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A renovation object: house and large plot (with sea views) in a nice year-round living Greek village with both Greek and international homeowners. To the beach and a good supermarket you have about 4 km and in the village there are 2 taverns, 2 bakeries and a small grocery store. Living in a Greek village feels safe for many holiday home owners: here the neighbors keep track of your house while you are in your home country! The village is very charming with many older houses that were converted into fantastic and modern accommodation.
A traditional village house with potential for development: there is an old stable of 65 sqm and a storage room of 55 sqm that can be an extra living or workshop. The courtyard is built in the old-fashioned way: a paved patio in front of the house and the garden next to it. In the garden there is plenty of space for a pool. Behind the house there are 2 more smaller plots that can be bought if you need more space for your own kingdom! In consultation with the civil engineer and an architect, you can build a roof terrace and get a magnificent view of the village and the sea.
In the garden you will find many fruit trees as well as a traditional Greek grill that was built about 10 years ago but has never been used. In the house there are A / C units upstairs and a stove downstairs. More photos on request.
On the southern coast of the Peloponnese in Greece and about 55 minutes drive from the nearest airport in Kalamata (or about 3,5 hours drive from Athens International Airport) is the beautiful and 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 that has never been conquered by invaders. The population, the Maniots, built tower houses (so-called Mani-towers) where they took shelter during the countless local feuds that were fought here. Some of these Mani towers have been restored and can still be seen in the area. The author Nikos Kazantzakis who wrote Zorba the Greek when he lived here and his statue can be seen looking over Kalogria beach.