This quaint traditional villa is a listed building which covers a total area of 340 sq.m. and sits on a plot of 1,027 sq.m. It was built in 1873 and has a coat of arms adorning the characteristic doors of it's time.
Each floor of this two storey property covers 170.26 sq.m. the ground floor features a linen store, but it has also in part been fitted as a guesthouse that is to this day habitable and has a lounge, kitchen, bathroom, 1 bedroom and an interior wooden staircase leading to the upstairs rooms.
The first floor comprises of an entrance hall, kitchen, bathroom, and 7 bedrooms, of which two are habitable.
The rooms are separated by wooden partitions edged with colourfully designed coving around the ceiling. The walls of this building are also beautifully adorned with horizontal designs well worth preserving and some of the windows open up onto beautiful stone balconies overlooking paved outdoor staircases and the courtyard of stone which has two sternas and many trees.
The villa has endless views from all rooms which take in the sea and the surrounding area.
In the immediate area there are several restored villas of this kind which revive the culture of Kefalonia.
It is 10 minutes from the beaches of Ammes, Ai Helis and the airport.
The opportunity to acquire such a property is truly unique and can become a reality for those with a desire for restoring and preserving the historic culture of Kefalonia.