Located in a secluded spot in Agios Prokopios, this semi-detached house enjoys unobstructed views of the Aegean Sea and Paros in the distance, while offering ample accommodation in the traditional Cycladic style.
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Developed as part of a small complex with international owners, this 94 sqm house built on an 800 sqm plot expands over three floors. The living room occupies the ground floor with a working fireplace, and the kitchen with a dining area. The living room opens onto a balcony with a wonderful 180-degree view of Agios Prokopios and the sea. Two of the bedrooms, one with a small office, one bathroom, and a storage-utility room are located on the lower floor, while the master bedroom and one more bathroom are located on the upper floor. The master bedroom opens up onto a spacious roofed terrace.
The house is fitted with central oil heating, while air condition units are installed in all rooms. Windows are wooden, double glazed and fitted with nets, while the property is sold furnished with all modern kitchen and bathroom amenities.
The rock formations in the property's backyard have recently been added to the island's list of protected monuments, precluding any future development.
The house is located just 5 km (10 mins by car) away from the "Chora" (capital) of Naxos and a brief walk away from the beach of Agios Prokopios, one of the most famous sandy beaches on the island, sheltered from the winds and well organized, offering choices to suit any budget.
The island of Naxos is the largest in the Cyclades. The nuptial island of the god Dionysus, Naxos is a cosmopolitan destination renowned as a prime spot for kite and windsurfing due to the winds. It's an island with many archaeological sites, one of the most famous being "Portara" (the "Great Door"), which was part of the Temple of Apollo and its view of the sunset is a truly remarkable sight. Naxos is famous for its marble, which was used in ancient Olympia as well as the Acropolis in Athens. It also has a strong agricultural tradition, and visitors must try its famous potatoes and the local cheese, called "Arseniko Naxou".
Naxos can be reached easily by ferry from Piraeus, Rafina (the two ports servicing Athens), as well as from the other islands in the Cyclades. It is very close to Paros (roughly 35 mins journey time), Mykonos (35 mins to 1h 45 mins journey time, depending on the ship), and Santorini (1h 20mins to 2h 30 mins depending on the ship) and can thus serve as a base for exploring the Cyclades island complex. It can also be reached by plane from Athens with several flights per day, while the journey takes approximately 35-50 mins.
Agios Prokopios beach: 750 m
Lagouna Beach (shallow waters, ideal for families with small children): 1.3 km
Airport of Naxos: 2,7 km
Naxos town ("Chora") and port: 4.6 km
Apollo Temple (the "Great Door"): 5.5 km
Mikri Vigla Beach (ideal for kite and windsurfing): 10 km
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Price 490,000 €
Price / sq metre: €/m² 5,212.77
Agency: Elxis Greek Real Estate Services BV