CHRYSOULA'S HOUSE, MakradesRef: 11300
Chrysoula's House is a two-storey village house in need of renovation. Although it is tenanted, the bathroom and kitchen are very basic and would need replacing.
Part of a cluster of houses in a small courtyard which is entered under a lovely stone arch, Chrysoula's has stone steps leading up to the main house which consists of two bedrooms and a kitchen. The kitchen has been installed in what was once a covered balcony but has been enclosed with windows to create an extra room which is at present used as a living room as well.
On the ground floor is the very basic bathroom and a large, rather dark storeroom which could easily be converted into living space with the addition of some glass bricks to the rear wall. Doubling the living accommodation it is a waste not to take advantage of this space.
A small private yard completes the accommodation, and some general tidying up of the surroundings would turn this into a pretty, and very traditional, village house.
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