Perfect for those who love the authentic Greek village life but with the possibility to reach a lively town within a few minutes’ drive.
The plot is measuring 360 m² while the house measures 108.55 m² of living area. It was originally built in the beginning of the 20th century and renovated in 2007.
The house has a simple and practical layout plan consisting of a large kitchen-dining area, lounge, hall and 2 bedrooms sharing a bathroom. The owner made a nice renovation with respect to the character and the style of the house. The beautiful exposed wooden roof is insulated and tiled with traditional ceramic tiles. All floors are tiled with traditional terracotta tiles. Kitchen is fully equipped with cooker, fridge freezer and washing machine. Each bedroom has a double bed while the bathroom is equipped with shower, basin, toilet and boiler for hot water.
A nice terrace shaded by tiled roof pergola enjoys view to the garden and the traditional houses of the village. The garden has a lovely lemon tree, an outdoor oven, a storage for tools while there is enough space to park two cars
Pylos, a 10-minute drive away, is a busy small town with port and extensive marina. It has a good range of shops and cafes built around a lovely central square, shaded by ancient plane trees. It also boasts an impressive castle. There are doctors and a small hospital/health centre with good facilities and reliable staff who provide prompt emergency service.
The nearest signature golf course (Navarino Bay) is 15 minutes away while the next golf course (Navarino Dunes) is 20 minutes away.
Methoni, 18 minutes by car, is an old trading port, with Venetian links, evidence of which abounds in its beautiful castle beneath which lie a beach and a sheltered harbour. Methoni has a doctors’ surgery, dentist, pharmacy, good local shopping, super markets, bank, post office and very good restaurants.
Finikounda, 25 minutes by car, has four long sandy beaches. The village itself has a very pretty harbour for traditional fishing boats and recreational boats while a smaller village sandy beach is served by traditionally Greek cafes and restaurants.
It takes 40 minutes to drive to the International airport and the hospital of Kalamata which is the administrative capital of the area. Kalamata has a port, large yachting marina and motorway access to ATHENS. The centre of town has been the subject of major regeneration during the past few years and offers a wide range of shopping, eating and relaxing opportunities along its main boulevard. There is a greater variety of shops here offering designer goods and some internationally known stores.