A very unique free standing property right on the water in the popular area of Porto Rafti, combining the best of two worlds: tranquility and a peaceful vacation with really access to the hustle and bustle of the Porto Rafti area with resaurants, bars, water sports, name it.
This single level sugar-cube (villa) bungalow nestles itself quietly amid the mature pines and attractive native Olive trees, supporting a sense of peacefulness and aura of calm. From the exterior flagstone terrace, a long expanse of green grass stretches forth to meet the broad vista of blue Aegean sea. The pretty swath of green leads through the plantings to an artistic wooden gate opening onto the rocky shoreline, where crystal water laps invitingly.
The three-bedroom interior is crisp, white and open plan, offering framed views of nature. Furnishings are casual and comfortable, lending themselves to complete relaxation. Within the ample gardens is an organic vegetable patch yielding aromatic herbs, and during their season-tomatoes, eggplant and peppers. Delicious additions to an alfresco dining menu.
Many restful hours will be spent in the open living areas or outside dining spaces, gazing at the extensive sea view and the uninhabited island off shore that is truly mesmerizing- one which will restore and renew quests during their stay.
The house itself is located within five minutes driving distance to the charming village of Porto Rafti, yet in close proximity to the centre of Athens, thus offering the best of both worlds - quiet beaches in the day and exciting nightlife not far away. In walking distance is a "full-service" sandy beach with chaurs, umbrellas and waterside kiosk offering drinks and snacks.
Porto Rafti is a quaint port located on the mainland of Greece, along the rocky East coast of Attica. The picturesque village offers a beautiful stretch of sandy beach and an engaging view across the calm, clear blue waters of the Aegean sea. Only 38 km from the centre of Athens and the bustle of the city, this town offers friendly traditional Greek tavernas and a slower pace of life. Overlooking the natural harbor is a roman marble statue of a seated "tailor, which is the namesake of the town.
Within a 15 min drive is the newly reopened museum of Vraona with its ancient temple ad its also a 25 min drive from the international airport of Athens.