Large modern house for same in a quiet location, near a traditional village of Litsarda. This lovely 211 sq.m house was build in 2006 and developed into 4 levels .
Ground floor consists of a large, hight ceiling living room, an open plan fully equipped kitchen with a separate storage – laundry room and a guest WC with an over the ceiling storage space.
Wooden internal staircase leads to the second level where are situated an office room that can be easily transformed into a bedroom with an access to a private balcony overlooking the grounds and the white mountains. There is also a double bedroom with an en-suit shower room that has its private access from the ground floor.
The third level of the house consists of two double bedrooms one with a en-suit shower room and fitted floor to ceiling wardrobes and the master bedroom with an en-suited bathroom fitted with a full tub and a good-sized walk in closet . All of the bedrooms have access to balconies with panoramic sea and mountain view.
The underground level is accessed through a wooden stairs situated at the main entrance to the house , there you will find a large floor to ceiling cupboard extending through the hole wall of the corridor that leads to the private garage of 50 sq.m suitable for one car but with plenty of extra storage space.
Outside a large land of 4.500 sq.m is mainly landscaped with automatic irrigation system and offers large sun terraces surrounding the house. The grounds offer plenty of space to place a large swimming pool and offer plenty open parking space. Also a significant detail is an old ”MITATO” or “Koumos” a traditional stone made shepherds shelter also used for making and preserving the local cheese.
Other details :
House size: 211 SQ.M
Land size: 4.500 SQ.M
Bathrooms : 3 + 1 WC
Garage : 50 sq.m
Year build: 2006
Central heating : underfloor heating system
Solar panels (water heating)
Aluminum windows with mosquito screens
Automated gate at the entrance
Automated irrigation system for the garden
Garden detail : traditional shepherds shelter made out of stone “mitato”