On the higher grounds of the village of Tyros, and with wonderful views, lies this two-level detached villa.
The property has a total living space of 149 sq.m. and lies within a plot of 4,253 sq.m. which can be divided into two and leaves enough space to build a second home.
On the ground floor of 51 sq.m. you will find two bedrooms, a bathroom, and a storage room. Through the internal staircase, you go up to the first floor of 98 sq.m., which is the main area of the home. It consists of a comfortable and bright living room, an open kitchen & an open fireplace, two bedrooms, and a bathroom, and all 4 bedrooms are equipped with high-quality built-in closets.
There are 3 main entrance doors – one on the ground floor and two on the first floor. The house has been built following the traditional style of the village, something that is evident in the elements of natural stone that are used as flooring inside and outside. The building is also partially built out of natural stone. The open wooden roof is also constructed in the traditional style. The first floor furthermore provides a beautiful terrace with a breathtaking and unobstructed view over Tyros and the Laconian Gulf up to Spetses and Porto Heli.
The outdoor area offers a picturesque BBQ area and a pool (including a shower) with a stunning view over the village. The access to the property is through a rural, asphalt road. Around the property, there is a beautifully landscaped garden with pavings and trees and you`ll also find enough olive trees to even create your own olive oil. The surroundings of the home are lush and green and there is a closed parking space and one outside parking.
The house is equipped with aluminum window frames with double glazing, mosquito screens, an open fireplace, and a central, electric heating & cooling system.
Tyros is a tourist and old naval town in Arcadia, Peloponnese, and is considered a traditional settlement. The city of Nafplion, one of the most beautiful towns in eastern Peloponnese as well as one of the most romantic cities all over Greece, is only an hour’s drive away. Nafplio was also the first capital of the newly born Greek state.