2 Bed Village House for sale

Skala, Patmos, Aegean islands, Greece

£215,730

 [€240,000]

Property Details

  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Plot size: 310 m2
  • Habitable space: 130 m2

Features

  • 2 Bedrooms
  • 2 Kitchens
  • 2 Receptions
  • Small garden
  • Peaceful neighbourhood
  • Walking distance to village market
  • View to the port

Full Description

For sale in the Greek island of Patmos - the "island of the Apocalypse" - a beautiful traditional property comprised of two adjoining, independent stonebuilt houses. The property is situated in a serene neighbourhood in the upper part of Skala, the small but busy capital of Patmos.


• A traditional village property comprised of two adjoining but independent stonebuilt houses originally constructed in 1890.
• Situated in the serene upper part of Skala, the capital and port village of the island.
• Situated within a short (3 minutes) walking distance from the main road leading to Chora, and the pebbled walkway leading to the Monastery of the Apocalypse.
• Each house is approximately 65 square metres, situated in a plot of land of 310 square metres total.
• Stonebuilt ovens and beds, traditional rooftop rafters, working cistern inside one of the houses, large verandas, view to the port, small garden.
• Walls, ceilings and exterior were recently fully renovated; minor repairs may be required inside, according to taste.
• The two houses are also available for sale separately (price: 140,000 and 100,000 Euros respectively).
• To be included, specific pieces of traditional village furniture such as wooden sofa, wooden drawer, dining table and coffee tables.
• The property is an interesting and original example of traditional Aegean architecture. Stone walls render the house pleasantly cool in the summer months.
• Thanks to its location and its form, the property would also make an inviting café / art space / artist's studio etc.
• Patmos is famous for being the location of both the vision of and the writing of the Christian Bible's Book of Revelation. It has been included in the catalogue “Monuments of World Heritage of UNESCO” since 1999, because of the historical centres of the island (Chora), the Monastery of St.John and the Sacred Cave of the Apocalypse. It is a small but picturesque island with strong cultural significance, beautiful beaches, and a low-key but refined, elegant nightlife. In 2009, Forbes magazine voted Patmos as "the most idyllic place to live in Europe".
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