- Detached House
- Bedrooms: 4
- Bathrooms: 3
- Reception rooms: 1
- Property size: 204 sqm
- Land size: 1078 sqm
- Year built: 1980
Peaceful location with splendid sea views
Spacious accommodation, ideal for families or couples
Off the main international tourist track
Easily accessed from Athens and its airport
Excellent range of good value cafes,bars and tavernas
Well served by good beaches close to the town
Ideal for exploring the local region
Private and relaxing
The property is a two level holiday villa in the village of Myloi overlooking the port town of Karystos on the island of Evia.
It comprises 4 double bedrooms and 2 bathrooms on the lower level, whilst on the upper level there is a large lounge/diner, kitchen, third bathroom and a sizeable veranda with splendid sea views.
The terraced garden has mature trees and bushes providing shade and privacy. There is also a separate store/garage and a pergola area with further views of the sea and the port town below.
The property is offered with the usual range of appliances and furniture, ready for immediate occupation.
Evia is the second largest island in Greece, and is reasonably close to the mainland east of Athens. It is readily accessible from Athens and its airport, either by road via a bridge to the north of the island or by car ferries from the mainland, providing convenient access to the south of the island, where Karystos is the main town.
Myloi, where the villa is situated, is a small, hillside village with a church, 3 country tavernas and several houses, mainly occupied by locals, many of whom are smallholder farmers.
This adds to the charm of the location offering a peaceful escape from city life.
Karystos, with its beaches, shops and an excellent selection of cafes, bars and tavernas is about 10 minutes away by car. It is a "working" port town, with the main activities being fishing, agriculture and quarrying of famous Karystos stone. Tourism is mainly from Athens and the Greek mainland. The relatively few international tourists, are usually from visiting yachts and from walking groups, exploring the many interesting hillside and mountain trails in the area. As a result, the area offers a flavour of the "real" Greece.