Property For Sale Xylokastro,Greece

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Land For Sale Gulf Of Corinth Between Athens And Patras

$138,972 | £99,967 | €115,000
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Land For Sale Gulf Of Corinth Between Athens And PatrasEuroresales Property iD - 9825118Property information:Development opportunity, Xylokastro, Korinthou Patron Greece.Plot of land for sale, comprising of 410 square metres. This plot of land can be used to build up to, four-storey block of flats, with a total area of 492sqm.The plot is located opposite to one of the city's squares and has mountainous views. The plot is next to an asphalt road and has immediate access to water, power and phone lines with broadband is also next to a supermarket, 500 meters distance from the sea and less than 1 km from the Suburban station.Unlimited viewing, suitable for business development use.The city is situated on the coast of the Gulf of Corinth, about 90 kilometres from Patras, and 120 kilometres from Athens.This development opportunity is close to a School, Shopping area, Public square, Touristic area, Mountain, Beach, Forest.A superb opportunity for those interested in owning property in this superb area within Xylokastro, Korinthou Patron, Greece.Other information:Bedrooms - N/ABathrooms - N/AFurnished - N/APlot - 410 sq metresFloor - 492 sq metres possibleParking - N/AViews - MountainsAbout the Area:Xylokastro, is a seaside town or village and a former municipality in Corinthia in the Peloponnese, Greece.Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Xylokastro-Evrostina, of which it is a unit or component. The municipal unit has an area of 310.252 km2. in 2011 its population was 5,715 for the town and 13,277 for the municipal unit.Geographic features include a long 2 km beach and semi-arid forest on varied terrain, scattered with early churches and evidence of early settlements and religious sites. it has narrowly separated upper and lower coastal roads and forms a medium-sized touristic village on the Gulf of Corinth.The town took its name from a wooden castle, probably built in the 13th century. it was also known as Solo Castro. The village Stylia was known as Viladusa by the Venetians in the 18th century.Contact Euro Resales Ltd for more information.if you need to buy or sell property in Greece fast contact us today.
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