to three bedrooms and range in size from 100 to 170 m2. Each apartment features a balcony and a terrace, offering views of the Adriatic Sea and the Luštica peninsula. A swimming pool is also within proximity to the residential units.

The construction of Botanika incorporates natural materials like local stone for facades, borders, and backyards. Stone walls are also a feature in some interior spaces, along with wooden elements. All houses are equipped with modern furniture, and additional amenities include electric underfloor heating, a garage, internal storage spaces, and audio intercom security access.

The Peaks bring Montenegrin coastal living to Luštica Bay with first golf residences

Montenegro has a coastline that spans 294 kilometers, with a population of approximately 625,000. The country features four UNESCO-protected sites and has been an independent nation since 2006. Luštica Bay has garnered attention as one of the most significant projects in Southeastern Europe, with a total investment amounting to €1.5 billion. The project is being driven by Orascom Development Holding.

Luštica Bay is strategically located—12 km from Tivat airport and 14 km from the UNESCO-protected Old Town of Kotor. The development has plans for state-of-the-art sporting and medical facilities, an upcoming international school, and the transformation of an existing medical facility into a world-class hospital.

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