The property is a 10,000 sqm plot with forest land, olive groves and gardens, including a partly ruined, due to earthquake, 14th century Byzantine church, a
The property is located on the outskirts of the state-protected traditional 18th century village of Pitsinades/Aroniadika, on a hill facing the sea and the coast of the Mani peninsula to the west - with spectacular sunsets all year round. The house was designed and meticulously furnished in traditional Greek style, including antique furniture and local handcraft. Most courtyards are decorated with traditional black and white pebble mosaics from Rhodes. The property includes a 5 x 8 m swimming pool surrounded by a sunny patio, many planted areas and garage space for two cars.
The house is an expansive villa of c.600 sqm, accommodating up to 12 people, as it disposes of 6 bedrooms, 4 of which have en-suite bathrooms. The common areas of the house include spacious living areas with 3 open fire places, an open plan kitchen and dining area, reception areas and many places and corners to relax or study. In the underground level of the property we find a space used as a gym, a second kitchen, a storage space, the boiler room and the garage. The house also disposes of a central and floor heating system.
The island of Kythira is a unique island in many respects. It has many aspects and "hidden" beauties. The picturesque villages, sandy beaches, museums, monuments and attractions, the caves and castles are some of the many reasons that Kythira has an expanding tourism industry and many loyal visitors year after year. The property is suitably located outside the small traditional village of Pitsinades, near the village Aroniadika, in Kythira. The island is serviced daily by domestic flights from the Athens International Airport. There is also ferry service from the ports of Piraeus in Attica and Gythio and Neapoli in Lakonia.
1.5 km from the village of Aroniadika