Santorini Hotel for Sale
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Greece :: Cyclades :: Santorini
Santorini Hotel for Sale, The quintessential rock, sea and sky of the magical Santorini, the queen of the Aegean sea , appear in all their glory at this block of five (5) luxury Villas, all with their private pools, a reception area as well as an indipendent wellness area, with commanding awesome views of the volcano and caldera from its majestic hilltop location,the perfect spot to absorb unrivalled sea views!A successful business with 8% annual net yield, a hard to find feauture making this project simply irresistible!
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|Situated in the area of Akrotiri a location on Santorini which gives you a wonderful balance of seclusion and convenience.
All the Villa's design is elegantly minimalist, combining ancient Greek and Cycladian principles with contemporary comfort and style.
The project features outstanding spaces and amenities for relaxation and entertainment.
The residences are built on two adjacent pieces of land. More specifically, Villas A1, A2 and A3 are located on Plot A with a total area of 2.006,8mē along with designated exclusive-use spaces, communal corridors and parking spots, while Villas B1 and B2, as well as the reception area, the food preparation premises and the independent wellness and spa area , are located on Plot B, with a total area of 2.000,59 mē with designated exclusive-use spaces and parking spots as well.
The Villa A1 is a residence of 187,81mē and consists of five (5) bedrooms. There is an open-plan kitchen – living room – dining area, an exclusive outdoor swimming pool taking up 51.31 mē, an outdoor parking spot, while the house extends to a surface of approximately 545mē.
More specifically, the ground floor consists of four (4) king-size bed bedrooms with a total capacity for up to 8 people, a storage room and a communal corridor.
Three of the ground floor bedrooms can be accessed by a staircase from the upper floor, while the fourth one is independent, with outdoor access and an en-suite bathroom. Of the three (3) bedrooms, one (1) is en-suite, while the other two (2) share a bathroom.
The upper floor of Villa A1 consists of an en-suite king-size bed bedroom and an open-plan kitchen – living room – dining area.There is also an open pavilion – terrace with a pergola.
In total, Villa A1 consists of six (6) main purpose areas, with a total capacity of five (5) king-size beds for up to ten (10) people.
The Villa A2 covers a total area of 211.82mē and consists of three (3) king-size bed bedrooms, with a capacity of up to six (6) people, an open-plan kitchen – living room – dining area, an exclusive outdoor swimming pool taking up 50.08 mē, an outdoor parking spot, while the house extends to a surface of approximately 452 mē.
More specifically, the underground floor consists of one (1) king-size bed en-suite bedroom with a living room, luggage space, a storage room and a connecting corridor. The ground floor of Villa A2 consists of an open-plan kitchen – living room – dining area and a communal W.C. On the upper floor there are two (2) king-size bed en-suite bedrooms, as well as two (2) open pavilion – terraces.
In total, Villa A2 consists of five (5) main purpose areas, with a total capacity of three (3) king-size beds for six (6) people.
Villa A3, with a total area of 216.63mē consists of four (4) king-size bed bedrooms, with a capacity of up to eight (8) people, an open-plan kitchen – living room – dining area, an exclusive outdoor swimming pool taking up to 50.74 mē, an outdoor parking spot, while the house extends to a surface of approximately 533 mē.
More specifically, the underground floor consists of one (1) king-size bed en-suite bedroom with two (2) bathrooms, with a living room, luggage space, a storage room and a connecting corridor. The ground floor of Villa A3 consists of an open-plan kitchen – living room – dining area, a communal bathroom and a king-size bed bedroom.
On the upper floor there are two (2) king-size bed bedrooms with a shared bathroom, as well as an open pavilion – terrace.
In total, Villa A3 consists of five (5) main purpose areas, with a total capacity of four (4) king-size beds for up to 8 people.
The building plot B1 total area of 214.73 mē ,consists of the Villa B1 and the service areas.
