For Sale 1,350,000€ - Villas for Sale Greece
Halkidiki Next to the beach
Total land – 500m2
HOME COMFORTS: Alarm (burglar and fire alarms), Radiator (you can isolate the units), Air- condition, Energy Fireplace, Whirlpools, Elevator, Italian kitchen, Italian doors, Security doors, Television, Satellite antenna and telephone, Central vacuum unit, Energy windows, Thermal and sound insulation (energy class A)
SPACE ENVIRONMENT: Outdoor lighting, Green areas, Perimeter fencing, Automatic watering, Pergolas, Swimming pool, Barbeque, Boiler, Store, Security 24/7, parking place for two cars, water supply.
- Satellite TV, in all rooms, House alarm
- Elevator Kleeman with inox doors and cabin
- Irroco wood and inox banister staiways
- Luxurious kitchen with Corien bench
- Irroco wood floors
- Glass slides doors closets, placed in every room
- Solid oak-wood frames
- Aluminum heat-proof frames
- Large balconies and verandas with inox banisters
- 800 to 1000 sqm of exclusive garden (mixed) per residence
- 2 parking spots per residence, roofed a wooden pergola
About Kriopigi Halkidiki Next to the beach
Kriopigi has everything you need from a holiday, all in one place. A mix of coast and countryside, contemporary and character, sun-soaking and sightseeing
There’s a super beach of sun-bleached sand. The widest bit is at the southern end, but there are smaller, quieter coves too. Down at the seafront is the newer part of Kriopigi. Holidays tend to focus on this lively part of town, where there’s a good variety of tavernas and bars – some staying open well into the night. But don’t get the idea that this is a place to party. Evenings are essentially low-key leisure … sundowners overlooking the sea, table talk in a typical taverna …the kind of evening that’s relaxed and refreshingly cheap. Kriopigi also has another side – the old town. Set on the hillside, with views across the gulf to Sithonia, it’s a cluster of red-roofed Macedonian houses, lining a labyrinth of streets. Then you come to the countryside – a series of pine woodlands and groves of gnarled old olive trees. It’s here you’ll find the natural ‘cool spring’ (krio pigi) which gave the town its name, along with an ancient amphitheatre that’s worth the effort.
Like its neighbours, Kriopigi has a beach of sand, tranquil seas and stunning views to the Sithonia Peninsula. Here you can also enjoy a wide range of water sports.
You will find a selection of Greek restaurants located along the main road. Fresh fish is always a good choice alongside a fresh Greek salad complete with crumbly feta cheese and succulent olives.
The nightlife in Kriopigi tends to be fairly low-key but entertainment can certainly be found in the restaurants and bars, including live music in a few places.