Halkidiki Maisonette Kassandra ID: 1894

Maisonette

Kassandra

ID: 1894 S.q. : 80 m²
Price: /m²: 1250 €/m²

100.000 €

Property Description

Maisonette in Kassandra, Halkidiki, 80 sqm. It is part of a complex situated only 450 m from the sea. The house consists of two bedrooms, a bathroom, a toilet, living room and kitchen and has a loft. It is fully furnished and has a small, 20 sqm garden, very carefully groomed. It is very close to amenities, such as supermarkets, restaurants and stores, but also very close to the beach.

Property Features

Walkable distance from the sea
Yes
Aircondition
Yes
Heating
Autonomus
Condition
Good condition
Has private land
30 m.
Rooms
3
Bathrooms
1
WC
1
Floor
Ground floor
Levels
3
Parking
0
Garage
0
Fireplace
Yes
Construction Year
2000
Land area
600 m.
Road
Main Road
Swimming Pool
No pool
Warehouse
No
Walkable distance from the village
Yes

Ground floor

Living Rooms
1
Rooms
0
Bathrooms
0
WC
1
Sq.m. per level
35

1 floor

Living Rooms
0
Rooms
2
Bathrooms
1
WC
0
Sq.m. per level
35

2 floor

Living Rooms
0
Rooms
1
Bathrooms
0
WC
0
Sq.m. per level
10

Property Distances

Sea
450 m.
Village
300 m.
Bus Stop
300 m.
Airport
90 km.
City
9 km.
Hospital
9 km.

Property Extras

  • Open field
  • Lighted
  • Furnished
  • No V.A.T.
  • Inside village
  • Airy
  • Window screens

Kassandra Municipality 1st peninsula Real Estate | Kassandra Municipality 1st peninsula Villas

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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