The property consits of an authentic, 150 m² Mani tower house and it is a representative sample of the distinctive architecture of the area.
The stone walls are 75 cm thick, and this offers significant insulation for heat and cold all year round.
The ground floor comprises
• a living-room
• a separate kitchen/dining room,
• a bedroom with a lovely stone fireplace, and
• a bathroom with bathtub and a Jacuzzi shower cabin.
• All rooms exit to a covered, arched, approx. 40 m² veranda
An internal staircase leads to the first floor comprising two small bedrooms and two terraces.
There is a solar-energy hot-water boiler (which works also with electricity for the very few days without sun).
The house is heated via the fire-place and 2 electrical radiators in two of the rooms as well as in the bathroom.
SIZE AND DESCRIPTION OF PLOT:
The house stands on a 3,500 m² land fenced with stone walls.
There is also another piece of land of 500 m² nearby, separated, which belongs to the property.
Immediately around the house there is a large courtyard with crazy paving of approx. 350 m² as well as a garden.
There is a big cistern of 45-50 cubic metres, and an outbuilding of 20 m² at the rear of the house.
The olive trees of the property yield approx. 150 kilos of pure olive oil each year.
DISTANCE TO THE SEA:
2,5 km to the beach and crystal clear sea.
The property is situated in an elevated position, taking full advantage of the amazing sea- views with the Taygetos mountain range in the background.
The property is situated on the border of a sparsely populated traditional Mani settlement, in an area which is renowned for its distinct architectural style of Mani tower houses and its breathtaking landscapes combining sea and mountains.
The area is a haven of tranquility and not over-developed. It is relaxing, easy going and quiet almost all year, with very light road traffic.
There is a small town at 17 kms with supermarkets, taverns and cafew, a clinic, a post office etc.
The scenic setting of the surrounding area offers plenty of choice for lovers of trekking., the highlight being the peninsula of Mezapos, known as Tigani, with a ruined byzantine castle and settlement on its edge.
The winters here are usually very mild with many sunny days.
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