***SOLD by Savvaidis & Associates****This is a magnificent, secluded Art Nouveau mansion on the outskirts of Pefki, and the former residence of David Gilmour (of Pink Floyd fame) in Rhodes.
The beach gate is just at 40 meters from the sea. An impressive private drive leads to a grande entrance of the secluded property which has two large private yards and breathtaking views of the marvelous Pefkos Bay and the Mountains with lush gardens of pine trees, magnolias and palm trees, an oversize pool and a bar. The villa features two floors. The ground floor (102 sq m) is divided into two sections; the east section has two bedrooms and the west one an enormous bathroom. The first floor features the kitchen, sitting room and one bedroom with en-suite bathroom. The intricate woodwork throughout and the mosaic flooring are of excellent quality.
On the mansion’s grounds is also a single-story building of 37 sq m for use as a guest house.
An extra guest house has been built recently on two floors and a total area of 90 m2. At the ground floor of this second guest house there is a kitchen and a dining area and on the first floor a master bedroom.
A fourth building (called the Boat House) of 35 m2 is located further down close to the beach gate and can be used as another independent studio. The functionality of these buildings is interchangeable.
Within the esate more than 500 m2 of large patios, 200 m2 of basements and a 170 m2 of a tiled swimming pool add more benefits. Viewing is essential to appreciate the beauty and character of this property! The property is built on a 9.640 sq m plot and has an extra building capacity of 200 sq m. Note : This property is sold exclusively through Savvaidis & Associates Network
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longest established real estate agency in Rhodes,
awarded on many occasions for its excellent
conduct. The company has an extensive portfolio
of property for sale in Rhodes. This year we celebrate 30 years
of real estate presence on the island.
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