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Architect-designed house in a Greek village: Greek tradition and modern design in a perfect symbiosis


NOTE! Quotation accepted: sale in progress

Buying an architect-designed house in Greece? We have what you are looking for! A house in a Greek village where Greek tradition and modern design are united in a perfect symbiosis. Welcome home! "His house was perfect, whether you liked food, or sleep, or work, or story-telling, or singing, or just sitting and thinking, best, or a pleasant mixture of them all." - JRR Tolkien. An extraordinary house! The house was built in the middle of the 1800th century and was completely renovated in 2007. High-quality building materials and loving ongoing maintenance. Wood, metal, glass and stone bring together past and present: a charming feeling of a castle but with modern and bright open spaces. The house is sold including furniture.

Property ID: EKJ1820, Neochori, Stoupa, Mani

  • The roof of the house was raised an entire floor from the original level to build a bedroom (14,5 sqm) with one bathroom (1,9 sqm). Double glazed windows and doors, beautiful wooden floors and smart glass details in the floor make this room a realm of its own
  • From the room you reach a terrace (9,8 sqm) overlooking the village and the Big Blue. Here you can watch the famous sunsets in Mani from a hammock or a comfortable outdoor sofa
  • A nice staircase in wood and metal takes you down to the living room (20,4 sqm) with a well-kept wooden floor, a custom-made sofa, a work corner, two recliners and a warming stove. Very atmospheric lighting that matches the stone walls here. Smartly placed spotlights, a window with fog lights and a lot of light from the open walls towards the kitchen
  • From here, a design staircase (wood and metal) takes you down to the ground floor with tiled floors
  • Hardness you hittar bedchamber with chalk-white rounded walls, (18,5 sqm), a stylish bathroom (5,2 sqm) with a designed window (double glazing) and a hall (4.5 sqm) with its own exit to a patio. The entire floor has, like the living room, well-thought-out light entry and lighting with spotlight
  • At the same level is available (accessible from the patio area) a storage room (5.06 sqm) with washing machine, large freezer and space for various garden tools. A stone staircase from this level takes you up to paved patio (21,54 sqm) with space for plantations and outdoor furniture.
  • A staircase in stone (original detail), metal and wood leads you back to the heart of the house: cuisine
  • One of the kitchen's (17.2 sqm) road consists only of large windows (double glazing) that are protected from the outside with a pergola to deliver the shade during the sunniest and warmest days. The kitchen (tiled floor) has space for a dining table and chairs for up to 8 people. All kitchen cabinets, shelves and counters are made to measure and, also here, with smart and specially adapted lighting

The house is on a medieval street with both Greek and international homeowners. You can park your car 100 feet away in the narrow lane or in the public parking XNUMX metres/yards away.

Other facts you should know about

  • Price: 195000 €, bids accepted
  • Building year: 1869
  • Energy certificate: will be updated shortly
  • renovated: 2007 + ongoing maintenance over the years
  • Livingspace: 87,25 sqm + 9,8 sqm terrace
  • Plot: 108,79 sqm
  • Nearest Beach: Stoupa 4 km
  • Kalamata Airport: 57 km
  • Athens airport: 3,5 hours by car
  • Note: the map does not indicate the exact location but only shows area!
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Neochori, Stoupa, Messinia Mani, Peloponnese, Greece

On the southern coast of the Peloponnese in Greece and about 60 minutes drive from the nearest airport in Kalamata (or about 3,5 hours drive from Athens International Airport) is the unspoilt village of Stoupa with warm, glorious summers and mild winters. With two lovely sandy golden beaches (as well as several smaller beaches), this once sleepy village has become more and more popular as a tourist destination but still retains the genuine Greece.

Stoupa is located in a fascinating area called Mani. This is the only part of Greece never conquered by intruders. The people, Maniots, built towerhouses (called Mani Towers) where they took shelter under the countless local feudes fought here. Some of these Mani Towers have been restored and can still be seen in the area.

The author Nikos Kazantzakis wrote Zorba the Greek when he lived here and his statue can be seen looking over Kalogria beach. For history lovers, Stoupa is ideally located to visit such fascinating places as Olympia, Mystras or Ancient Messini. Do you want to read more about the region's history? Go to our sister site: Guide to the Peloponnese or read more about our other areas.