This house for sale at Melana is perched in the hills of
the Peloponnese above Tyros. The superb, craftsman built 5 bedroom stone house
has been fully renovated and retains many of the original attractive stone
features. It also enjoys commanding sea and mountain views.
This imposing mansion was built in 1916 by the famous craftsman Haralambos,
as his own residence. The first and second floors were renovated and restored
in 2002-2003 and renovation of the
ground floor was completed in 2007. The unique character and features of the
house were retained throughout.
The house is built on the highest point in the
neighborhood on a plot of over 610 sqm with panoramic views of the village of
Levadi, the Argolida peninsular and the gulf of Myrtoo. The total living area
is 303 sqm spread over three levels, with a landscaped entrance at each level.
The accommodation is as
Ground floor; Independent apartment
with living room, kitchen, two bedrooms and bathroom.
First Floor; Large living room, bedroom, bathroom,
kitchenette and internal staircase to the second floor.
Floor; Living room, dining room, 2 bedrooms,
kitchen, bathroom and a covered terrace with panoramic views.
The property has the benefit of;
- Central Heating
- Open Fireplace
- Wood Burning Stove
- Air conditionin on the Upper Fllor
- Insect Screens
- Parking for 2 Vehciles
- Beamed CeilingsVaulted ceilings on the
Melani is a small traditional
village which enjoys superb views over the bay of Livadi. The nearest beach at
Kissaka is 2kms away. The nearest shopping facilities, including a bakery,
taverna, mini market, chemist and medical facilities are all within a 10 minute
drive At Tyros and at Lenidion. A bakers van visits the village daily.
The seaside resort of Tyros
lies almost opposite the island of Spetses and is a 2 hour drive from
The Peloponnese is one of
the last unspoilt regions of Europe. The mountain and coastal scenery is in
many places breathtaking. The region is dotted with small villages where
life goes on unchanged. . Here is an area of Greece which has remained
typically Greek , unspoiled by mass package tourism