EVIA KOSKINA LAND AND DERELICT OUTBUILDINGS
REDUCED TO 28,000 Euro
Evia Koskina land and derelict outbuildings for sale, comprising a plot of 661 sm. and a number of derelict farm buildings which are ideal for rebuilding. The property is in a quiet, location, overlooking the nature reserve at Lake Distos. The derelict buildings of 143s.m. and the land formerly comprised a farm with outbuildings
Being located towards the top of the village, the property commands views across the valley to the neighbouring hills and to Lake Distos.
The farmhouse itself consisted of 3 large rooms, whilst the lower outbuildings once comprised the wine press with a storeroom and cellar.
Water and electricity are already available on the land but may not be connected.
Situated in south central Evia, Koskina is close to the wild bird sanctuary at Lake Distos and is some 30 minutes from the small resort of Styra where the ferries arrive from Agia Marina on the mainland. Koskina has two beautiful small bays which are quiet even in the height of summer and which are ideal for swimming and snorkelling.
Koskina is a traditional rural Greek village where life centres around the village square. It has two tavernas, a cafe and a small supermarket. The nearby town of Aliveri has all main facilities including supermarkets, banks, chemists and medical services.
Koskina is a quiet and peaceful location where often the only sounds to be heard are the braying of a donkey and the bells of the goats. It is an ideal location either for a holiday home or a permanent residence.
Evia is the second largest of the Greek islands and is one of the few, which has the benefit of being without an airport so that it has not suffered the depredations of package tourism. Despite the lack of an airport it is easily accessible throughout the year, with regular daily ferry services from the mainland to Styra. Athens international airport is only a 45 minute drive to the ferry terminal at Agia Marina and the crossing to Styra takes a further 45 minutes.
Evia is also connected to the mainland by a road bridge at Halkida.