An old corner, two-storey, semi-ruined house in the heart of the traditional village of Marpissa in Paros.
It consists of a ground floor building 80.31sq.m., 1st floor 12.42sq.m. with veranda, on a plot of 88.45sq.m.
There is also a cute little yard and the view from the second level towards the sea, the hill with the monastery of Agios Antonios and the surrounding area is very nice.
The building needs renovation. It has many beautiful elements of folk traditional architecture that can be integrated into the new project and create a very interesting and modern home. It also offers many possibilities for a new layout, depending on the needs of the end user.
The settlement attracts investors from all over the world who want to combine a holiday home with an extra income at the same time. The real estate market in Marpissa has a fanatical audience and creates a community of people (architects, artists etc) who love and respect tradition.
There is an organized market throughout the year and a rich cultural activity with an emphasis on architecture, folklore, art, etc.
The Perantinos sculpture museum, the typical windmills of Paros from where the path leading to the monastery of Agios Antonios begins , the picturesque squares and the charming churches are the highlights of the area.
Piso Livadi, Logaras and Chrisi Akti are only a 5-10 minute drive.