Traditional Stone Villa
A charming and traditionally built villa with a large garden, that is currently used as a tavern, can become yours.
In 2007, the owner decided to showcase his family’s traditional house and the rich gastronomic tradition of the area through the creation of an innovative new business. He renovated the property and converted it into a picturesque tavern with traditional flavours based on local recipes, honouring the traditions and the customs of the place.
The upper floor is measuring 118.67 sqm and consists of an open plan living area with wooden windows and a fireplace, a spacious professional kitchen and 2 toilets. The living room leads to a spacious veranda which gets access to the paved yard via an external staircase. From the covered veranda and the wooden balcony, you can enjoy the view of the village and magnificent uninterrupted sea views.
The ground floor is divided into three parts; an open plan living room with an impressive wooden ceiling and the traditional fireplace, measuring 81.37 sqm. This area communicates with the upper floor via an internal staircase. Then there is an independent studio of 40,75 sqm, consisting of an open plan area with a bathroom, and lastly a storage room of 17,76 sqm.
The borders of the property are specified with stone-built walls. The yard is paved and planted with flowers and a few marvellous, old and wild trees. The unpaved part of the yard can serve as a vegetable garden.
The property was built and renovated in the traditional way with extended usage of wood and local natural stones.
Mesochori is a quiet and peaceful traditional village that is not touched by tourism.
Pylos is a 7-minute drive away, where you can find an extensive marina, and a good range of shops, restaurants, cafes, and banks, around a lovely central square, shaded by ancient plane (platanos) trees. A small hospital/health centre provides prompt emergency service.
- Updated On:
- April 18, 2022
- 1 Bedroom
- 1 Bathroom
- F Class
- 268 m2 Size
- Year Built: 2007