Built to high specifications by local craftsmen, and completed in 2005, this beautiful 200 sq m traditional stone 4-bedroomed seaside villa overlooks the village of Stoupa and commands spectacular views over the Gulf of Messinia and of the mountains and coastline of the Mani Peninsular.The bright and airy property sits on a plot of 750 sq m in a peaceful backwater yet is only a couple of minutes away from the village and beaches by car.
The villa is conveniently situated next to a quiet tarmac road alongside which is parking space for 3-4 cars. Marble steps lead down from an additional parking/turning space to a tiled entrance area and the front door, which is at first-floor level.
The front door opens onto a landing area with marble floor, off which is a Cloakroom with WC and washbasin; a storage cupboard which houses a secondary hot water boiler; and an archway leading into the open-plan living area, which has an attractive gabled natural pine-clad ceiling.
Lounge– a spacious room which is fitted with a multi-fuel stove.A pair of glazed doors lead onto to a covered balcony (currently used as a seating area), and a second pair of glazed doorslead to an open-air balcony (currently used for outdoor dining). Both balconies have uninterruptedviews of the sea, coast and mountains. This light and airy room has a further three windows.
Dining Area– the indoor dining area has window with side sea views.
Kitchen– comprising a wide range of fitted floor and wall units with natural pine doors (which complement the ceiling), black granite-style worktops, black granite sink and drainer, space for oven, dishwasher and fridge/freezer. The window above the sink has wonderful sea views. A pair of glazed doors lead directly to the covered balcony.
From the hallway a marble staircase with black wrought iron bannister leads down to the ground floor.
A light and airy marble hallway leads to the following rooms:
Master Bedroom with Ensuite– a spacious master bedroom with sea views and ensuite – shower/WC/washbasin.A pair of glazed doors lead to the sun terrace.
Bedroom 2– a double room with sea views. A pair of glazed doors lead to the sun terrace, and an additional window overlooks the garden.
Bedroom 3– a twin room with a window into the alcove area with garden views.
Bedroom 4– asingle room currently fitted out as an office. It has sea views and a pair of glazed doors lead to the sun terrace.
Kitchen 2–with black granite sink/drainer; tiled work-surface with space for microwave, kettle and toaster; extractor hood; and space for washing machine and under-counter fridge.
There are 2 under-stair storage cupboards.
The Alcove provides a lovely shaded seating area overlooking the garden, with sea views through the archways.This area has electricity and plumbing in place for a potential bar area.
Leading from the alcove there is a spaciousStorage Room to the rear, which runs the full length of the property.
The garden comprises three terraced areas – a paved sun terrace; a lower terrace with various citrus trees; and a further large garden area suitable for sunbeds, parasols, chairs, tables and barbequewith trees, shrubs and herb/flower borders.
Steps down from the garden lead to a gated area with space to park several cars. (This area has electricity and water in situ and would provide an ideal location to build a swimming pool.)
The house has a choice of heating methods. All rooms have thermostatically controlled electric radiators; the lounge and three of the bedrooms have air conditioning units, which can also provide cooling; and there is a multi-fuel stove in the lounge. All rooms also have ceiling fans.
The solar-panelled water heating is supplemented by an immersion heater for non-sunny days.
Services: Mains electricity, water, telephone, broadband Internet.
Furniture, white goods and the multi-fuel stove may be available subject to negotiation.
Price: Offers in the region of 395,000 Euro