For Sale €28,000 + Expenses - House
The mountain’s history begins from the Middle Minoan Ages when at its peak, it was a great sanctum. During excavations, numerous figurines and votive offerings of clay were found. According to tradition, the mountain took its name from the numerous fountains and water faucets (vrissi) of the villages around it. The fountains made the land of the villages around Vrissinas particularly fertile. The post-Minoan cemetery of Armeni is also very close to the village.
The remains of the house date back to 1650 and the property, as whole, offers great potential. It is located on a scenic street, in the middle of the village, and yet, a very quiet and peaceful location. The house can be beautifully restored/renovated, highlighting its unique features, one of which is its traditional open fireplace. There is also space to have a pool built on the property.
A valuable gem, hidden inside a lump of coal!
- Distance from the airport: 76km
- Distance from the town: 13km
- Distance from the sea: 14km