Ranch/Farm breath-taking with pool - PeloponnesePrice On Request
Price On Request
- 1224 (Meters)
- Agricultural areas: 319,004.82, Private Forest 1,274,058
- 4498 Peloponnese
This magnificent property is an active horse farm, vineyard, and agricultural estate, set amidst a rare private forest, all just 15 minutes from the local beaches
Set within this stunning private valley, the magnificent main stone residence features 7 principal bedrooms, 8-1/2 bathrooms, a majestic sunken living room, a formal sunken dining room, a library, an eat-in gourmet country kitchen with top appliances, a game room with home theatre, a substantial outdoor dining and living loggia, extensive verandas, private patios and walkways, all with spectacular wide vistas overlooking this remarkable property. Also included, an oversized heated pool with lounge area, an attached 4-car garage, and a separately accessed 2-bedroom caretaker flat.
A secondary stone residence features 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, spacious living/dining/open kitchen with vaulted beamed ceilings, large stone patio with superb open views of rolling hillsides, and its own separately accessed caretaker flat. The third stone residence features 1 bedroom and bathroom, a comfortable living room, and full kitchen.
Other agricultural buildings include a stone stable with paddocks, a sizable stone barn suitable for large equipment storage, a livestock pen, and an aviary shed. Groomed bluffs overlooking the sea are perfect for parties, picnics, events and further residential development.
Easily accessible to Athens in under 2 hours driving time along scenic coastal roads, the local picturesque coastal village of Epidavros is host to an ancient amphitheatre and Sunken City and is near the islands of Spetses, Hydra and Poros, and several of Greece’s most important historic sites, including Nafplion, Corinth and Mycenae. The estate is completely self-contained and secured with high stone walls, electronic gates, and fencing.
Ancient Epidavros is most famous for the World Heritage Site, the Sanctuary of Asclepius, housing the Ancient Theatre, still in use today. Reputed to be the birthplace of Apollo’s son Asclepius, the healer, the sanctuary was the most celebrated healing centre of the Classical world. The theatre is marvelled for its exceptional acoustics, which permit almost perfect intelligibility of unamplified spoken word to all 15,000 spectators, regardless of their seating. Wishing to maintain the cultural traditions of the area a number of festivals are organised during the summer months, especially during July and August, when the Festival of Athens – Epidavros takes place showcasing performances of ancient dramas and comedies together with modern, international and musical performances. Ancient Epidavros is a stunning fishing village located in the north-eastern part of Argolida. A sanctuary with incredible archaeological significance, an area endowed with a beautiful natural harbour, scenic beaches and rich in the production of citrus fruit and olive oil.
10 km from Ancient Epidavros
4 km from Nea Epidavros
15 km from the Archaeological Site of Epidavros
33 km from Nafplio
130 km from Athens, Port of Piraeus and Athens International Airport