Neoclassical house in a beautiful unspoiled island
This neoclassical property, consisting of 369 sqm internal space on 3 levels as well as a spacious porch and two balconies, is conveniently situated in the central Platanos square, granting quick access to shops, restaurants, cafes and supermarkets, all within a five-minute walk from the house. It also features two balconies with beautiful views of the Agia Marina bay, as well as numerous windows offering panoramic views of the island. The main entrance to the house lies between two fully independent guest spaces, one of which is fully equipped to accommodate guests with a bathroom and even a sitting area. Entering the house, one is welcomed by a foyer with a classic wooden staircase concealing a storage space, which leads to the first floor. This floor contains a large bedroom with an ensuite bathroom, an informal sitting area, the dining room and the kitchen. All these rooms are connected by a hall space which leads out to the first balcony, giving an open space feel without sacrificing the privacy of each room. Also, the kitchen is rather isolated from the living spaces on this floor, accessible through the dining room as well as two separate entrances from outside. One of these entrances is through the 35 sqm porch, which also contains a laundry room and another space which can be converted to a guest bathroom. The staircase continues up to the second floor, which contains the master suite with an en-suite bathroom, a very large living room with the second balcony and a marble fireplace, and a walk-in closet. All the windows of the house have been completely restored to their initial condition, and the same is true for the hardwood floors, which were actually part of a ship from the 1800’s. This property can comfortably accommodate up to 8 people as is, with potential to increase its capacity by utilizing some of the unused space. Panteli beach, Vromolithos and Agia Marina are all a 10-minute walk from the house, meaning that access to the beach is both easy and quick.
Leros is an island in South Aegean and belongs to the prefecture of Dodecanese. It is located between the islands of Patmos and Lipsi in the North and Kalymnos in the South. Leros is a family island with relaxing beaches and picturesque villages. Lovely seaside villages and cozy beaches are found on the island, with Agia Marina, Alinda and Lakki being the most tourist places. As the sea around Leros is rich in reefs, small islets and old shipwrecks, scuba diving is gradually developing on the island over the last years. Many local festivals are organized in summer months, attracting many visitors.
Walking distance from two beaches
8 hours by boat from Piraeus port
50 mins flight from Athens International Airport