The 135 m² lovely architects house is situated between the port of Gavrio and the beautiful village of Batsi just above a tranquil beach on a 4000 m²(1 acre) plot and is surrounded by a green oasis of olive trees, eucalypt trees, fig trees, flowers and shrubs.
There are 3 large verandas -2 of which are sheltered to enjoy at any weather- with breathtaking panoramic views of nearby islands that you will be hard pressed to leave to walk to the beautiful beach which is only 5 minutes away.
The house has 3 bedrooms with 2 double queen size beds equipped with new comfortable high end mattresses and 2 single beds where you can relax by listening to the sea. There are 2 full bathrooms. Bathrooms were rennovated in 2014. There is a modern open kitchen on the main floor and a comfortable tasteful living room.
There is a water tank so there is no risk of having issues with water supply which sometimes is a problem on greek islands.
There are many more beautiful beaches all within 5- 30 minute drive as well as the picturesque village of Batsi which is easily reached by car in 5 minutes.
There is wi-fi available.
Our cleaner comes once a week or more frequently if desired.
Andros -the greenest of the cycladic islands- can be easily reached by ferry from Rafina port ( 30 minute from Athens International airport) within 2 hours.
The house is just 4 km (5 minutes drive) from the port of Gavrio in close proximity of numerous beaches as well as the picturesque traditional village of Batsi with it's nice cafes, bars and reataurants.
The island offers walkers and hikers a multitude of paths through quintessential eastern mediterranean landscapes with wild flowers, watermills, old farm houses, byzantine churches and monasteries.
The island offers many tavernas and restaurants serving local specialties, bars and outdoor cinemas.
Chora, the island's capital, offers great architecture, a fine contemporary art museum, a nautical museum and an archeological museum.
There are plenty of splendid beaches both organized and pristine which are among Greece's finest.