BARNES have announced that a seaview villa located in Porto Heli in Argolida, one of Greece’s most luxurious destinations located opposite the island of Spetses, has hit the market for an impressive €8 million.

 

Porto Heli, on the eastern Peloponnese, also known as the ‘Greek Riviera’, is frequented by some of Greece’s most influential and renowned aristocratic families. The area known as the Saronic Gulf has a unique natural harbour, sheltered bays and pine bordered private sandy beaches making the region particularly popular for yacht owners. A couple of hours from Athens, Porto Heli has a private airport just South of the town and Spetses island can be reached within minutes by boat.

 

With wonderful views of the sea and the Peleponnese coastline, the superb villa is rooted in the natural landscape, with an infinity pool, a large sun terrace, a shaded veranda with a cooking and dining area surrounded by a Mediterranean garden with olive and cypress trees. The1,100 sq m/11,840 sq ft of living space with eight bedrooms, eight bathrooms and two large living areas spans over three floors. The guest house is set over two levels and comprises of three bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms, a fully equipped kitchen and a large living and dining area with a fireplace. 

 

Greece’s Association of Certified Real Estate Experts state that the country’s housing market is showing signs of improvement responding to a recovering economy with real estate being sold off at a much quicker rate than in previous years. 

 

BARNES International Property Specialist Chris Maclean says:

“Only a few kilometres from the Greek capital, Porto Heli is an affluent and exclusive destination as well as a place of outstanding natural beauty. This unique property is a substantially sized family home that offers unparalleled views of the Aegean Sea and the beautiful island of Spetses. The property has a number of standout features including the sun terrace and large verandas, and is designed to a high standard in keeping with the natural environment surrounding the house.”