|Kythnos is an island of Cyclades complex, famous for its unique beauty. Aegean landscape, deep blue waters and the distinctive aesthetic of pure white Cycladic architecture. For more information click here.
A Housing Resort owned by a construction firm (Design, construction and sales of luxurious Villas).
The Resort is located in a area of á rare Cycladic beauty, overlooking the depth of the open sea, the islands of Serifos, Serfopoula and Piperi Isle, next to the famous village of Panagia Kanala.
Situated at South East of the island, the site offers great sunrise and moonrise (the full moon rising is a unique experience).
This is an area of 100 acres, stretching amphitheatrically on a hill with a smooth slope, along the coast to 1.000 feet reaching two sheltered bays (Simousi bay and Small bay).
In the resort there are already two residential complexes and 5 villas, built in perfect harmony with the Cycladic architecture.
The greatest advantages that this plot offers are:
1. The exceptional and unopposed view to the sea with Serifos and Serifopoula islands, as well as the Piperi isle appearing in the distance.
2. The gently sloping ground, an ideal ground support for the housing.
3. Access to both bays.
Due to its high advantages, this site was chosen by a Company, to pilot a building permit for a Housing complex. This building permit is past due, but its architectural design, can be used, in preparation of a new design, either for a detached house, or for 2 neighbouring houses.
Photorealism from the old 2002 building permit is available.
With numerous beaches, Cycladic scenery and the unique hospitality of the locals, Kythnos is always waiting to welcome you!
This island is connected to mainland Greece and other Cycladic islands by ferry. It has two significant settlements,both villages are notable for their winding and often stepped streets, too narrow for vehicular traffic.
There is also a growing coastal settlement on the east side of the island, and many of the larger beaches are settled by a handful of residents.
Low stone fences run for many kilometres on bare Cycladic hills with 350 white country chapels here and there. The typical Cycladic style equally appears in the villages: cobbled narrow streets, white houses, squares, chapels and windmills.