LIVADIA APARTMENT FOR RENOVATION
Livadia apartment for renovation in the heartland of Central Greece. This large first floor apartment in the picturesque village of Livadia and with a balcony overlooking the river Erkina, is not only large with an area of 145 sm. but at 4.8m. it is also high.This provides the opportunity to increase the space either by adding a mezzanine floor or even a whole new floor to create an apartment complex, subject to building regulations and expert advice from an engineer.
At present the apartment, which was built in 1920 and partly renovated in 1988, provides the following accommodation;
- Large open plan lounge and dining areas plus the following rooms created by partial partitioning.
- 2 bedrooms
- 2 bathrooms
- Heating stove
- Staircase from private ground floor entrance
- Patio overlooking park and river
The front of the apartment overlooks a narrow pedestrianised village street with shops whilst to the rear is a wooden bridge across the river on the far side of which is a small park. This Livadia apartment for renovation is in the heart of a major tourist area with numerous and varied attractions.
The apartment has the benefit of;
- Mountain views
- River views
is a small town renowned for its picturesque centre through which flows the river Erkina, criss crossed by ancient wooden bridges, its shady tree lined banks home to some of the best known tavernas in Greece and with a series of cascading waterfalls adding to the scenic beaut and complimented by the old wooden waterwheel, almost hidden under the overhanging trees, a place of magic for the young at heart of all ages. Nearby attractions include Delphi believed to be the centre of the ancient world, Parnassos National Park with its three peaks each exceeding 2,300m. ideal for hiking, mountain biking, horse riding and observing a Golden Eagle at home in its own protected environment.
Central Greece is one of the most mountainous regions of Greece, lying in the heart of the mainland and stretching from the ski slopes of Parnassos and the Gulf of Corinth in the west, to the Gulf of Evia and the mountains of Pelion in the east. The whole region, is easily accessible being only 90 kms from Athens and is dotted with picturesque mountain villages such as Livadia and Arachova.