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Kranidi, Kounoupi, Detached house, 400 sq.m., on plot 4000 sq.m., floor: Ground floor, 2 level(s), 5 bedroom(s), (4 Master), 4 bathroom(s), 2 WC, 1 kitchen(s), 5 parking, view: Sea view, year of construction: 2003, property status: Amazing, heating: Autonomous Petrol, floors: Wooden floors + Tiles, doors: Aluminum, features: Storage room, AirConditioning, Security door, Swimming pool, Security alarm, Balconies, Inner stairs, Stadium, Grass, Automatic Watering, Trees, Back yard (Garden), CCTV, BBQ, Satellite TV, Playroom, Double Glazed Windows, Boiler. IRG PRO INVESTMENT & RESIDENCY, 59 SKOUFA Str. - KOLONAKI, TEL. 211 4087141 – 6936844555, www.irgpro.com
Built: 2002-‐2003 - Land: 4000 m2 - House: 400 m2 - Swimming Pool: 15 m Χ 6m - Tennis Court: Carpet with Sand Covered - Parking for 5 cars - Water
Tanks - Capacity: 320 m3 - 2 Large Storage Rooms - Ground floor: Master Bedroom, Living Room, Dining Room, Guest Bathroom, and Kitchen - First Floor: 2 Guest Bedrooms with Bathroom each - Lower Floor: 2 Guest Bedrooms with Bathroom each, Playroom, Laundry Room, Living Quarters for Staff, Sauna, Changing Room, Guest Shower, Guest WC - Extras: Desalina on (17 m3 per day), Alarm, Air condiτoning with individual access in every room, Heating (radiators), Automatic WateringSystem (Garden), Satellite, Dish Dishwasher, Washing Machine, Dryer, 2 Refrigerators, Big Oven (90 cm wide), Microwave, Sauna, Jacuzzi in Master Bedroom (bathroom tub).
Porto Heli (Portoheli, Porto Cheli, Location: 37.325°N 23.142°E) is a picturesque village on the Peloponnese next to the two famous Greek islands of Spetses and Hydra. The area is called the Cote d' Azure of Greece. Many VIP's, politicians, shipping tycoons, celebrities and members of European royal families visit the area during the summer holidays. Crystal turquoise waters, calm, discrete, perfect weather conditions, light breezes during summer time, plenty of beaches and bays, lots of historical sites, cosmopolitan life - a yachting paradise.
Porto Heli offers excellent and safe anchorage for yachts and is within 2.5 hours driving distance from Athens (about 195 km). It has frequent high-speed services from Athens/Piraeus (hydrofoil and catamaran, takes 2.5 hours) and you can book the ferry tickets to Porto Heli or Ermioni online at http://www.hellenicseaways.gr/. The area of Porto Heli is one of the most upmarket second-home residential areas in Greece. Nearby villages and property areas are Hinitsa, Kosta, Agios Emilianos, Petrothalassa, Ververonda, Ermioni, Kranidi, Kilada, Lakkes, Doroufi, Fourni, Didima, Plepi and Porto Hydra. Porto Heli has a small population (2500) and, while active all year round, it is pleasantly busy whilst never overcrowded during the summer months and manages to maintain its own tranquil identity. The coastal road affords panoramic views with many unspoilt bays and taverns to explore leisure. Yachting, waterskiing, scuba diving, tennis or just sunbathing are all catered for. If owning your own boat does not appeal to you, cruises from Porto Heli harbour to the islands of Spetses, Hydra, Poros or to Monemvasia on the Arcadian peninsula run weekly during the summer. Many cultural and historic attractions are easily accessible by road: 5 minutes to Kosta (ferry to Spetses); 15 minutes to Ermioni (ferry to Hydra); 45 minutes to Epidavros; 1 hour to Corinth, Nafplion, Mycenae; 2.5 hours to Athens.
Points of Interest
Island of Spetses
Spetses is a pretty island, only a few minutes with boat taxi from Porto Heli. It has a mixture of traditional and modern buildings, many villas with flower gardens, international visitors and high society. Instead of private cars there are horse carriages on the island. Some beautiful bays and the old harbor are waiting to be explored.
Island of Hydra
Hydra (Idra) island has an international reputation among artists. In the summertime, it can get over-crowded, especially during weekends. Tourists can visit many shops with artworks and romantic taverns around the harbor. The hydrofoil services have a daily route between Hydra and Porto Heli.
Island of Poros
Poros has narrow lanes, gardens and beautiful views on the bay. Many shops, cafes and cozy port taverns invite you to stay for a while. An excursion trip with a special atmosphere! Perfect for a visit in the afternoon or evening on the way back from a trip to Epidavros (1 day excursion: Porto Heli - Didima - Epidavros - Poros - Porto Heli). You can reach the island with the car from the mainland (only 600 m with the small ferry boat from the village Galatas). The hydrofoil services have also a daily route between Poros and Pireaus.
Ermioni is 16 km from Porto Heli by road. You'll find excellent fish taverns and open-air bars along the harbor road at the protected natural harbor of the small fishing village. Just a short walk away is the peninsula Ermionida with some very nice spots, an orthodox chapel and remnants of a Byzantine wall. The view over the entire bay is as spectacular as it is from the other side of the town (the mill on the hill across the harbor). Every Thursday, Ermioni has a flea market.
Porto Heli, is southwest of Athens in the district Argolida of the peninsula of Peloponnese, the most important cultural part of Greece. The landscape of Peloponnese is varying and impressive, with long sandy beaches, cliffs, fruitful plains, ragged mountains and hundreds of traditional villages, which make simply the entire peninsula a cultural experience with innumerable objects of interest. The Peloponnese provides an amazing spectrum of impressive sights, from ancient excavations such as Mycenae, Olympia, Epidavros, Arhea Corinthia to the massive venetian forts such as Methoni or Nafplio. Deep blue sea and beautiful islands such as Egina, Poros, Hydra or Spetses are surrounding the peninsula and can be reached in a very short time. The Peloponnese and islands surrounding it, have been spared the negative effects of mass tourism. Individual tourism is still the rule rather than the exception