There really is something exceptional about this detached village house.
It offers superb views and a beautiful garden area.
Situated in the village of Elaiochori, you enter into the property through an old fashioned iron gate into the garden which has has 8+ olive trees, two eating olive trees, fig and lemon trees. Even from the ground level the views are breathtaking.
The ground floor of the property offers a large dining area with a gorgeous fireplace. The fitted kitchen area is situated in between the dining area and a large separate lounge room which could be another bedroom if needed.
Also on this floor is a bedroom and a shower room with toilet.
There is a wood store just outside and a storage area which, again, is big enough to be changed into another room if need be and next to it is an old Greek oven with a chimney. A great talking point. There is an outside toilet and wet room which is where the washing machine is housed.
Outside steps take you to the first floor where there is another very attractive spacious bedroom with an en-suite shower room. There is a log burner situated in the corner if you are here in the winter months and want to be cosy and a ceiling fan for the summer months when it is hot.
The house was originally built in 1877 and extended in the 1970’s.
The added attraction of this property are the two outside ruins situated in the garden. One is approximately 16m2 and could be renovated into a studio for family and friends. The other is an old animal pen which is around 12m2 and which could also be renovated.
The way the two buildings are situated would give them their own privacy and garden space as well.
The shutters are wooden and the present owners are prepared to leave the furniture so it is ready to go.
There are great walking paths and yet it is only a short drive to the traditional fishing village of Agios Nikoaos.
This lovely property is full of character and is very, very charming.