Mangafas Ruin is in the village and belongs to two prominent architects who have already begun it’s restoration. It is stable with new roofs in place. It dates back to 1706 as can be seen above the main entrance doorway and has all the charm one would expect. Set back from the main through way in a quiet street of the village it is just a 3 minute walk from the cafes, tavernas and shops.
Permits to restore the property from the Archeological Department and the Town Planning department are in place and the owners would be happy to assist a new owner to restore Mangafas to its former glory.
It has a garden and 3 terraces with views over the Village and Pedi bay with the blue Aegean sea stretching to Turkey.
The land is 192,60 Sq m and each floor of the building is 86,67 Sq m, so there is plenty of space to accommodate a modern family’s living requirements.
Reduced to 150,000 euros.