Located in one of the most beautiful areas of Greece, Achaia, this villa of 450m² was constructed just in 2003 to the highest standards and comes fully furnished and equipped as seen.
The villa enjoys bright, spectacular views of the mountains from the majority of the property and also of the sea, while maintaining its privacy.
The living room features high ceilings, exuding space and comfort. There is a grand entry, an entrance with large closets and a truly spacious living room with leather sofas, lovely stone fireplace for the family to gather and spend time with friends. Also found on the same floor are the first dining room, a large comfortable kitchen with all electrical appliances, a second large room with cosy fireplace, a dressing room as well as a bathroom with Jacuzzi and a WC for the convenience of the guests.
In fact the level composes five (5) rooms which all overlook the large outdoor terrace of 40m² where the large swimming pool is found for endless dips during the hot days of the summer.
The upper floor is accessed via the marble staircase. Four (4) bedrooms are housed there, two of which with their own en-suite bathrooms, as well as an additional bathroom. One large living space of about 35m² is found which can be used as a large office with TV lounge or as a guest room. The entire floor overlooks the blue sea being just 100m away as well as the beautiful mountains.
There is also a cellar at this beautiful house where a large storage room and the boiler room are found as well as all the materials for the swimming pool.
Moving out to the exterior space, one will find everything ever dreamt of. An outdoor BBQ, a kitchen, a sink and storage space are there for the convenience of the residents and offering the possibility of having a great time with friends and family.
The heated swimming pool of 48m² allows you to have real fun or watch your children while you relax at the covered terrace in the shade. The large white marble walkway truly gives an extra taste of luxury at this outstanding home.
The whole garden is full of green with trees and plants with light illuminates, allowing you to spend your time day and night or even have a great party in the moonlight.
Extra features of this amazing villa are the electric gate leading to the main house, as well as another gate in the opposite leading to the beach, and the alarm system with tele-surveillance.
This amazing villa is located in a town of the former municipality in Achaea, West Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Aigialeia, of which it is a municipal unit. The location is in a valley with two mountaintops. The river named Krathi flows near the centre of the town. The river empties east of Cape Akrata.
The urban area is on both mountains. Akrata Beach, where the hotels are located, is about 4km northeast and Cape Akrata is also to the northeast. The nearby interchange for Gr-8A/E65 is in Aigeira 4km southwest and the old highway is to the northeast with two entrances. It is linked by a road to Kranidi and Galatas along with Poros. It is located 70km southeast of Patras, southeast of Aigio, west-northwest of Corinth, north of Tripoli and northeast of Kalavryta.
The name is derived from the side of the Krathi. Next to the city are the ruins of the ancient city of Aigai and its ancient theatre.
The municipality was founded in 1879 but was dissolved in 1914. The municipality was refunded in 1986 along with Sylivainiotika, Porovitsa and Krathio. In 1998 under the Capodistrian Plan, the municipality was enlarged to include every village and town in the municipality.
Much of the area is grassy and forests are found to the north. Farmlands dominate the northeast near the Krathio area, while the buildings are to the northeast near the boundary with Aigeira. The municipality is also famous for its beaches, which lie near the Gulf of Corinth, and overlooks the gulf.
The mountains lie to the south and are mainly grassy and bushy. The forests are within the Gulf of Corinth to the north.
Lake Tsivlos is by the road linking Akrata and Zarouchla. In Peristera, it has the spring of Golfos which was filmed in Gkolfo.
In the mid-20th century, the roads were paved and the villages first received electricity.
Until the 1970s it was mostly a destination for the local population that had moved to Athens or Patras. It took off as a tourist destination in the 1980s, especially for Greeks. Construction took off in the 1990s and the coast soon turned into a tightly built, concrete zone.