The property was built and renovated in the traditional way with extended usage of wood and local natural stones.
The upper floor is measuring 118.67 m² and consists of an open plan living area with wooden windows and a fireplace, spacious professional kitchen and 2 WC. The living room leads to a spacious veranda which gets access to the paved yard via an external staircase. From the covered veranda and the wooden balcony, you can enjoy the view to the village and magnificent uninterrupted sea views.
The ground floor is divided in three parts.
-The open plan living room with the impressive wooden ceiling and the traditional fireplace is measuring 81.37 m² and communicates with the upper floor via an internal staircase.
-The independent apartment of 40,75 m² consisting of an open plan area with bathroom
-The store room of 17,76 m²
The borders of the property are specified with stone-built walls. The yard is paved and planted with flowers and a few marvelous, old wild trees. Characteristic is the old traditional stone-built oven. A small part of the yard, which is not paved, could be used as a nice vegetables garden.
It is very easy to convert this restaurant into a nice residence with several bedrooms and spacious sitting areas while there is plenty of space in the yard for building a swimming pool.
The access is easy via an asphalt road.
Mesochori is a quiet and peaceful traditional village which is not touched by tourism. On the main street of the Mesochori are a gas station, two traditional cafes, and a restaurant serving local recipes. The perfect place to feel the relaxation and tranquility that the village offers and enjoy the authentic Greek way of living, far away from tourist destination noise.
Pylos - 7 min drive, 5 km distance - picturesque seaside village with one of the most magnificent and largest natural harbors in the Ionian Sea. At its heart along the port, the historical square “Plateia Trion Navarchon” is surrounded by traditional bakeries, cafes, shops, bars, restaurants, and seating under the shade of grand “Platanos” trees. Pylos has a port and marine where traditional fishermen sell their early morning catch and boats take shelter in the natural Navarino Bay. Pylos is a village with all the basic accommodations of a small city, including: grocery stores, fish market, pharmacies, police and fire stations, public health center (with emergency services), private doctor offices, barbers and salons, playgrounds, a soccer field, and schools (primary, secondary, language, and music). Restaurants and hotels line the coast of the Navarino Bay.
Methoni - 10 min drive - the seaside village is a historically important trade and marine center lined with a long, blonde sandy beach and the intact Venetian fortified city (13th century). Methoni lies at the southernmost point of the Peloponnese west coast. Traditional taverns and cafes line the main street of Methoni. The islet of Sapientza across the bay of Methoni has another small, blonde sandy beach with crystal clear waters.
Finikounda - 16 min drive - a port village known for its picturesque white-painted traditional buildings, blonde sandy beaches, and restaurants serving local and seafood specialties.
Kalamata - 50 min drive - capital of the Messinia region. Kalamata has an International Airport and is connected to Athens airport via highway (2.5-hour drive)
Price: € 300,000.00