Historic residence for sale in the heart of Santorini. ID S4-1262 - Ktimatoemporiki

Historic residence for sale in the heart of Santorini. ID S4-1262

Thera 847 00, Greece

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  • Swimming Pool

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Historic residence for sale in the heart of Santorini. Situated in a tranquil and traditional village of Santorini and dated back to 1830s, this emblematic residence of 485m² consists of four (4) bedrooms, three (3) bathrooms and an impressive courtyard with swimming pool and outdoor spaces. It offers spectacular views over the village and the 13th century fortress of “Casteli” at the top of the village.

Surrounded by a stone-built wall offering seclusion and serenity, the villa has been renovated to the highest standards and fine materials.

It comprises three apartments with one bedroom and a bathroom, and can accommodate up to 9 persons.

Entering the main residence, there is a huge living room with stone details leading to a palatial-like bedroom with a queen-size bed.

There is also a unique spacious domed shower and separate bathroom.

It features dramatic 5m (15ft) high-domed ceilings, which was used for wine making and wine storing since the 19th century.

The second apartment consists of a master bedroom with a queen-size bed, a second bedroom with full-size bunk beds, a living room and private bathroom with shower.

There is a sofa-bed in the living room, which can accommodate one more person.

The third apartment consists of a bedroom with a queen-size bed and a private bathroom with shower.

There is also a lounge area which features a sofa bed that can accommodate one more person.

The outdoor spaces are a truly haven of rest.

There is an impressive and ample courtyard, located in front of the main residence featuring multiple seating areas, a dining table for 10 persons and an amazing pool with a waterfall.

There is also a full-fitted and full-equipped outdoor kitchen and an indoor dining table for 10 persons, ideal for enjoying al-fresco meals with friends and family.

The village where the villa is located features traditional alleys set in a labyrinth so as to confuse pirates or conquerors and maintains a picturesque quality filled with white-washed houses and churches.

You can find all services and amenities that you may need, such as supermarket, pharmacy and plenty of restaurants and cafes.

The famous black sand beaches of Perissa and Perivolos is in a close distance where you can enjoy the sun, the best this land can offer you and to cool by a refreshing dive during the hot summer days.

The archaeological site of Akrotiri is 20 minutes away, giving you a spectacular insight into a lost civilization that thrived on Santorini more than 3.500 years ago.

Imagine walking down streets of an ancient city, between two and three-story buildings that were inhabited as far back as 1.500 BC.

There is a regular bus service from and to Fira, the capital of Santorini, and to and from Perissa. The nearest bus stop is only 300m away.

The airport of Santorini is a 20 minutes’ drive away, while the port of Athinios is 15 minutes’ away.

Located in an excellent location, this historical residence can provide you a peaceful alcove from where you can explore all that Santorini has to offer.

 



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The island of Santorini is probably the most intriguing island of Greece.

Simply its name is more than enough to unfold in mind stunning sunsets and scenery, white, red and black sand beaches, impresive traditional houses, balconies with vew to the Volcano and and lively night life.

All the above, allong with the remains of the antiquity and the myth of the Lost Atlantis justify the words which the tourists determine this wonderful island.

The active volcano of Santorini erupted in the 50’s and ruined many towns of the island. Santorini is also called Thira and its capital is the town of Fira.

It is a very touristy island and therefore rather expensive.

The locals live mainly off agriculture and tourism.

The islands largest export product is soil; 2.000.000 tons a year are used all over the world, mainly to make concrete.

The Suez channel was built with this concrete for example.

Most holidaymakers stay where the beaches are, Kamari and Perissa, but these places really do not represent the island’s amazing distinctiveness.

If you can, you should try to stay in Fira, Imerovigli or Oia, the towns on the cliffs, which are very beautiful and full of little cafes, shops and places of interest.

There is a bus that goes to the beaches everyday, and it is much better to be in the towns in the evening and on the beaches during the day.

If you stay in Monolithos you will have more peace and quiet.

Approaching the island by boat the immediate impression obtained is this is a Greek island unlike any other.

The island of Santorini was formed out of the lava from the volcanic eruption in 1660 BC.

The central part of the volcano sank into the sea leading to the emergence of Santorini itself and the tiny neighbouring islands of Thirasia, Palaia and Nea Kameni close by.

Today, Santorini is the only inhabited Caldera (volcano cauldron) in the world. Unlike other islands in Greece, the towns and villages sit densely on top of the massive cliffs of the Caldera and from a distance appear like snow capping the towering mountain tops.

The coloured strata of the volcanic rock of these cliffs are spectacular in themselves: chocolate brown, rust red, yellow ochre, white and cream.

The geological uniqueness however is not the only thing that makes Santorini a special holiday destination.

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