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A property consisting of 2 separate ground floor residences.

The first is a stone-studio of 37sqm with bathroom, garden and landscaped terrace with nice views for beautiful summer mornings and evenings with family or guests. The studio is a small “diamond”.

Next to it there is is a family residence of 103sqm consisting of a kitchen, dining room, living room with fireplace, bathroom and loft.

The houses are functional, fully equipped with furnishings and electrical equipment, they are newly renovated, instantly habitable with no need of the slightest work.

The following features apply to both houses.

The materials which have been used are of very good quality: Large beds, large wardrobes in each bedroom, linens, washing machine, energy-fireplace (in the 103sqm residence), autonomous heating-oil, thermostat, air-conditioner, LCD TV, satellite TV, satellite TV, soundproofing, aluminum frames and shutters (electric), double glazing, LED lighting in all lighting fixtures, private parking

The houses meet the requirements and have received the EOT (Greek Tourism Organization) mark, that is, they are licensed to operate tourist accommodation.

The new owner can easily switch to private use.


Spata Airport: 170 km, 2.30 minutes

Limni: 4 km, 5 minutes

Edipsos: 35 km, 35 minutes

Istiea: 38 km, 38 minutes

Agia Anna – Beach: 20 km, 20 minutes

The Area

Mourtias (Myrtias). Mourtias, is a beautiful, small village, located in Northern Evia, built on sloping ground, surrounded by a pine forest that ends in a plain. It has a healthy climate, cool summers, and tranquility. The distance from the sea is 5 minutes. It is an ideal destination for all year round, for families, for those who love nature and privacy but not seclusion.

The Island of Evia. Evia is located in the east of the central mainland in Greece. Evia is connected with the rest of the country, by the sea via Glyfada 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 drive you will be very close either to Evoikos Gulf or to 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; you can buy fresh fish from the fish shop or directly from the fishermen early in the morning. Of course you 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.