Greece's most expensive home sold for $23 million
February 08, 2019 - Peloponnese
A house belonging to the Pitsos family is, according to Sotheby’s, the most expensive home in Greece and was recently sold for $23 million.
The house that overlooks the Saronic Gulf is located in Kounoupi in the Porto Heli area of the Argolis prefecture in the Peloponnese.
The Kounoupi estate, which first came on the market last year, is cut off from the main drag and neighboring homes by a pinewood forest and offers secluded access to three private beaches, where one could park a yacht.
Seven outdoor living spaces dot the property, including a fire pit perched at a cliff overlooking the sea and a shoreside gazebo, according to the listing with Natalie Leontaraki of Sotheby’s International Realty.
"You're actually buying the peninsula. It’s really a unique property," Ms. Leontaraki said. "Once you arrive with you helicopter, you have your privacy."
The stone-laid main house spans 568 square meters and boasts two outdoor kitchens, with ample covered terrace space for dining and entertaining.
The interior spaces are designed with rustic details, like stone accent walls, fireplaces and exposed ceiling joists.
The “majestic” house is equipped with all latest technology amenities, offering its owners all the comforts.
However this listing is no longer available and the buyer's identity was not revealed.
Via greekreporter / Photos : Sotheby's
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