The Villa B1, with a total area of 98.82mē, which has two king-size bed bedrooms, with a capacity of up to four (4) people, an open-plan kitchen – living room – dining area, an exclusive outdoor swimming pool taking up 38.03 mē, an outdoor parking spot, while the house extends to a surface of approximately 305 mē.
More specifically, the ground floor consists of a king-size bed en-suite bedroom and an open-plan kitchen – living room – dining area.The upper floor consists of a king-size bed en-suite bedroom and two pavilion – terraces.
In total, residence B1 consists of three (3) main purpose areas, with a total capacity of two (2) king-size beds for up to four (4) people.
The service areas comprise of the reception area and the auxiliary spaces, such as food preparation premises, the laundry room, the dry food storage room, the refrigerators, the linen closets, the staff W.C. and changing rooms, as well as other auxiliary spaces, of a total surface of 92.27mē, are all located in the basement of B1 building.
The building plot B2 total area of 216,67mē consists of:
The Villa B2, with a total area of 132.65 mē, which has three (3) king-size bed bedrooms, with a capacity of up to six (6) people, an open-plan kitchen – living room – dining area, an exclusive outdoor swimming pool taking up 38.03 mē, an outdoor parking spot, while the house extends to a surface of approximately 411 mē.
More specifically, the ground floor consists of a king-size bed en-suite bedroom and an open-plan kitchen – living room – dining area. The upper floor consists of two (2) king-size bed bedrooms with a shared bathroom and an open pavilion – terrace.
In total, Villa B2 consists of four (4) main purpose areas, with a total capacity of three (3) king-size beds for up to six (6) people.
Finally, in plot B2 the independent wellness spa is situated, which, consists of a reception area, two treatment rooms, a communal W.C., a space for a hot tub – Jacuzzi, a bathroom, a storage room and an air-conditioning control room, with a total surface of 84.02mē; is located in the basement of B2 Villa.
In total, the two (2) residences of Plot B consist of seven (7) main purpose areas, with a total capacity of five (5) king-size beds for up to ten (10) people.
Unique moments await your guests, they will fill their lungs with fresh ozone as they gaze across the deep blue of the Aegean Sea to the mysterious Santorini volcano and magical island of Thirasia.
Tourist attractions, including Fira and Oia, and the best beaches of Santorini are all only a short drive away, what more can you ask for?
Santorini is perhaps the most fascinating and most talked about island of Greece in the Aegean. Only the name of the island is enough to unfold in mind pleasurable connotations, volcanic landscape, gray and red beaches, dazzling white houses, terraces with panoramic sea views , stunning sunsets, wild fun.
All this, together with remnants of lost civilizations discovered in the volcanic ash justify the epithets with which visitors identify Santorini and fairly is called, magical, indescribable, astonishing.
The volcano is still active, and the last eruption was in 1950, causing an earthquake that destroyed many villages on the island. The island's official name is Thira and its main town, Fira, is also the capital of the Cyclades islands. It is a cosmopolitan island and is therefore quite expensive.
The locals live mainly off agriculture and tourism. The islands largest export product is soil; 2.000.000 tons a year are used all over the world, mainly to make concrete. The Suez channel was built with this concrete for example.
Most holidaymakers stay where the beaches are, Kamari and Perissa, but these places really do not represent the island's amazing distinctiveness.
If you can, you should try to stay in Fira, Imerovigli or Oia, the towns on the cliffs, which are very beautiful and full of little cafes, shops and places of interest. There is a bus that goes to the beaches every day, and it is much better to be in the towns in the evening and on the beaches during the day. If you stay in Monolithos you will have more peace and quiet.
Approaching the island by boat the immediate impression obtained is this is a Greek island unlike any other. The island of Santorini was formed out of the lava from the volcanic eruption in 1660 BC. The central part of the volcano sank into the sea leading to the emergence of Santorini itself and the tiny neighboring islands of Thirasia, Palaia and Nea Kameni close by.
