Savills | Spacious stone built villa close to Sparta, Sparti, Peloponnese | Properties for sale
2,551.05 sq ft(237 sq m)
Asking price €360,000(£326,890)

Spacious stone built villa close to SpartaSparti, Peloponnese

    Key features

    • 237 sqm built areas
    • Land plot of 1,400 sqm
    • 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
    • Uninterrupted mountains views
    • Full equipped

    Stone villa with traditional style and great mountain views in a quiet location.

    About this property

    • In Anogia village, a spacious Stone Villa which was completed in June 2012 to a very high standard and is constructed on two independent levels (ground & 1st floor) with total area of 237 sqm for sale (Furnished or Un Furnished).

      The surroundings are harmonious with magnificent independent plot of 1,400 sqm with Mediterranean trees, plants and herbs (olive trees, orange trees, pomegranates, walnut trees etc). The ground floor (130sqm) and main entrance consists of a living room with an energy fireplace inside an arch and a big kitchen. Two spacious bedrooms with large fitted wardrobes and two bathrooms.

      Large Storage Room (10sqm) in ground floor, which includes a very large wardrobe, laundry, and home appliances. The first floor (97sqm) has two bedrooms, large living room with an energy fireplace, kitchen and one bathroom. The whole house is made of natural stones. You can enjoy your meals overlooking the beautiful view at the upper outside terrace which is covered all around.

      The Villa also has two fully equipped kitchens, autonomous heating with oil, high quality aluminium frames with double glazed windows and shutters. The central exterior entrance has a large automatic iron door and the whole plot is bounded by a stone fence. The Villa is in excellent condition and is sold along with all the heavy furniture as well as all the built in electrical items. Open parking for at least six cars.

    Local information

    • Sparta was a warrior society in ancient Greece that reached the height of its power after defeating rival city-state Athens in the Peloponnesian War (431-404 B.C.). Spartan culture was centered on loyalty to the state and military service. At age 7, Spartan boys entered a rigorous state-sponsored education, military training and socialization program. Known as the Agoge, the system emphasized duty, discipline and endurance. Although Spartan women were not active in the military, they were educated and enjoyed more status and freedom than other Greek women. Because Spartan men were professional soldiers, all manual labor was done by a slave class, the Helots. Despite their military prowess, the Spartans’ dominance was short-lived: In 371 B.C., they were defeated by Thebes at the Battle of Leuctra, and their empire went into a long period of decline.

    • The word “spartan” means self-restrained, simple, frugal and austere. The word laconic, which means pithy and concise, is derived from the Spartans, who prized brevity of speech. Mystras - a special destination. The perfect combination of natural beauty and cultural tradition. The Byzantine castle enchants every visitor. Walking through the narrow cobblestone streets makes people feel like the glorious world of the Middle Ages comes to life. The Frankish castle of the 13th century dominates the plain of Sparta.

    • Rightly recognized as a world cultural heritage site by UNESCO.

    Additional information

    • Anogia village

    • 6 km from Sparta

    • 30 km from the nearest beach (Gythio)

    • 213 km from Athens