Restored traditional Cycladic house
Tucked away in the old town of Parikia, at the end of a market path and amongst ancient monuments (in an area which is completely preserved and protected by Greek and EU laws) is this unique, one of a kind building.
The house is only accessible by foot, scooter or tricycle as cars are not allowed inside the old town. A short 5 minute walk away is the main port of Parikia. The building was originally constructed in 1600 and in 2016 underwent an extensive and carefully planned restoration making it a unique investment opportunity as a small already successful buy-to-let holiday home. Working with award-winning architects, the developer has restored the original features of this property fusing them with contemporary, minimal design to create a truly unique sanctuary for relaxation. Arranged over two levels, the living space exemplifies compact minimalism whilst maintaining a warm, open-plan flow bathed in natural light. Both double bedrooms comprise en-suite facilities with the upper bedroom opening onto a secluded, private roof terrace affording luxurious and rare outdoor space. Fully booked in its first season as a premium, short-let rental property a prospective owner has the option not only of enjoying this historic summer house personally, but also achieving an attractive buy-to-let yield in one of the most desirable Cycladic property locations.
Paros, as one of the most beautiful Cycladic Islands, attracts thousands of tourists every year. It offers a combination of inviting sandy beaches, picturesque villages and interesting nightlife, resulting in an assortment of visitors. Parikia also called Paros Town or Hora, it is the capital of Paros Island and has about 3,000 inhabitants. Parikia was built on the same site where the ancient city and capital used to stand. This little town is the commercial and cultural centre of Paros as well as the main harbour of the island, serving many other islands. It is built amphitheatrically around the port and has a typical Cycladic architecture, with whitewashed cubic and flat roofed houses with spare architectural lines and coloured wooden doors, windows and balconies. On the entrance of the port, a superb whitewashed windmill welcomes the visitors and constitutes the trademark of Paros. Numerous restaurants, taverns, cafes, bars and night clubs are lining the one side of the coast road (which is closed for the cars during the evening) while the town's beach is boarding the second part of the road. Paros is located at 2 ½ hours by high speed ferry from the Port of Piraeus.
5 mins walk from Parikia port
250 m from the nearest beach
9.5 km from the village of Naoussa
30 mins flight from Athens International Airport
50 mins flight from Thessaloniki International Airport
2 ½ hrs by high speed ferry from Piraeus Port