Savills | Residence with beautiful views in Kefalonia, Makriotika, Kefalonia, Ionian Islands | Properties for sale
1,636.12 sq ft(152 sq m)
Asking price €320,000(1,308,812 AED)

Residence with beautiful views in KefaloniaMakriotika, Kefalonia, Ionian Islands

    Key features

    • 152 sqm of built areas
    • 475 sqm landscaped land plot
    • Possibility of an extra building of 88 sqm
    • Panoramic landscape and sea views
    • Big garden

    A property in Kefalonia island located in an excellent position, providing beautiful panoramic views

    About this property

    • This modern house of 152 sqm surface within a 476 sqm land plot, is located in Makriotika, a traditional village overlooking the picturesque harbor of Agia Efimia and close to the famous beach of Myrtos.

      It lies in three levels, with one apartment per floor. Each apartments consists of an open space living room/kitchen area, one bedroom and one bathroom, and all apartments provide panoramic landscape and sea views.

      The property provides water solar system, air-conditioning system, storage spaces, a 26 sqm pavilion as well as many verandas with unobstructed views.

      There is also a big garden with a selection of trees and two parking spaces within the land plot.

      An extra 88 sqm can be built.

      Partial selling is also in discussion.

    Local information

    • The biggest of the Greek Ionian Islands, Kefalonia offers Tree-studded hills stand guard over sprawling vineyards, and honey-hued sands are kissed by turquoise waters. Sami promise harbour front dinners, island walking trails and a beautiful beach. Sami sits in a horseshoe-shaped bay on the east coast of Kefalonia. It’s got a bright white pebbled beach and pine tree panoramas. The harbour bobs with traditional fishing boats. In fact, the town’s so beautiful it was chosen as the main filming location in the movie Captain Corelli’s Mandolin.

    • As Kefalonia’s second biggest port, Sami’s often busy with boats. Sail out to the island of Ithaca, said to be the home of Greek god, Odysseus. It rains a lot here in the winter, which means thriving wildlife and some super-green scenery. As such, it’s got a sterling reputation for its walking trails which criss-cross the landscape.

    Additional information

    • 26 km from Argostoli town

    • 4 km from beach

    • 33 km from Kefalonia’s airport