Luxury Home in Corfu Greece

Luxury Home in Corfu Greece
Sinarades, Corfu Greece
For Sale 1,300,000€ - Luxury Villas Greece, Villas for Sale Greece
GREX74454 200 m2 3 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 3000 sqm

Luxury Home in Corfu Greece, Sinarades

Luxury Home in Corfu Greece , Corfu Hoems for Sale, Properties in Corfu Island, Corfu Greece Real Estate

The villa is located above Agios Gordios beach with the soothing water, just 2.5km away, and Corfu Town/ airport/ port about 12 klm.

This luxurious private house, is 200 sq.m. in a land of 3000 sq.m., full of olive trees, in a quiet location but everything to hand within 5 mins in the car.

It has a family feel with tasteful decoration and good sized rooms not usual for modern rented villas.

It consists of 3 bedrooms, (2 doubles, 1 twin) 2 en suite bathrooms & 1 family bathroom, spacious living-dinning area, separated kitchen, shaded terraces, floral garden with lawn, plenty area with lush wild vegetation, private parking and a new modern private pool.

Designed to integrate naturally with the mountain’s massive boulders and the lush surrounding, fully furnished & equipped and tastefully decorated, will be enjoyable, inspiring and above all, relaxing for unforgettable experience.

A unique home with superb and uninterrupted sea views to East and to West for dreamy mornings and romantic evenings and to the 3 nearest bays (Agios Gordios, Kontoyalos and Glyfada).

So, if your dream is to wake up to spectacular views from a hillside home every morning,  this is your dream holiday home.


Private pool, Deck chairs ,Umbrellas, Shower, Dining area, Garden,  Lounge area, BBQ,  Private parking, Terraces,


The area:

As you climb the hills crossing from east to west, the olive groves are all around you.

Descending into Agios Gordios is a joy whether by day or night. At night the lights of the village are spread out below you. By day the panoramic view is breathtaking, looking across the bay to the landmark of ‘Orthlithi’ the rock guarding the cliffs.

Agios Gordios is a relatively small resort with a long sandy beach, and is a real find. There is plenty to do with an assortment of Tavernas and Restaurants scattered along the narrow high street, and along the beach.

There are several good tavernas in Agios Gordios. You will find them along the beach front as well as in the town of Agios Gordios itself.

Sinarades is an ancient Greek village that has been forgotten by tourism. It clings to the mountainside, with an almost Alpine appearance. There is a folklor museum in the village that worth to visit. There are also some cοfee shops and a restaurant with local kitchen.

Pelekas can be found on the West coast of Corfu – just opposite Corfu (Kerkyra) town. Pelekas is a small village situated on the top of a hill. The beach is below the village – about a 10 min walk or a short car journey.

In the evenings you can enjoy the very famous sunset of Pelekas from the Villa.

There are a lot to do in the neighborhood. Swimming, snookering, all the sea sports, Walking day in the green forest around the house.

Pelekas village, about 3 km away or an experience in Corfu Golf Club.

Aqualand water park only 10 min driving from the villa.

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Reasons to buy a house in Corfu

For most people, the idea of a visit to the Greek islands conjures images of warm sun; vast vistas of blue sea; fresh, local cuisine; and a simpler, slower paced life. Many of the 227 inhabited Greek islands—each with its own character and attractions–are dream destinations for travelers all over the world. However, for those who are choosing a Greek island property as an investment or residence, there are far more things to consider than just hotels, nightlife and the best beaches.
How accessible is the location? Is there life beyond the typical tourist season? How will I fit into the community?
Many international residents believe that Corfu’s location, environment, year-round activities and unique culture and community make it the perfect choice for international buyers who are a primary residence or second home.

A Jewel for All Seasons

Corfu is safely nestled in the Ionian Sea close to mainland Greece, Albania, and the boot of Italy and easily accessible from Athens and international airports. Because Corfu and its sister islands are in a relatively protected location, they offer calmer seas and warmer temperatures in the late fall and winter. Unlike the many of the starkly beautiful Aegean islands, Corfu is a green, jewel of an island with lush olive groves, elegant cypress trees, thousands of wildflowers, mountain ranges and striking views of the sea—enhanced by the backdrop of the Albanian and Greek mainland coasts.

Not Just for Tourists

Corfu is a place where one can live and relish year-round activities that go beyond typical tourism. Most tourists who visit Corfu inhabit only one small part of the island for a short time. While venues that cater solely to the short-term visitor exist, residents who want to avoid such spots can easily do so, finding other delights. Clear water, hiking trails, herb-scented fields, palatial manor houses and tiny chapels coexist alongside the arts, theater, shops, sports venues and epicurean pleasures for every taste and budget.
According to one international resident, “Corfu does not shut down in winter like many of the other Greek islands, which means international residents can experience a full life on Corfu year round.”

Corfu’s beauty, proximity and unique culture have beckoned people from all over the world for many years, resulting in a thriving international community all year round. Greece itself offers a number of benefits for those who are considering purchasing residential property. Its safety, hospitality and high standards of private health care and education are just a few of the attractions for international investors who want to live here.

Buying for Investment

In recent years, Greek property has been an excellent investment – particularly on popular islands such as Corfu.

Nevertheless, you should consider your property investment over the medium to long term – like a minimum of 5, preferably 10 to 15 years.

Also take into account the income tax if you let your property. And recoup the high purchase costs of up to 15 per cent when you sell.

Generally speaking, the four main categories of investment property:

A holiday home, which can provide a return in many ways. It can provide your family and friends with rent-free accommodation while (hopefully) maintaining its value, and you may be able to let it to generate supplementary income. It may also produce a capital gain if property values rise faster than inflation (as in recent years).

A home for your children or relatives, which may realise a capital gain. This could also be let when not in use to provide an income.

A property purchased purely for investment, which could be a capital investment or provide a regular income, or both. Many people have invested in property to provide an income on their retirement.

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Agent Kostas Taralas

Kostas Taralas Owner of Greek Exclusive Properties

Kostas Taralas  is the owner and founder of  Greek Exclusive Properties,  Luxury Homes & Villas in Greece  Specialist.
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