COURTYARD HOUSE, Makrades, CorfuRef: 19021
The property is tucked away down an alley just off the main village square of Makrades.
Entrance is through a large double gate which leads into a courtyard, with the old kitchen to one side and the main house on the other side. The ground floor of the main house is one large room, previously used to store wine and olive oil. There are another two small rooms on this level with separate access from the courtyard.
An external staircase leads to a covered verandah overlooking the courtyrard below. Upstairs there are three spacious rooms, retaining some lovely period features. There is another small storage room off the verandah.
A beautiful old property which could be turned into either the original family house again -or could be given a new life as bed-and-breakfast establishment.
Makrades as a village dates back to the 13th century and once housed the workmen that built the fortress of the nearby Angelokastro. Beaches of Agios Georgos Pagon as well as Paleokastritsa are nearby as is the village of Lakones with its stunning views. Needless to say that tourists very much appreciate these surroundings which would make Makrades a good spot for a B&B.
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