Price85 000 €
- Access from asphalt
- Mountain view
- Nearby school
- Nearby taverna
- Sea view
Explore a remarkable renovation project that invites you to reimagine traditional stone buildings within an expansive stone-walled land in a peaceful, idyllic rural area, just 8 km from the charming seaside village of Plaka. Embrace sweeping views of the serene countryside and the glistening sea from this enchanting location.
This property comprises three buildings, totaling 123 m2, set on a generous 1024 m2 plot within the town plan. With two distinct parts, one covering 773 m2 and the other 251 m2, there’s room for up to 400 m2 of development.
Of particular note is a rare Venetian-style stone house, a 96 m2 gem featuring a main room divided by a wide arch, preserving the original large fireplace. The modern section boasts concrete floors and ceilings, while the remainder maintains its original earth floors. Additionally, you’ll find the original stable spanning 16.77 m2, along with a 5 m2 once a WC (please note, not up to modern standards).
These structures encircle a closed courtyard, retaining the original stone oven and a wine press. The entire property is enclosed by magnificent stone walls, and you’ll discover the remnants of a stone windmill, a nod to the area’s rich history.
This property offers the thrilling potential to be transformed into a one-story house with three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a spacious living area, dining space, and a well-appointed kitchen. Architectural drawings are readily available to help bring your vision to life. Plus, there’s the exciting possibility of additional apartments on the plot, making it a versatile investment.
The property and its land present an exceptional opportunity for development and renovation, thanks to its stone wall boundaries, mature olive trees, and its peaceful location on the outskirts of Kato Loumas village.
The area is well-connected, with mobile “shops” conveniently nearby in Vrouhas, a village boasting a taverna and several kafenions within a 5-kilometer radius. The sea at Kato Selles is approximately 6 kilometers away, offering charming coastal tavernas. The famous beach and restaurants of Plaka, as immortalized in Victoria Hislop’s novel “The Island,” are a mere 8 kilometers from your doorstep.
The city of Agios Nikolaos is 23 km away, and Heraklion Airport is within easy reach at approximately 68 km.