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A land plot of 5.714sqm with 4 independent buildings placed in it, of a total surface of 580sq, it is tangent to a provincial road, 15m from the sea.

Building A – This is the main building of 3 levels:

Ground floor 142,68sqm (6 small studios) and 28,17sqm(storage room) – A’ & B’ floors maisonette of 150 sqm (a’ level a spacious living room and dining room, kitchen, WC and 2nd level 3 bedrooms, one bathroom)

Building B – 2 levels
Ground floor 55sqm – 2 studios
A’ floor 55sqm and 18.10sqm loft area – 2 studios

Building C – 2 levels
Ground floor 55sqm-2 studios
A’ floor 55sqm and 18.10sqm loft area – 2 studios

Building D – 49,89 sqm storage room

All buildings have spacious balconies with a view of the Northern Evoikos Gulf.

At the north side of the plot, there is a big area that is used as an open theater.

The olive trees are the main vegetation of the estate.

Location is one of the advantages of the property. It is located only 15m from the sea, 1500m from the town of Limni, 28.5km from the SPA town of Edipsos, 20km from the monastery of Saint David, 35km from the well-known church of St. John of Russia, whose relic is hosted in the temple and which are flocking to worship Orthodox Christians from many parts of the earth, 15km from the monumental monastery of Agios Nikolaos.

Access from Eleftherios Venizelos airport is possible from the National Road of Athens – Thessaloniki by taking the ferryboat to Edipsos, or via Chalkida (172km). In both cases, the time is around 2 hours and 30 minutes.

The property has the prerequisites to house a profitable business or to satisfy the need of a family for private moments or for accommodating friends and colleagues.

The price is negotiable.

The Island of Evia

Evia is located in the east of the central mainland in Greece. The island is connected with the rest of the country, by the sea via Glyfa or Akitsa, and via the high bridge of Chalkida and the old bridge of Evripos. Thus, although Euboea is an island, access to it is not solely dependent on weather conditions at the airport or the marine environment.

Northern Euboea is still unexplored and effortless by the massive influx of tourists. Those who discover her become fanatical followers mainly for the wonderful nature, the peaceful environment, the alternation of landscapes over short distances – from the sea of the Euboean Gulf and Aegean seas to the mountainous landscapes with picturesque villages inhabited by friendly people. The area has plenty of local produce such as wine, olives, olive oil, cheese, yogurt, vegetables, dry figs, and fresh fish. In the summertime, most of the villages in the area, organize festivals and one-day fiestas, called “Panigyri” with live music.

On the way to the north part of Evia, through Chalkida, you will find yourself among the plane trees and pine trees, and after an hour drives you will be very close either to Evoikos Gulf or to the Aegean Sea.


The town of Limni is the capital of the three adjoining municipalities of Elymnion, Nileas and Kireas. Limni is a historical and traditional settlement, surrounded by pine-covered hills, built amphitheatrically, always watching the tranquil waters of northern Euboean Gulf, while on the skyline, besides the nearby mountain Kandili dominates the enchanting mountain of Parnassus covered with snow for several months of time, located on the mainland, near the ancient Delphi area.

Being the capital of the three municipalities Limni has several services including a police station, port authority, forestry service, a post office, a bank, a notary office and land register office, lawyers and the Town Hall. There are doctors and pharmacies, beauty services, supermarkets, grocery stores, bakeries and confectionery shops, stationery and gift shops; Visitors and the habitats of Limni can buy fresh fish from the fish shop or directly from the fishermen early in the morning, can enjoy fresh fish and seafood, as well as traditional Greek food, at the ouzeris and tavernas along the seafront, accompanied by fine local wine or local tsipouro.