Halkidiki Field Kassandra ID: 1501

Field

Kassandra

ID: 1501 S.q. : 30500 m²
Price: /m²: 14 €/m²

Price: 600.000 €450.000 €

Property Description

Field in Kassandra, Halkidiki, 30 acres. It is in a priviledged spot, panoramic, with endless, gorgeous view to the sea and the mountain. The field is divided in seven integrities, in each of which can be built 200 sq.m. of main building plus 140 sq.m. for assistant rooms. It is perfect for housing construction or commercial use. Also there is an existing licence for summer camp.

Property Features

Valid permission
No
Usage type
House
Buildable
Yes
Premium number
7
Electricity
Yes
Water
Yes
Max. Building Square Meters
2380
Forest Paper
Yes
Archaeology Paper
Yes
Inside building zone
No
Area allowed to be built
0

Property Distances

Sea
1700 m.
Village
4000 m.
Bus Stop
4000 m.
Airport
104 km.
City
17 km.
Hospital
33 km.

Property Extras

  • Amphitheatrical
  • Unobstructed permanent view
  • Slanted
  • Complete - Buildable
  • Perfect for commercial usage
  • Eastern orientation
  • Outside the village
  • Forested
  • Perfect for house building
  • Perfect for villa building

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Kassandra, the westernmost end of Halkidiki, being the closest to Thessaloniki, is the most popular and populated of the three peninsulas. Its white beaches and rocky, fir-studded promontories were the first to attract visitors, both Greeks and foreigners.
Here you will find all the amenities – hotels in every price range, traditional Greek taverns, discos, bars and other entertainment, as well as a wide variety of recreation facilities, especially for water sports. But if you require peace and quite, you can easily find pleasant and unique hiding places.
Kassandra is the most populated of the three ends. Its plains are golden with cultivated fields, while its rolling hills have lush vegetation and serene fir forests. Its inland villagers are farmers, who follow the traditional way of life and preserve the principles of Greek hospitality.

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