This 16th century Venetian estate has a significant history. Originally built by the Chalikiopoulos- Mantzaros family, it became the summer estate of one of Corfu's most famous artists - Angelos Giallinas.
One of the last remaining properties of such historical and architectural importance, it would be ideal for a luxury home or a boutique hotel.
The property is divided into two main parts, the original mansion and another building which once housed an olive press and probably the stables and storerooms of the estate. Work has already begun on this building to convert it into four self contained units, still retaining all the character of the original building.
An imposing arched gateway leads into the grounds of the property. The mansion is on two levels with various entrances on the ground floor and the first floor. Although some remedial structural work has been carried out there is still a lot to be done, and the layout of the rooms could be changed depending on requirements.
The grounds are enormous, stretching out across the valley to the hillside beyond, and ensuring the privacy and unspoilt view from the villa.
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