Today, Santorini is the only inhabited Caldera (volcano cauldron) in the world. Unlike other islands in Greece, the towns and villages sit densely on top of the massive cliffs of the Caldera and from a distance appear like snow capping the towering mountain tops. The coloured strata of the volcanic rock of these cliffs are spectacular in themselves: chocolate brown, rust red, yellow ochre, white and cream.
The geological uniqueness however is not the only thing that makes Santorini a special holiday destination.
Everyone has read about the spectacular sunsets that occur on this island and the sceptic may question whether the setting sun can really appear differently here than from the neighbouring islands of Naxos or Ios. Nevertheless, the sunsets at Santorini, viewed from the Caldera, really are breathtakingly beautiful when seen as a backdrop to the volcano. The colours that streak the sky change from lilac to deep purple, from yellow to orange to red, as the golden sun sinks and becomes blood red reflecting its light on to the sea and the surrounding little islands, an amazing scene for photography. The eastern slopes of the island are green and fertile, even in October. This is due to the copious vineyards that grow so well in the fertile volcanic soil. The terraced slopes of the mountains use every available part of this fertile land. The island suffer from water scarcity, because it has few natural water reserves, but the nature of the dry soil of Santorini produces grapes that make up one of the best wines of Greece. The climate, though damp is healthy and perfect for producing the famous wine (vinsando), fava beans and tomatoes. There are many wineries and a a local factory for canning tomato paste, tomatoes and vegetables. Santorini used to export a lot of pumice that finally stopped due to the destruction the old pumice mines did to the island. The old mines now are used for the burial of waste.
Today the island's economy relies on tourism, where tens of thousands tourists from Greece and around the world visit the island for unforgettable holidays
Santorini used to be a round island, but during an earthquake and volcano-outbreak in the 15th century BC the middle of the island sunk and gave it the shape it has today. The underwater volcano, which is one of the rare examples of volcanoes in the world created from a circular island that was there before the explosion, a group of islands namely Thera, Thirassia, New and Old Kameni and Aspronisi. This is one of the reasons why many believe Santorini really is where Atlantis once was. The Minoan civilization on the island was razed after this, but apparently, most people managed to flee.
The island has changed names through history. Originally it was called Stroggyli ("round") since that was the shape of the island. When the Phoenicians came they named it Kallisti ("the very best"), and finally it got the name Thira after its first ruler.
There was the son of the Theban hero Autesion who was a descendant of Cadmus. He was the vice king of Sparta and responsible for his twin nephews Procles and Eurysthenes. When they were old enough to rule by themselves, Theras left Sparta with a company of aristocrats and settled on Santorini.
The Romans originally used the island as a place for exiles, but later helped in building up the island. The Christianization of Santorini took place between the 2nd and 5th century. The island was often ravaged and even destroyed by pirates and in 1204 it was conquered by the Venetians. It was about then the island got its current name. The islands patron saint was Agia Irini (St Eirene) and the foreign sailors called her St Irini - thus Santorini.
The island was destroyed by the Venetians in 1354, and once again in 1397, this time by the conquering Turks. In 1821 Santorini joined forces with the Greek revolutionists and the island was subsequently freed from Turkish rule. In 1956 there was a terrible earthquake which caused many buildings to be ruined. The people in Kamari are almost all from a village that was totally destroyed back then.
The island has been reconstructed after the terrible earthquake that destroyed it on 9 July 1956.
The contact of Fira to the sea (Bay of Fira) to satisfy commercial and tourism needs today is either the path - stairs or the lift. This area includes the port (fishing facilities), commercial (shops) and entertainment (coffee, ouzo).
This small harbour and its bay offer the possibility to take a quick swim (if the sea and the wind are calm). Looking northwards, the bay displays its characteristic yellowish rocks and caves which structure is due to the sea erosion.
Once departed, notice the amazing face of the Caldera behind you and its white hat, Fira, that dominates you; notice the sides of the island with its spectacular cave of and its arms that seem to hug you. After just 5 minutes sailing the sea has already reached a depth of 985 ft (it will be even deeper)
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