Welcome to Chestertons Greece. Over the last two decades there has been considerable private investment in Greece to build properties in idyllic locations next to natural coves, secluded beaches or atop a hill gazing at the infinite of the Aegean and Ionian.
Greeks are privileged to live in one of the mildest and most pleasant climates in the world, free from extreme weather and with uninterrupted sunshine throughout most of the year. This combined with magnificent homes enjoying exhilarating vistas and the turquoise of the temperate crystal seas, make up for the perfect setting for your dream home.
By the fifth century BC Classical Greeks had organised themselves into independent citizen states, each with its own laws, dialect, currency and government.The Guardian
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Greece is known for its history, being the birthplace of the Olympic games, democracy and ancient mythology. The country is made up of a series of idyllic islands that are surrounded by jet blue seas and covered in dainty white buildings. You will also find ancient ruins, museums and stunning coastal towns aplenty. Tourist hotspots are the Acropolis in Athens, Mount Olympus, UNESCO World Heritage site Delphi and the Archaeological Museum of Thessaloniki. Meals are best taken in a local taverna allowing you to fully immerse yourself in the Greek cuisine and culture.
The historic Venetian town of Corfu has recently been named a UNESCO World Heritage site, something that has firmly put Corfu on the cultural map and has led to an upsurge in the number of visiting cruise liners. Other areas of the island, such as the dramatic West Coast, boast long sandy beaches crowned by pine forests, with azure water and stunning sunsets and are often favoured by families.
Total approximate size of Villa 300 square meters on 6500 sq m of land.
Villa Gaia was completed in 2017 and is the largest luxury private villa on Kastos island, the undiscovered gem in the Middle Ionian Sea. The villa comprises a single, split-level layout in a large private plot with panoramic views.
On a 4000-square meter plot of land and overlooking the Alikes beach in Patmos in a convenient and private location a few meters from the nearest sandy beach there are two independent stone built villas.
Inspired by the traditional tower-houses built by sea captains of Andros, this uniquely designed mansion of the fourties, fully renovated, offers breath-taking views of the Aegean Sea and the surrounding verdant hillsides.