Unique beach-front property, Kastellakia bay, Kea, Cyclades Islands | Property for sale | Savills
176 sq m
Asking price €1,150,000

Unique beach-front propertyKastellakia bay, Kea, Cyclades Islands

    Key features

    • 176 sqm house on a plot of 4,027 sqm
    • 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
    • Easy access to private beach
    • Uninterrupted, spectacular views
    • Traditional style villa
    • Great rental income potential

    A very rare and unique beach-front property with a luxurious stone-built villa and its own 4,750 beachfront terrain on nearly private beach on the easily acc

    About this property

    • This seaside year-round home offers immediate accessibility from Athens, high standards of living and enjoyment of the outdoors and indoors year-round, built to high technical standards & materials to provide comfort, withstand extreme weather conditions (salt, wind, sun, rain) in the depth of time, minimize maintenance and operational cost and respect the surrounding environment and local ecology. The great advantages of this property is its amazing proximity to the beach, sense of really being close to the water (sounds, smell), tranquillity, autonomy amazing sea views and solid, issue-free construction and a brand name property on the rental market for several years with significant returns. The Villa sits on its own terrain of 4,750 sq meters on the north-west side of the Kastellakia Bay, some 12 meters above sea level, facing south-west into the sunset and well sheltered from the NE meltemi winds. At the upper level with total living space of 96 sqm, there is a living room with a fireplace, an open-plan kitchen, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (one en-suite). The house features ample shaded front and back terraces with pergolas & reed and a staircase to the roof for dreamy views. At the garden level there is an independent apartment of 79 sqm with 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, a living room & a full kitchen with sweeping sea view. A fully grown garden (olives, succulents, trees, shrubs) surrounds the villa.

    Local information

    • The island of Kea, or Tzia as it is also called, is a verdant island, with forests of Royal Oak, many herbs and other rare plants. It is also a natural habitat for many species of reptiles and birds. Due to the variety of flora and fauna a large part of the island is included in the NATURA 2000 protection network. The capital of the island, the village of Ioylida, has a long and interesting history, starting even at pre-historic years. Kea has exceptional beaches and one of the best system of walking paths and trails of any Greek island. Kea is a hiker's paradise with numbered routes that take you through a variety of landscapes to remote coves and the ruins of ancient cities. Kea is an island that gets popular in summer weekends as a getaway for Athenians but it remains calm during the week. Some beaches in Kea are organized with tourist facilities, such as Gialiskari, Koundouros and Korissia. The rest of Kea beaches are small and secluded, ideal to enjoy privacy and isolation.

    Additional information

    • - 2 hours boat ride from the Port of Piraeus

    • - 1 hour boat ride from Lavrio

    • - 24 km from the port of Korissia

    • - 13 km from the main village Ioylida

    • - 3 km from the touristic village of Koundouros

    • - 60 m from the nearest beach