Cottage in Greece close to sandy beaches? For sale a renovated and with development potential cottage


Do you dream of your own cottage in Greece close to beautiful beaches? Take a closer look at a charming, ready to move cottage with historical details and development potential in the vicinity of Kalo Nero. In just 10 minutes drive you can reach beaches and other amenities: but here in the cottage, time seems to have stopped for a while. Loving renovation has retained many historical details and there are opportunities to expand the cottage up to 140 sqm. Maybe it can be a good project for you and your loved ones?

Property ID: OC859, Kalo Nero, County

The house is ready for occupancy (sold including all furniture) and is currently heated with the help of a wood stove.

  • Open plan kitchen / living room
  • A bedroom
  • A bathroom with shower
  • A storage room

From the kitchen you go directly to a paved patio for chill and socializing. Next to the house there is a small garden, here you can grow your own vegetables or build a barbecue area. Below video from the beach Kalo Nero: only 10 minutes drive from the house!

Other facts you should know about

  • Price: € 85000
  • Building year: 1933
  • Energy certificate: will be updated shortly
  • Recent renovation: 2011- 2014
  • Livingspace: 60 sqm (can be expanded to 140 sqm)
  • Plot: 350 sqm
  • Beach: about 10 minutes by car
  • Kalamata Airport: approx. 56 km
  • Note: the map does not indicate the exact location but only shows area!
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Messinia County, Peloponnese, Greece

Peloponnese: the classic Greece (there was certainly no island but a peninsula until the Corinth Canal was completed 1893). This peninsula is full of history and the places are close to each other. It was here that a great deal of ancient history began and in the Iliad more than 20 sites from Peloponnese are mentioned.

Messinia County consists of several different municipalities with small genuine Greek communities, all west of Kalamata. The area is described in the Iliad and some of the places are still inhabited today, such as Pylos. The popular resorts KoroniMethoni and Pylos is close by and despite the winding roads it does not take very long to get around that part of Messinia. Do you want to read more about the region's history? Go to our sister site: Guide to the Peloponnese or read More about areas: Messinia.