For sale a plot with a well-tended olive grove within walking distance to the charming village of Agios Nikolaos in Mani, Messinia, Peloponnese. 108 producing olive trees and about 1,5 km to Pantazi beach with emerald colored, crystal clear water. Attractive location regardless of whether you want to build a holiday home or invest in your own business.
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Property ID: EKJ1889, Agios Nikolaos, Mani
The plot is 3810 square meters, is close to the main road and is surrounded by green olive groves. Here you can apply for a building permit for houses up to 200 square meters in area and with a maximum height of 7,5 meters. Guaranteed sea view from the second floor! If you want to build apartments or studios, you can apply for 400 square meters of living space.
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Other facts you should know about
- Price €280000. Adjacent bids accepted.
- Plot 3810 sq m: you can apply for a building permit up to 200 square meters, maximum height 7,5 meters
- Nearest Beach: approx. 1,6 km to Pantazi Beach and approx. 3,7 km to Stoupa beach
- Nearest tavern: approx. 750 meters in Agios Nikolaos
- Nearest supermarket and bus stop: approx. 800 meters in Agios Nikolaos
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Agios Nikolaos, Messinia Mani, Peloponnese, Greece
On the southern coast of the Peloponnese in Greece and about 60 minutes drive from the nearest airport in Kalamata (or 3,5 hours drive from Athens International Airport) is the beautiful and unspoilt fishing village of Agios Nikolaos. The village used to be called Selinitsa, which means "little moon" or little Eleni: "Selinitsa, the moon shakes when it hears your name, while Paris caresses Eleni". According to history, when Paris and Helena (Eleni in Greek) decided to escape from Sparta, it was precisely the port of Agios Nikolaos they fled to and from here they sailed on to Troy.
Agios Nikolaos has a lot of taverns and cafes that are open all year round and all are located around the harbor. In the village you will also find: health center, pharmacy, ATM, two supermarkets, patisserie, butcher, bike rental and gas station. Everything you need for the moment.