This property is situated in the lovely village of Nomitsi, on the plateau above the more well known villages of Pigi and Platsa. The village itself is undergoing a makeover at the moment, with plenty of restoration work underway. New local taverna's have reopened and the area is growing significantly in popularity.
It is a major restoration project but one which will result in a great property with lovely views of the sea and mountain areas. With an existing liveable footprint of approx 160m2 it is likely that the property can be extended up to 200m2 but this to be confirmed by a local engineer. Set on 2 floors the layout today consists of 3 bedrooms, kitchen and dining area, and bathroom. A feature gateway is the main entry point into the property and this brings you into a small courtyard with 2 possible access doors into the lower and upper areas. A large balcony to the south provides space for outdoor eating and entertainment and open views along the coast.
There are two garden areas, one to the side and a small area to the front of the house of approx. 150m2 provide further outdoor space, ideal for gardening enthusiasts. The total plot size of the property estimated at 270m2.
The property retains many traditional features and these will enhance any restoration project. A kamara is presently used for storage below the house, and an old cistern for water storage also exists. Heating in the winter today is provided by wood fires and a very old traditional wood burning central heating system, probably best not used in the future but yet another great feature for the restoration project.
Although no direct road access to the property, the main square of the village and the parking areas are within a 30 mtr short walk. The popular traditional greek villages of Pigi and Platsa are a 2 minute drive away, and also provide facilities such as mini market, taverna's and kafenions.
On completion the project could be a permanent family home, summer vacation property or a very lettable property with possibly at least two separate properties as sources of income. The investment would also likely qualify for a Golden Visa for greek residency, as full funding would be baove Eu 250,000.