Secluded on a vast plot of 4150 sqm, Lagouvardos Home offers 296 sqm of living space. With 9 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms, this is a spacious home which, with some refurbishment, could be used very comfortably and successfully to generate a rental income, or could just be kept for your special family moments and beloved guests.
All 3 floors provide comfortable living and dining spaces. The perimetrical balconies are complimented with a 360-degree view of the sea and the mountains. The interiors are light, bright and airy. The 1st floor comes furnished while a fitted kitchen.
There is ample space for parking on the plot. Other benefits include double-glazed windows, sliding doors, mosquito nets and lockable sliding shutters, a solar panel boiler for water heating and a diesel heater.
The beach is 597 metres long and has fine sand, while it is surrounded on all sides mainly by cedar trees, holm oaks and tamarisk trees, which reach as far as the main road from Marathos to Filiatra. The characteristic feature of the beach is the waves, which are ideal for surfing.
Lagouvardos is located on the west coast of Messinia. Its location is between Filiatra (7 km) and Marathopolis (3 km), about 275 km southwest of Athens.
Marathopolis or Marathos, a 4-minute drive away, is a beautiful and picturesque seaside village, famous for its fish taverns and sunset views. The coastal pedestrian street gives a unique colour to the village with its fish taverns. The view to the island of Proti and the sunset is one of the most beautiful sights and creates a romantic mood. There is also a wide range of boutiques, coffee shops, bars and restaurants serving Greek nouveau cuisine.
Gialova village, 18 minutes’ drive away, has high quality beach-side restaurants, some housed in old stone warehouses, coffee shops, bars, stores, supermarkets and three filling stations/garages.
Pylos, a 30-minute drive away, is the main town of the area, with one of the biggest natural ports in Europe and a small marina. Being amphitheatrically built and very picturesque makes it one of the most beautiful towns in Greece.
It has a lovely central square, shaded by ancient platanus trees, where you can find a good range of shops and nice cafeterias. There are also supermarkets, traditional restaurants, pharmacies, a satisfying range of doctors and a small medical center with good facilities and reliable staff who provide prompt emergency service for mild cases.
The area of Pylos has four impressive signature golf courses and the nearest one is 16 minutes away from the property.
It takes 55 minutes to drive to the international airport and 60 minutes to the modern 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.
- Value of purchase
- Property Transaction Tax: 3.09% of the purchase price
- Notary: approximately 1.5% - 2% of the purchase price
- Title Registration Fee: 0.52% of the purchase price
- Lawyer’s Fee (upon agreement between the Purchaser and the Lawyer)
- Civil Engineer – Surveyor (optional)
- Real Estate Fee: 3,72% on top of the purchase price, incl. VAT 24%
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