Stunning 3 Bedroom Villa in Greece
133sqm, 3 floor Modern Villa by the beach, in an amazing Greek traditional village.
Athens airport is only 45 minutes drive. Chalkida is only 5 minutes away. There are 3 train stations near the house to Center of Athens, which is less than an hour away.
First floor is used as a closed garage and has 25sqm warehouse.
Second floor has one bedroom, 1 toilet/bathroom with full air/hydro massage, 12 running meters of kitchen, living room with a huge modern fireplace and a dining room.
Third floor has two bedrooms and a toilet/shower room.
The house has 5 huge balconies with extremely wonderful sea view. The famous new bridge of Chalkida is visible too.
There are 3 super markets maximum 5 minutes away and lots of modern and traditional restaurants.
Chalkida is famous for its Euripus sea channel.
5 Huge Balconies with an Amazing Sea View
Modern Fire Place
Walking Distance from Sea
About the Area:
Only 80 km away from Athens, the city of the sacred fountain of Arethousa is the main gate to the island of Evia. Thanks to its strategic geographic position, the city has remained a crossroad of cultures and ideas over the centuries, an apple of discord for many foreign conquerors. Today the cosmopolitan city of Chalkida, the administrative and commercial centre of the island built on both sides of Evripos straits, is a popular destination among Athenians for short breaks away from the hustle and bustle of the capital city. Thanks to its impressive ultra modern cable bridge, the access to the city has now become easier and quicker.
Chalkida is particularly famous for the tidal phenomenon that takes place in Evripos, i.e. the swift change of water direction every six hours, created by the Moon’s pull. During each change of direction the water stops moving for about eight minutes. An ideal place to watch this unique phenomenon is the sliding Negroponte Bridge. Another favourite meeting point for the locals is the waterfront; a charming pedestrian street lined with elegant cafes and restaurants buzzing with life day and night!
Make a point of visiting the following quite impressive edifices: the Red House- the city’s landmark, a neoclassical building with four clay statues on its top and the Town Hall, known for its beautiful harmonious architecture. Karababas fortress, a superb Venetian fort, stands on the top of Kanithos hill, offering a bird’s eye view of the city and Evoikos Gulf.
Don’t forget to visit: ?he Archaeological Museum/ The Municipal Library/ the Municipal Art Gallery/ ‘Kamares’ site/ the Roman Aqueduct/ Emir Zade Turkish Mosque / the Folk Art Museum/ the Spring of Arethousa/ the Railway Station/ the poet Giannis Skaribas’ tomb located at Karababas Fortress/ the Byzantine church of St. Nicholas and the Early Christian Basilica of St. Paraskevi; there is a big bazaar held on July 26th (St. Paraskevi feastday) and the city ‘wears’ a festive mood!
Activities: sports enthusiasts can take advantage of the facilities available and play football, volleyball, basketball, tennis or ride horseback at the city’s equestrian club. During summer try exciting water sports like kite boarding at Lefkandi and Liani Ammos, fishing or water skiing.