Ref: 11243


30,000 €

A 2 floor cottage in need of full renovation in the centre of a popular village. The house is in poor condition having been uninhabited for many years, but has the potential for a pretty 1 - 2 bedroom house with small garden.

1 Bedroom 1 Reception 40 m2 80 m2


The house is accessed by a cobbled path, approximately 100m away from the road which winds through the village. It has a small garden, and a pretty view over to one of the village churches.

At present uninhabitable, it has the potential after full renovation to be a very attractive small house. Services have been connected in the past, and can be reconnected during the course of renovation.

Gastouri is a well known village, home to the Achilleon Palace. It has a small selection of local shops and is conveniently located for Corfu Town, and the wider selection of shops, restaurants, marina and beach in the nearby seaside harbour of Benitses.

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