This detached 19th century village house is attached to an olive press and was built in 1863 and it has been lovingly renovated between the years of 1996 to 1999.
Entering into the property at ground level there are three rooms. One is a very good size and is currently used as an artists studio.
The second is a large room with a fireplace also used as a studio. It has a lovely old corner fireplace at one end and there are two single beds at the other, so you can imagine the size. There is a toilet and shower room just outside so you can actually use this area as a separate guest house.
Room three is currently used as another bedroom.
There is also a wood store on this level.
Steps lead to the first floor and main living area.
Entering into the kitchen area you can see directly into the lounge and bedroom areas. Large rooms which have been discreetly separated.
The kitchen has a Scandinavian oven and there is a large log burner in the centre of the upstairs rooms.
This main part of the house is habitable all year with oil heating.
Telephone and satellite TV has already been installed.
The large garden area has 40 productive olive trees, 30 for oil and 10 for eating, palms trees, fig and citrus fruit trees.
The walls of the house grow grapevines which carry very tasty grapes each year.
There are lots of hidden balconies, terraces and outside seating areas.
Designed by an architect and his wife, who is an artist, this property is certainly different from most village houses as it still has that Mediterranean flair.
There is a large parking area outside the house and it has easy access via an asphalt road.
Located in a quiet and romantic setting above Agios Nikolaos with it’s tavernas, restaurants and supermarkets, the setting is perfect.