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Reference: ARK 178

Price: €490,000
Village / Town: Peloponnese ( view village / town information )
Area Colour: Purple
Property Size: 303
Size of Plot: 610
Status: Available
Type: Renovated
Bedrooms: 4
Garden: Yes
Pool: Space Available
Distance from Sea: 3 km
Location :
Coastal Arkadia. Serenity, privacy and yet only few minutes drive from the nearest centres & 3 km from pristine beach.
Eastern part of the Peloponnese. One of the best preserved areas of Greece with impressive landscapes and clearest sea. For who seeks tradition, nature and tranquillity. Access from Athens int'l airport is by car (2h30 drive).

Description

This stone mansion built in 1919, renovated with care in the period 2002-2003 by a known Greek architect will astonish you by its aesthetics, architectural design and commanding views.
The mansion has a surface of 303m2 stretched on three levels and sited on a plot of 610m2 with paved alleys, courtyards and landscaped garden.
The first floor (85 m2) is comprised of one bedroom, one bathroom, small kitchen, lounge and office area. Interior staircase leads onto the second floor (115 m2) which houses two bedrooms, one bathroom, living room with fireplace, dining room, kitchen and a covered terrace with uninterrupted views across the Saronic. The ground floor (85 m2) is composed of a captivating all vaulted independent apartment with a lounge, bedroom, bathroom, kitchen, mezzanine with sitting.
A special feature of the property is the unique 45m2 vaulted entryway situated at the first level.
There is storage room of 12m2 with boiler and private parking. The house is equipped with oil central heating, air conditioning in the upper level, solar warm water boiler and a traditional wood oven.
The mansion is a small museum of the traditional building art and techniques of the area. The simple and crossed stone-built vaults in the lower levels were usually used in churches and monasteries and are not typical for residential buildings.
A compelling property.