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€ 775,000

4 bedroom luxury House for sale in Fiskardo, Ionian Islands

158 m² 4



A charming property, which has recently been beautifully renovated to a high standard, situated in a peaceful location close to the popular seafront village of Fiskardo.
Lime House is located in a quiet hamlet in the north of Kefalonia, close to the harbour town of Fiskardo. The nearest shops and restaurants are just a 10-minute walk away in the village of Antipata. Dafnoudi Beach is also a short walk via traditional pathways.
Lime house comprises of three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a mezzanine floor area with double bed, a reception room, open plan kitchen/dining room, swimming pool, and gardens filled with flowers, fruit trees and bougainvillea.
A private driveway leads up to Lime House, and outside there are two outdoor dining areas, an outdoor seating area and a private 13m x 2.5m swimming pool.
The property comfortably sleeps 6-8 people. You enter into an open-plan kitchen and living room, with white and grey flecked marble floors and a whitewashed wooden pitched ceiling. There are three double bedrooms, two bathrooms and a mezzanine area with double bed.
The plot size totals 1,600 m2 and there are natural, terraced gardens full of olive, fruit and nut trees.
The property rents extremely well each season and has a good property maintenance team (for housekeeping and gardening) and a property manager who is fluent in English and Greek who is on the grounds throughout the season.
Lime House is one of the oldest properties in Markandonata – the ruins originally date back to the 16th Century from which the current owner, an interior designer, completely restored them.
Markandonata is a quiet and unspoilt area in the north of Kefalonia, close to the desirable village of Fiskardo, which is a truly wonderful seafront village, with an abundance of great restaurants and shops.
Property Size: 160 sq m
Land Size: 1,600 sq m



158 m²
Published on
18 March 2021

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