1,840.63 sq ft(171 sq m)
Asking price €450,000

Charming house built with the traditional architecture of PelionTsangarada, Pelion, Thessaly


    Key features

    • 2,216 sqm private plot full of trees
    • 171 sqm house in total
    • 3 bedrooms 3 bathrooms
    • Sea and Mountain views
    • Close to the seashore

    This house offers comfort and peace of mind to you who really want to relax and enjoy your holiday.

    About this property

    • In Mouresi, in the area of Pelion, Greece, on the Aegean side, is set this beautiful estate of 2,216 sqm, full of chestnut trees, fruit trees, hydrangeas and camellias. A stone and wooden three-storey house built according to the traditional architecture of Pelion. The independent ground floor of 54sqm could be used as a guest house, with a living room with fireplace (with two built-in sofas that can be used as beds) a kitchen, a bedroom with a double bed, a bathroom and a small storage room. The two upper floors of 117sqm, which constitute a single independent residence has two bedrooms with three beds (one king size and two semi double) and a bathroom on the lower floor and a large living room with a fireplace, with a kitchen, a balcony and a smaller bathroom on the upper floor. In the living room and in the dining room there are three built sofas that can be used as beds. The view to the forest and the Aegean sea is magnificent. From here you can walk paths in the forest between streams with running water and within minutes you can wander through the paved streets of Tsagarada, kayak in beautiful Damouhari and swim in the crystal clear blue waters of Plaka, Papa Nero and Mylopotamos.

    Local information

    • The Pelion Peninsula is situated geographically on the eastern side of Central Greece with a maximum altitude of 1,550 m. Pelion is known as the garden of Greece and the mountain of the Centaurs. On the west side picturesque villages are set between shimmering olive groves, whereas on the east dense forests alternate with lush and carefully created terraced fruit orchards. The many waterways find their ways through waterfalls and gorges to meet the Sea in little bays with sandy beaches. Pelion’s landscapes are ideal for visitors who want to explore its natural beauty on foot. There are many old stone paths and interesting trails which connect the mountain villages with the tiny settlements at the seaside. Pelion is an ideal location for all-year round vacation, as it combines one of the most visited ski-centres in Greece with amazing natural reserves and kilometres of sandy beaches.

    Additional information

    • 40 km from the city of Volos (port, marina, train station)

    • 5.5 km from the nearest beach

    • 17 km from the Hania ski resort

    • 4 hr drive from Athens International Airport (328 km)