Beautiful 3 Bedroom Townhouse, Aggidia, Naxos, Greece
if you have ever dreamed of basking in the glorious Mediterranean sunshine and making a shrewd financial investment at the same time, then this superb property in the stunning Greek island of Naxos, could be just what you’ve been waiting for.
Located in the picturesque area of Aggidia, Chora, this stunning property features, among many others, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, spacious living room, office space, private garden and stunning terrace/balcony areas to enjoy the glorious mountain/sea views and of course, the sunshine, on. The property also has a small independent apartment on the ground floor with all essential amenities including its own bathroom.
As well as being a comfortable, spacious, and modern place to live, this property has limitless potential as a holiday rental home due to its spectacular location in the popular tourist resort of Naxos. The property itself is just a few miles from many of the island’s breath-taking beaches and bars.
Spacious 130m2 house
Located in a peaceful, well-run community
independent apartment with all amenities
Beautiful living room with fireplace
Fully equipped kitchen
Converted office space
Private garden area
Surrounded by breath-taking mountain and sea views
Beautiful balcony areas to enjoy surroundings on
Huge potential as a holiday rental home
Just a few km from Naxos Airport Apollon
Short distance to stunning beach areas and bars
ABOUT THE AREA
The pretty little village of Aggidia on Naxos, built in amphitheatric fashion at the southwestern foot of Chrysostomos hill, 3km from Chora, gazes at the fertile Livadia valley below, the main town and the blue sea further beyond.
The Chora-Aggidia road is flanked by plenty of ancient and medieval monuments.
These include the 14th century monastery of ‘to Fraro’, which played an important role in the life of the Venetians of Naxos; the ancient aqueduct of Lygdamis, a medieval water font, the ruins of the early Christian church of Agios Stefanos and low Venetian towers.
There are, in fact, abundant indications that the area was a country resort for the nobility of the main town since ancient times.
Farming, especially viticulture, is the main source of income for the approximately 300 inhabitants of Aggidia.
WiDER NAXOS AREA
Whilst tourists and giant cruise ships flock to the teeming, insta-famous Santorini, Naxos remains one of the Cyclades’ best hidden gems.
The island is still unheard of by many foreign visitors, despite being just an hour from Mykonos and several more from Athens, but, trust us, it’s more than worth your time. The island boasts ancient Byzantine history, authentic hilltop villages, mouthwatering local delicacies and endless, pristine sand beaches. So, take your time exploring this underrated treasure and you could soon feel yourself falling in love with an island that has every shade of blue under the sun.
An easy place to start discovering Naxos’ charm is the old town – also known as ‘Chora’. it’s the first place you’ll see when hopping off the ferry at the main port. Here, i’d recommend wandering down the bustling sea front promenade, lined with vibrant shops and eateries which have unbeatable sunset views in the evenings.
Naxos’ stunningly long, sandy beaches and turquoise seas are an obvious draw. Soak up some sun and relax on Naxos’ most visited beach, Agios Georgios, or catch a bus to Plaka for a quieter, more secluded spot. Don’t be alarmed by the open nudity at Plaka, it’s popular with naturists and European seniors enjoy getting an all-over tan here. With a few laid back, driftwood sculpted beach bars, Plaka is a perfect spot to people watch over an ice-cold cocktail.
Sounding like heaven to you? Get yourself to Naxos, Greece’s most underrated island, before the rest of the world discovers this hidden paradise.
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