Traditional stone residence of 120m2 in Aigina
- $ 301 028
- House For Sale
- Bedrooms 3
- Bathrooms 3
- Floor area 120 sq m
- Lot size 240 sq m
The residence of 120m2 is situated in Aigina in the Argosaronic Gulf. It is a construction of excellent architecture since it was constructed 150 years ago and renovated/repaired in 1991 on the basis of the initial designs, following the traditional architecture, taking into consideration the preservation/enhancement of its particular style, in a plot of land of 240m2.
The internal layout is developed in small level, the main characteristic of the Aeginian traditional residence, while the combination of stone and wood, its main construction materials, is very impressive.
It comprises of 3 bedrooms (1 of them a master), lounge with fireplace, kitchen/dining room with a second fireplace and 3 bathrooms.
In the surrounding area, there are 2 independent courtyards with pergola, traditional/old stone oven, while on the perimeter of the plot of land there is a stone fence, a special characteristic of the whole area.
It also has storage and parking space.
It is situated at a distance of 8km from the food market and 10km from the beach. The bus stop is at 10km, the city and the port at 7km. Air flights are serviced by the airport “Eleftherios Venizelos” which is at 88km, with the possibility of being accessed in approximately 2 hours’ time.
- Listing status: Active
- Available from: Jul 29, 2014
- Listing #: 6926
Latitude / Longitude: 37.746670 / 23.427500
|Nearest airport||Airport||88 km|
|Nearest beach||Beach||10 km|
|Nearest ferry port||Port||7 km|
|Nearest public transport||Bus stop||10 km|
|Nearest restaurant||Food market||8 km|
It is situated at the center of the Saronic Gulf, attracting many tourists, with beautiful beaches and a natural environment full of pine forests.
The beauty of the island is unquestionable, and the past few decades it is preferred by many artists, Greek and foreign literary figures.
Aside from its natural beauty, Aigina has many historical and archeological sites. Among them, the temple of Afaia devoted to the goddess Athena, is one of the most well-preserved temples in Ancient Greece, the Archeological Museum, the pre-historic area of Kolona, as well as the religious sites like the monastery of Agios Nektarios, the largest in the Balkans. The cultural sites include the Pirgos of Markellos, which operates as an exhibit space.
Rich in histoty, the city of Aigina, which has been capital of Greece in the past, has a special architecture, with neoclassic houses, narrow alleys with shops, tavernas, bars, cafés and accommodations of any type.
In the island, there is the Center for the Protection of Wildlife which hosts and treats rare species of Greek fauna.
Pahia Rahi is a traditional area built in the foothills of Mountain Ellanio, on a slope that overlooks the sea, the city of Aigina and the surrounding islands.
A peaceful village, a vibrant folk museum, with picturesque alleys, restored stone mansions, that preserve the particular architectural traits and the aesthetics, away from the modern civilization and the noise of the city.