GL 0257 - Villa Rosa - Spetses Town - Spetses

    • Type: 
    • Traditional Villa
  • Size:  374.00m²
  • Land:  850m²
  • Location:  Spetses Island
  • Bedrooms:   6
  • Bathrooms:   4
  • Distance to sea/beach:  320 metres
  • Asking Price: €  1,300,000
GL 0257 - Villa Rosa - Spetses Town - Spetses

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Traditional Villa with large garden

Villa Rosa is a reconstructed 374 traditional villa with two floor levels, completed in 1976, within a 850m² plot with large front garden. Located in a quiet residential area yet within walking distance from the beach.  Constructed with quality materials, the interior has been ergonomically designed, all rooms and reception areas are comfortable and functional.  It features six bedrooms with two having en-suite bathrooms, four bathrooms and two W.C.'s with storage rooms.

The Villa has an autonomous heating system by electric panels and an open fireplace.  The Ground floor level has two independent apartments with bathroom and cellar. 

NB: The above information has been compiled in co-ordination with our partner company and vendors.  The distances, numbers and measurements are approximate and a guide only.  Neither Ermioni Info or our partner company can be held responsible for any variations on the description. 

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About Spetses Island

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Spetses is a beautiful island, with a very picturesque old harbour port South-East of the town centre, which is lined with old Venetian mansions. The town centre itself, which surrounds Dapia harbour, offers a variety of shops, from traditional antiques to contemporary boutiques, in addition to many hotels, cafes and tavernas.  The island is still trying to hold out against the invasion of the motor car, encouraging the use of traditional horse drawn carriages and bicycles, but instead, has created the nuisance of numerous noisy motor bikes.  The best way to get around and see the town is to walk, or hire one of the traditional one-horse carriages found by the waterfront.  To get around the island, you can rent a motorbike or bicycle, also buses will take you to most of the island's many beaches.  The sandy Aghioi Anargyroi beach, on the opposite side of this beautiful island, is very popular with locals and visitors alike. 

Spetses was the first Argo-Saronic island to participate in the 1821 War of Independence, Hydra soon joining forces with them, having around 55 merchant vessels which were converted into well armed warships.  The firing of the Turkish flagship in the naval battle on 8th September 1822 prevented the Ottoman fleet from bringing supplies to Nafplio, which then surrendered to the Greek besiegers at the end of November.  The retreat of the enemy fleet, superior in numbers, is attributed to the courage of Kosmas Barbatsis, the daring man who fired the Turkish flagship, an act which essenttially decided the outcome of the battle.  A bronze statue of Barbatsis stands within a gun-enplacement at the sculpure park opposite Aghios Nikolaos, to the South-East of Spetses town and close to the Pharos lighthouse.