This Driopi holiday cottage was built in about 1900, towards the top of the village. It has been renovated on a regular basis since then, the last being in 1984. Traditional features of the property have been retained. The cottage now provides 110 sm of accomodation as follows;
Ground Floor 50sm;
Open staircase to first floor
First Floor 50sm
Possible other uses including second bedroom
FEATURES OF DRIOPI HOLIDAY COTTAGE
Balconies to 3 sides at first floor level
Sea & mountain views
20 sm warehouse
Small garden with pomegranate, lemon and orange trees and one almond
Approach by asphalt road
All furnishings included in sale price
Driopi holiday cottage makes a wonderful holiday home for the owner. Now it has the added opportunity of becoming an investment in the holiday rental market.
Driopi is a picturesque mountain village. Its narrow streets tumble down the hillside towards the sea which is a 10 minute drive away. The village is 15 minutes from Epidavros and its world famous theatre constructed in 4,000 BC with seating for up to 14,000. The theatre still hosts annual performances every summer from some of the worlds most renowned theatre companies.
The Peloponnese is a mountainous area with stunning landscapes and coastal scenery. One of the few last remaining wildernesses of Europe, it overlooks the islands of the Saronic Gulf. The Peloponnese is dotted with small mountain villages, which seem to cling precariously to the hillsides. The narrow streets are built one donkey wide. Here tradition is still part of everyday life.
With new motorways from Athens airport and from Patras access to the Peloponnese has been greatly improved over the last few years. The islands of the Saronic Gulf, Poros and Methana can now be reached within a 2 hour drive of the airport. Travelling time for European tourists driving to the Peloponnese from the ferry terminal at Patras has similarly been shortened by the new motorway to Corinth.
- Mountain Views
- Sea View
- Traditional Ceilings