Just 400m to the sea and 1.5 kms to Kalogria Beach with a gentle stroll, this beautifully built detached stone house has the most amazing far-reaching views. Three pairs of striking arched glazed double doors, with wooden shutters, are a particular feature of this property, affording extensive sea and coastal views which cannot be spoilt.
The entrance has parking for two vehicles under a shady pergola. You enter the first floor of the house via a small flight of steps which lead to terracing and balconies all round the house.
The centre pair of the three arched glazed double doors leads straight into the lounge area, which has an open fireplace with ventilators to heat the lounge and the upper floor sitting area. Both pairs of arched glazed doors in this room open onto the balcony and the splendid uninterupted views of Kalogria Bay and beyond.
To the left of the lounge there is one bedroom which is currently used as a separate dining area by the owners, and from here there is a shower room with double sink and toilet. The third pair of arched glazed double doors open out from this bedroom onto the balcony and the same extensive views. You can imagine waking up to this every morning. What a lovely thought!
There is a separate fitted kitchen to the right and back of the lounge which overlooks the garden.
Stairs take you to the upper floor where there is a large open plan mezzanine which is now being used as a television room and study. To the left is the Master bedroom with en-suite shower room.
On the ground floor of the property is an area of 34m2 which is presently being used as a maintenance/storage room and artist’s studio. It could also be used as a garage. The official legalization of the house and plot includes permission to convert this 34m2 area into living space.
The house, which is 143m2, sits on a plot of about 2,400 m2, and has different levels and places for al fresco dining with either sun or shade, whichever you prefer.
The house is located in the area of Pastrova, protected from the Northern and Eastern winds by the Taygetos mountains. This area is protected by the Greek Forestry Department. Access to the house is via a dead-end road which is owned by this property.
If you desire a swimming pool it would be very easy to build one here with complete privacy.
The low-maintenance garden is stunning with several olive and local oak trees, seasonal flowers and a variety of Mediterranean herbs.
There is a private well supplying water to four properties.
The house is very peaceful and private, yet it is only a short distance to either Stoupa, Agios Nikolaos or Kardamyli.
Built in 1984, it is extremely well constructed with a versatile and functional layout.
This house must be viewed to fully appreciate its many features and impressive views.